Fee band from £ 4000 - 7000
Eils is currently presenting on The Travel Channel and The Baby Channel. Until recently she was one of the main presenters of BBC1's popular wildlife programme The Really Wild Show, which took her all over the UK and all over the world. She also fronted a BAFTA nominated pre-schools music series called Okey Cokey Karaoke for Channel 4, which utilised her great singing voice, and a BBC Schools geography series Mountains & Coasts for which she explored Bangladesh and The Pyrenees.
She regularly presents travel pieces for The Travel Channel's Travelbug series and was delighted to be asked to host the channel's own coverage of The 2002 British Travel Awards.
Eils faced a challenge when she presented Treks In A Wild World for The Travel Channel showing how to survive in the Amazonian Rainforest in Brazil, including piranha fishing and how to find tasty maggots for food! Developing her skills as a writer, presenter and director she moved on to work on two series for the broadband internet venture Viewing For Leisure reviewing accommodation and looking at the history of towns and villages.
Throughout 2000 she could be seen in The Millennium Dome presenting a short film for the BBC on the abolition of slavery. Eils has long been involved with a variety of charities presenting documentaries on issues relating to poverty in Africa and the Caribbean and produced and presented a programme on the clearance of landmines in Afghanistan. This led to her meeting Prime Minister Tony Blair at Downing Street in May 2002 to hand over a report about projects for women in Malawi and Mozambique.
Eils started out by co-presenting On the Road for HTV back in 1999. This included features on The Prince's Youth Business Trust and The National Lottery Board and she quickly proved her natural flair for presenting and personable touch as an interviewer.
Corporate work includes presenting for Marks & Spencer, HM Customs and Excise and Safe Marine.