June started her career working for the record company BMG.
June has written for The Guardian.
Before going to bed, her favorite remedy is to drink lemon, brandy and honey.
She started off presenting on the music channel MTV, in 1996.
Jimmy Carr and Vernon Kay are good friends of hers.
In 2005, she interviewed Tony Blair in a special programme called Tony and June.
June is often noted for her husky voice and accessible sense of humour, as well as her good looks, making her quite popular both with the public and interviewees.
In April 2005, June Sarpong went to Ghana as part of the Make Poverty History campaign.
June used to go out with Labour MP, David Lammy.
June Sarpong started her career at KISS FM.
She has an 'A' Level in perfoming Arts.
When she was 14, June was in hospital for over a year after a car accident.
Her parents, both Ghanaian, separated when June was seven.
She is the sister of Sam Sarpong of 'Future Stars'.
She loves shopping.
June: (On splitting up with David Lammy) We were together for 18 months to two years. It was perfect for that time, but obviously not perfect for a lifetime. We both came to the same decision at the same time and that's why we've been able to remain friends.
June: (On going to Ghana for the 'Make Poverty History' campaign) I don't think I'll ever be the same again. Every evening I have been in tears. It makes me appreciate my life in London so much. People who think they have got it hard should come and see this.
June: (On working with the Princes Trust) You get a real buzz from the fantastic young people you meet. Some have overcome such difficulties and their determination to achieve is real inspiration.