Television & Online Video

For over a decade I have been a leading science presenter / broadcaster for national and international television and numerous online channels. I am also regularly called upon to  explain and comment on the latest physics and space stories for TV news media.

On television I’ve talked about wide ranging physics topics such as aliens, missions to Mars, the Higgs boson, nuclear power, how gadgets work, and many more. I’m experienced at both pre-recorded and live television, where in the latter my personality and quick wit have resulted in several memorable media moments such as debating Shaun Ryder on UFOs and humorously outsmarting Piers Morgan. My TV credits have included:
  • Abandoned Engineering (Yesterday, Discovery, N24 Germany, Channel 7 Australia)
  • Ancient Apocalypse (ZDF)
  • BBC Breakfast (BBC One)
  • BBC News at Ten (BBC One)
  • CNN International
  • Good Morning Britain (ITV)
  • Great Inventions (ZDF)
  • James May’s Things You Need to Know (BBC Two)
  • Mysteries at the Museum (Travel Channel USA)
  • Sky News
  • This Morning (ITV)
  • Weird Earth (Weather Channel USA)

I have also been involved in writing and presenting for several online science series and channels, as well as producing my own online video content on YouTube. Credits have included:

  • James May’s Head Squeeze (now BBC Earth Lab, BBC Worldwide & 360 Productions)
  • Doctor Who YouTube channel (BBC Worldwide)
  • Story of Now (BBC Taster & TouchCast)
  • How to put a Human on Mars (BBC News)
    Winner, Best Use of Online Video, European Digital Media Awards 2014 and World Digital Media Awards 2014
  • Sky Morning Stories (Sky News)
  • Reach Out CPD (Twig)
  • Spacelink Livelinks
Plus I have written and consulted for several other television and online channels including DIscovery, Vsauce and Seeker.

If you think I’d be the perfect fit for your next project, just get in touch by email.