Hannah Peckham (born 14 November 1980) is a British presenter, most notably for working in the United Kingdom on Quiznation and Pop The Q on TMF (owned by the same company that produces Quiznation, Optimistic Entertainment). Before working on Quiznation, she was a host on Avago programming in 2004. She also hosted PlayMania in the U.S. in June of 2006. Pop The Q came to an end 2 June 2007. In August 2008, she started the weekend breakfast show on Invicta FM in Kent 8-12. Hannah presented a Saturday Breakfast show on Brighton's Juice 107.2 and broadcast her last show on 29 January 2011 where she introduced new presenter Hanna Neter who would continue to present the show. Hannah left to continue with her therapist training but would return every now and then to cover the breakfast show but also indicated she may return permanently once completing her training. Hannah also presents a fitness Breakfast Show weekdays on Life TV with former Channel M presenter Nikki Dean who is the half-sister of Zoe Ball. Hannah took time out from presenting to train as a Person Centered and Existential therapist. In 2012, Hannah joined The Jewelry Channel team.