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Kat Shoob

Katherine 'Kat' Shoob (born 1983) is a British radio presenter, currently co-presenting the The Vodafone Big Top 40.

She grew up in Horseman's Green near Wrexham, Wales and went to Bronington Primary School.

Shoob modelled for Maxim (magazine) in September 2006. Shoob presented The Mint, a phone-in quiz that was shown on ITV and ITV2. She also co-hosted Playdate alongside Kate Lawler and Brendan Courtney.

Shoob formerly worked alongside Bam Bam and Streetboy on the Capital Evening Show during 2007, as well as working on "The Bam Bam Daily" Internet show in 2006 and 2007, with features including "Kat Shoobs World News'.

Shoob formerly co-hosted the 95.8 Capital weeknight slot alongside Rich Clarke until December 2010.

As of 14 June 2009, Shoob and Clarke host The Vodafone Big Top 40 which counts down the 40 highest selling downloads of the week according to iTunes downloads. She also covers in the absence of Lisa Snowdon on Capital Breakfast.

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  • About Us | Meet Rich and Kat on Big Top 40
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