She hosted the Weekday Afternoon Show and the Weekend breakfast on BBC Radio 1 until 2012, and has presented a variety of music-related television shows and music festivals.
In total she appeared on the show ten times including the final weekly episode.
She returned to Top of the Pops for the 2006 Christmas Special.
On 29 April 2011, she was a reporter for BBC TV on their coverage of the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
In 2011, she narrated Channel 5's documentary series McFly on the Wall.
In April 2004 this show moved from a weekend morning slot to weekday afternoons, broadcasting between 13:00 and 16:00, after the departure of Mark and Lard from the station.
In August 2006, Bowman became the sole occupier of the BBC Radio 1 afternoon 13:00 to 16:00 slot, with Murray taking over a late-night specialist music programme.
In September 2008, she returned to the airwaves following maternity leave, initially taking over from Dick and Dom on the Sunday Morning Lie In from 10:00 to 13:00.
She returned to weekday afternoons on 3 November 2008.
In July 2009 it was announced that Radio 1 was to change its daytime schedule, and this saw Bowman move to Weekend Breakfast.
She said that she felt she had taken her shows as far as she could, and the move meant she could create a new show for a new market.
Bowman left Radio 1 on 1 April, but continued on different projects through out-of-house productions which air on the station.
Her first show of the new Review Show was on 24 April 2012.
In June 2014, Radio 1 announced that The Review Show would be cancelled on 1 September 2014, ending Bowman's career at the station.
In February 2016, she was announced as the only solo, female, breakfast show host on commercial radio, with the launch of Virgin Radio UK on 30 March.
She left the programme on 29 September 2017.
Bowman has presented 'Soundtracking', a weekly half hour podcast in which she interviews film-makers about musical influences and their choice of music in films.
In 2005, Bowman presented BBC Scotland's coverage of the Live 8 event at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, and hosted the network's T in the Park programmes with Dougie Anderson who had also worked on RI:SE.
On 7 July 2007, she co-presented the BBC coverage of Live Earth.
After leaving Radio 1, Bowman presented several one-off film specials for Channel 4.
She also had a stint with BBC America as an entertainment presenter in 2014.
In May 2008, Bowman supported the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign in support of Breakthrough Breast Cancer, alongside fellow celebrities: comedian Alan Carr, actress Anna Friel, singer Natalie Imbruglia and model Twiggy.
From 2015 until 2017 Bowman hosted the annual Young Scot Awards.
Bowman's television debut was on the Grampian Television talent show The Big Break.
They have two sons; Rudy (born 2008) and Spike (born 2013).
The couple married in December 2013.
Bowman is the Goddaughter of former Manchester United Manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
In 2006, Bowman apologised for using racially insensitive language, after reading out listener correspondence describing Japanese people as 'Nasty Nips'.
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