David is an experienced, intelligent award-winning presenter. Over the last 15 years he’s hosted live and pre-recorded shows on British and US network television for major networks including the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Five, Living TV and Sky. He made his US debut in 2009 and is now working on both sides of the Atlantic
Sugardome – Food Network. USA
Host of Prime-time food reality competition show.
13 shows for Season one. Transmits early 2013.
Filmed in Los Angeles.
Web MD – USA
Host of “Depression Insights” for high-profile US
Portal. Filmed in New York.
The Rachael Ray Show – USA
Health/Lifestyle Expert for this huge daytime show. Originating and presenting material for. Filmed in New York
Movie: “Caveman”: Independent Release
Role: TV host
Director: Herschel Faber
The Wright Stuff – Five
Regular panelist (12 years plus) on popular live 90 minute daytime current affairs and gossip show. Topical, lively and funny. Highest rated original show on network.
2009 – 2011
Inside Out – BBC1.Presenter / Reporter for prime-time current affairs show
2008 – 2012
BBC Five Live Radio
Co-presenter of late night chat show
2008 – 2012
The Alan Titchmarsh Show – ITV1
Regular presenter for popular daytime show covering all medical and health-related issues.
2008 – 2009
Thomas Cook TV
Studio anchor of travel channel for major travel chain.
2003 – 2009
Breathing Life Awards – Sky television
Writer and presenter of live 90 minute celebrity award show celebrating the achievements of people living with Cystic Fibrosis, a life-threatening disease.
2003 – 2007
Richard and Judy – Channel 4
Reporter and presenter for this daily high-profile flagship show, covering all aspects of health and lifestyle.
2002 – 2006
Most Haunted LIVE! – Living TV
Anchor of groundbreaking interactive ghost hunt. Three and a half hours in duration and live. Living TV’s highest rated show. Now sold worldwide.
Teletext Holidays Launch presenter of new channel charged with making foreign travel more accessible. Reported from Cuba, the US, Europe and around the world as well as being the studio anchor of the channel.
Hospital Live – Living TV
Anchor of three hour live daytime show and a one hour prime time show based at Rotherham General Hospital following the stories of the staff and patients at this busy hospital.
National ESP Challenge Live! – Living TV
Anchor of one-off three hour show determining whether Extra Sensory Perception is real or a figment of the imagination.
July 2002 – 2004
Tomorrow’s World – BBC1.
Main presenter of this established prime-time show. Making science and technology understandable to a wide audience and looking at what the future will bring.
January 2001 – 2002
Watchdog Healthcheck – BBC1
Main presenter of BBC1’s flagship health programme. Weekly, live, half hour themed show. Includes reporting on topical issues and interviewing guests from Government and industry.
August 1999 – June 2002
Watchdog – BBC1
Presenter/Reporter for this live flagship prime- time consumer programme.
August 1999 – 2000
Weekend Watchdog – BBC1
Reporter. Covering consumers’ complaints about the holiday and leisure industry
May 1999 – Summer 1999
Let’s Get Healthy – ITV
Presenter of this half hour health magazine show. Including studio interviews and VT reports. 25 shows made.
Sort It! - BBC Two
Presenter of cutting edge, ground breaking problem page programme for teenagers – the first of its type for BBC Television including live debates.
January 1996 – August 1999
Newsround, BBC One
Presenter and producer of reports on medical issues affecting children. Became first person to broadcast medical issues to children on UK television. Reports also used by BBC News.
Newsround 24 , BBC News 24
Main Presenter of this 30 minute review of the week’s news for children
K Club – BBC Four
Main presenter of a one hour live interractive magazine programme for kids. This programme launched the new channel.
Bitesixe Debate Specials – BBC Four
Presenter of one hour debates for kids on the BBC’s newest channel.
February 1999 – 2000
This Morning, ITV1
Medical Expert and Reporter for high profile magazine show
Daily Live, - BBC1
Medical Expert and Reporter for this live morning magazine programme.
Fully Booked – BBC2
Writer and presenter of a series of films for this children’s magazine programme as well as studio guest spots.
August 1997 – June 1998
The Really Useful Show, BBC1
Medical Expert and Reporter for this magazine programme. Studio appearances, filmed reports and live Outside Broadcasts from around the country.
June 1997 – 2001
Summer Holiday – BBC1
Presenter of reports from holiday destinations around the world
October 1996 – 1997
The Weather Show – BBC1
Presenter for last two series. Various reports from around the country about the weather and its impact on the globe.
Baby Baby – Channel 4
Medical Expert on daytime show.
January 1996 – 1997
Saturday Aardvark – BBC1
2nd series of this popular show. Madcap medicine and health issues with live viewers’ calls
January 1997 – 1998
Newsround Extra – BBC1
Presented 15 minute documentaries dedicated to the subjects such as childhood bullying, obesity and HIV
January 1997-July 1997
Why Me? – UKliving
Twice weekly half hour magazine programme. Successor of ‘Call the Doctor’. Completed third series (sixty programmes). Recorded as live.
September 1996 – January 1997
Call the Doctor - UKliving.
A twice-weekly magazine programme recorded as live. Presentation of current medical issues in magazine form, followed by viewers’ letters and calls.
June 1996 – March 1997
Tell Me About It ! – Channel 4
Sole presenter of this magazine style programme for teenagers featuring issues such as fashion, divorce and anorexia. Recorded as live with studio guests.
The Sky Travel Guide, – Sky TV
Presenter on the holiday health feature for this magazine style programme.
1. Royal Television Society Award (RTS) Best Children’s factual programme Newsround Extra – Bullying – 1997
2. Independent Radio Broadcasting Award For “2 Smart for Drugs Roadshow”
Presenter of an anti-drugs roadshow in British schools in conjunction with Essex police and Essex FM.
3. Outstanding Contribution Award Cystic Fibrosis Trust Award 2001 for raising the profile of the UK’s most common life-threatening
genetically inherited disease
1. ‘Cool, and Celebate’ Element Books, distributed by Penguin. Now in worldwide distribution
2. Author of ‘What Every Girl Should Know’ Element Books, distributed by Penguin.
1. Vodafone Global 2012 / 2011 Host of Global Conferences for TelCo.
2. Fresenius Medical Care 2012 / 2011 Host of Global conferences and
Global TV show “Renal Rounds”
3. LACA Host of 2012 2011 and 2010 conferences
4. Cisco 2010 Conference – San Francisco
5. GSK 2010 Conference – Hamburg
6. BT Group Corporate Presenter 2001-current
7. Hewlett Packard 2003-2008. Events around the world.
8. Nicorette Anti-smoking roadshows around the country
9. Renault 2007-2008. Roadshows around the country
10. BBC Worldwide Tomorrow’s World Live – Birmingham, Cardiff,
London and Glasgow
11. BBC Worldwide CBBC Big Bash – Main Presenter for live events on stage
at this enormous children’s party at the NEC in Birmingham.