Toby Harnden is the Irish Correspondent for the Daily Telegraph. After leaving Oxford University, where he studied Modern History, he spent six years in the Royal Navy.
Miranda Hart made her mark appearing in shows including Smack the Pony, Absolutely Fabulous and Not Going Out. But when her sitcom Miranda burst on to our screens in 2009, her popularity rocketed. Miranda has since been crowned the Queen of Comedy at the British Comedy Awards and won Best new TV comedy, as well as winning best actress in 2010 and 2011. She has also won three RTS comedy awards and has been nominated for four BAFTAs. Her book Is It Just Me? was the number one best-selling memoir of 2012 and to date it has sold over 580,000 copies. Her stand up show - My, What I Call, Live Show - was a sell-out in 2013. Follow Miranda on Twitter www.twitter.com/mermhart or vist her website www.mirandahart.com
Louise L. Hay is a metaphysical lecturer and teacher and the bestselling author of 20 books. Her works have been translated into 25 different languages in 33 countries throughout the world. Since beginning her career as a Science of Mind minister in 1981, Louise has assisted thousands of people in discovering and using the full potential of their own creative powers for personal growth and self-healing.
Jack Holland grew up in Belfast, in a mixed religion family. He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin and at the University of Essex. Jack Holland's work has appeared in the Spectator, The Sunday Times, the New York Times and the London Irish Post among others.