Meet the team

Craig is an actor, comedian, author, poet, DJ and, of course, Gadget Show presenter since 2017. He is known for his legendary character Dave Lister in sci-fi sitcom Red Dwarf, Lloyd Mullaney in Coronation Street and as a funk and soul DJ on BBC Radio 6 Music. And before his time on the Gadget Show, he was no stranger to the world of high tech machines thanks to fronting Robot Wars from 1998 to 2004.

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Georgie Barratt

Georgie is one of the UK’s leading technology journalists and broadcaster and had been presenting on The Gadget Show since 2017.

She graduated from Kings College London with a First in English Literature, has a Diploma in Radio Production and has recently learned how to code with the ‘Code First: Girls’ program. Georgie has also completed the London Marathon and Tough Mudder for charity.

She writes about tech for a range of publications including Marie Claire, The Mirror, Metro & Tech City News and has been seen on the likes of ITV, Channel 4 and the BBC.

Georgie is passionate about getting more girls into coding and works alongside two charities (STEMettes, Baytree Centre) to help encourage 11-14 year-olds to study STEM subjects at GCSE & beyond.

Ortis has now been a member of The Gadget Show team for over ten years.

With his love of science and technology starting at a young age and a passion for all things sci-fi and comic book related, he’s a bonafide super geek.

Alongside his tech credentials, he has an honours degree in Pharmacy and is also a qualified personal trainer to boot.
Other credits include The Bill, Silent Witness and Doctors on BBC One, and several CBBC dramas, and even starred opposite Clive Owen & Jennifer Aniston in Derailed and Noel Clarke & Rafe Spall in cult flick Kidulthood.

Ortis Deley
Jon Bentley

Jon Bentley is the longest running Gadget Show presenter, having been on the team since the beginning in 2004, and is now widely respected as one of the most informed and honest technology journalists in Britain.

Jon started his life in television on BBC2’s Top Gear, becoming Executive Producer of the show between 1987 and 1999; one of the Top Gear test track corners is named after him. Jon was responsible for launching the TV careers of Jeremy Clarkson, Quentin Willson and Vicki Butler-Henderson.

Jon’s unrivalled enthusiasm for the world of technology has seen him test tech in a multiplicity of environments, including translators on the back of a camel in Tunisia, cameras at snowballing championships in Finland, 4K TVs at the world famous Aardman Studios, and walking boots with actor Brian Blessed in deepest Surrey.

Harry is an award-winning consumer affairs editor and has written for The Times and Sunday Times, Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, Guardian and Financial Times.

Alongside bringing the latest money saving advice on The Gadget Show he's fronted a number of documentary films and is a regular on TV and Radio telling us all everything from how to reduce our utility bills to the future of the high street.

One of the most respected critics in the world of video games, Jordan has been on the show since Series 25, bringing exclusive access to the latest gaming stories in the UK and abroad.

As well as TGS, Jordan talks about video games on Radio 4,

hosts Wild Wild Tech and other podcasts, and has co-authored a book called 'Ten Things Video Games Can Teach Us'. She also makes really tasty cakes.

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