JACQUES Peretti has been fronting groundbreaking and eye-opening documentaries for a decade.
Here's what you need to know about the investigative reporter and filmmaker.
Handout Jacques Peretti is an investigative reporter and TV presenter
Who is Jacques Peretti?
Jacques Peretti was born in Watford, North London, in 1967.
He is an investigative reporter, writer, BBC presenter and documentary producer.
Jacques, who is a graduate from London School of Economics (LSE), also writes for The Guardian, Huffington Post and Wired.
Where would I recognise Jacques Peretti from?
Jacques is best known for documentaries like Who's Spending Britain's Billions?, The Men Who Made Us Fat (2012), The Men Who Made Us Thin (2013), and The Men Who Made Us Spend (2014).
Handout He's a graduate from LSE, dad and journalist
He's also presented several TV documentaries including Michael Jackson: What Really Happened (2007), 50 Years Of Bad Sex (2011), and Hitler: The Comedy Years (2007).
Jacques is also a writer – whose debut book, Done: The Billion Dollar Deals And How They're Changing Our World, was released in 2017.
Is Jacques Peretti married?
Jacques is notoriously private, and keeps the details of his family under wraps.
But we do know that he's married with kids.
BAKING IT IN
'get the f*** out of my face'
GREAT BRITISH TIP-OFF
NOT SO HIDDEN GEM
Who will it be?
Jenner v Jenner