Charlie is an experienced broadcaster and journalist across both TV and Radio. She has worked globally for major TV networks, events, and brands.

She is a regular on BBC 5live radio and hosts a slot on Chiles on Friday, she is also reporting and producing a feature for BBC Radio 4. She has covered major events from Wimbledon, London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, America's Cup, World Cup's and World's Strongest Man.

With her advocacy and advisory roles she regularly appears on BBC's Question Time Extra Time, C4 news, and BBC Breakfast. She has also appeared regularly on ITV daytime shows Good Morning Britain and This Morning, where she fronted a special feature inside a women's refuge. Charlie spent time in Uganda filming on the border of the DRC making a short as part of a commonwealth campaign highlighting health care and the fight against Malaria.


Charlie originally started her broadcast career in sport and by the time she was 23 years old, she became the first female in Asia to present live football, hosting back to back Premier League games. She spent 6 years at Sky, not only presenting Sky Sports News but live events and made her way onto the all-male boxing broadcast team. She achieved a world first in 2015 where she became the first woman globally to host a live heavyweight world title fight.


Charlie is known for her interviewing skills always looking to go beyond the name to understand the person, she has interviewed the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone as Europe exclusives and people ranging from cross-party politicians ahead of the UK general election to superstars like David Beckham.


Charlie was selected to be a Team GB ambassador for the 2016 Olympics Games in Rio. She was part of a campaign as part of the 12 Great Briton's.