Juliette Ferrington

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Juliet Ferrington was the original sports presenter on The Chris Moyles Show when it launched in 2004.

She went to Staffordshire University and started her radio career at the age of 18 on BBC Radio Shropshire. A stint at Radio Stoke followed, before she joined Five Live in 1999. Jules became a sports reader on four of the five core BBC radio networks, and regularly read on Chris' Radio 1 afternoon show.

She became instantly famous with Chris for her exploits at sausage parties (click here) and a couple of years down the line, he invited her to join the new Breakfast team.

During her nine month stint on Breakfast, highlights included her trip to Alton Towers and (lack of) karaoke skills. Jules also broadcast live from Athens from a month, whilst covering the Olympics for Five Live.

She left the show in October 2004, after only ten months, to take up a new role as Five Live's North of England football reporter.

On her final show, Chris played her some of her best bits. The team also wrote and sang her a tribute to the tune of Dire Straits' hit Romeo and Juliet - click here.

Juliette has also worked for BBC London 94.9 and Football Focus. In September 2012, she made a brief return to the Chris Moyles Show as a guest.

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