Representing Agent: Craig Latto
Roles: Presenter, Expert
Shauna can currently be seen co-presenting BBC1's flagship show Countryfile.

Shauna was born and brought up in Northern Ireland. She began her career at the young age of 16 in television and radio as a researcher/reporter/presenter for the BBC in Belfast. Her network break was BBC1's saturday morning children's programme Going Live, which led to her being offered Ghost Train for ITV. She was a current affairs reporter for LWT's Six O'Clock Show in 1989/90 and then presenter of Jo-Maxi (magazine show) and Bon Voyage (travel series) both for RTE in Ireland 1990-95. She then moved to London in 1996 and - following the reporter's role on the BBC's science programme Cat's Eyes - she joined BBC1's Animal Hospital as reporter/co-presenter and went on to win many national television awards with the team.

In addition to the above credits, Shauna was one of the main presenters of the BBC's millenium-eve world-wide coverage. She has great live experience, presenting numerous shows including the Lord Mayor's Show, Children In Need and Crufts to name but a few. She has also hosted Saturday Live, RTE's prime time talk show.

She is a journalist and has written many features/travel articles for various magazines and newspapers and is a seasoned corporate presenter and MC including hosting the Purina stand at Crufts for 5 years running.

Television Presenting:
- Countryfile - Reporter
- Top Dog - Presenter and series producer of new
series - 2005-2008 (Animal Planet)
- Treasure - Presenter of BBC Daytime Antiques
- The One Show - BBC1 Various Strands
- Overseas Property TV (Sky) - Overseas Presenter
- Shauna's Amazing Animals - Host of factual
entertainment show, 2003-2007 (Animal Planet)
- Forces of Nature and Sharks of Palau - Discovery
Channel - Jan 07
- One Man And His Dog - Co-Presenter of new series,
2004-2006 (BBC2)
- Wild Trials - Wildlife Photography Show - Winner,
2005/6 (RTE)
- Celebrity Fear Factor - Celeb Team member of Sky
One's most popular show 2004
- Dream Cottage - Host of Home renovation /
makeover series, 2004 (UK Style)
- Discovery Animal Planet - Host of channel, 2002-
- Baghdad Zoo - Presenter of documentary at the
zoo during the war, 2003 (Animal Planet International/ITN
- Duke Of Edinburgh Interview - One hour
interview, 2003 (Animal Planet)
- World Animal Day - Host of annual event (Animal
Planet International)
- Fair Play - Anchor of consumer affairs show, 2001-
2003 (BBC Northern Ireland)
- Wild At Heart - Presenter of wildlife series, 2001/2
(Anglia and Discovery Channel)
- Adopt a Wild Animal - Presenter of documentary
on the plight of orangutans in Borneo, 2001 (Animal Planet
- Ten Weeks In Costa Rica - Presenter of prime time
documentary series, 2001 (BBC1 Northern Ireland)
- City Hospital - Host of three series of live daytime
show, 2000-01 (BBC1)
- The Mid-Week Lottery Live - Host (Amazing Luck
Stories), 2000 (BBC1)
- Saturday Night Lottery - Host of prime-time show,
2000 (BBC1)
- Battersea Dogs Home - Host of prime-time show
(three series), 1999-00 (BBC1)
- VIP presenter of two series of children's show, 1999/00
- Animal Hospital - Co-presenter/reporter on eight
series, 1996-1999 (BBC1)
- Style Challenge - Host of four series of daytime
show, 1998-1999 (BBC1)
- GMTV Reporter, 1999 (ITV1)
- Summer Holiday Reporter, 1999 (BBC1)
- Tracks – Reporter on countryside series, 1998
Shauna is a fully qualified scuba-diver and proficient horse-rider and has travelled all over the world. She is also a keen wildlife photographer.

Shauna Lowry Showreel