Trisha Goddard

2022 will see Trisha Goddard celebrate her 35th year in television. Trisha is unique in being the only Television presenter to have hosted nationally successful original shows on three continents – Australia, Europe and then America.

It all began in Australia where Trisha was their first black TV presenter in the 1980s where she helmed ‘7.30’ ABC’s nightly current affairs program, hosted Play School and produced and starred in the lifestyle programme Live It Up.

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2022 will see Trisha Goddard celebrate her 35th year in television. Trisha is unique in being the only Television presenter to have hosted nationally successful original shows on three continents – Australia, Europe and then America.

It all began in Australia where Trisha was their first black TV presenter in the 1980s where she helmed ‘7.30’ ABC’s nightly current affairs program, hosted Play School and produced and starred in the lifestyle programme Live It Up.

In 1998 Trisha left Australia and returned to her native England where she hosted the daily talk program, Trisha, from 1998 to 2005 on ITV then as the Trisha Goddard Show for Channel 5. ITV2 broadcast a spin-off show called Trisha: Extra and a double bill of the main Trisha show every afternoon.

In 2010 she was asked to work in the USA with NBC’s Maury Show as their Conflict Resolution Expert. Two years later as a result of her popularity, she was offered her own “Trisha Show” by NBC which ran for two seasons. This was followed by Trisha filming a new CNN / HLN original series ‘Vengeance Killer Co-workers’.