About David

David is a medical doctor, a passionate campaigner and an experienced, intelligent award-winning TV presenter who has been on our screens for over twenty years. He’s worked for almost all major networks in the UK including the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Five, Living, Sky TV and Food Network.

Dr David Bull qualified as a physician in 1993 from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School in London (Imperial College) with degrees in Medicine, Surgery and Science. He joined the British NHS working at St Mary’s Hospital, Ealing Hospital and the Whittington Hospital, all in central London, in the fields of General Medicine, General Surgery, Emergency Medicine and General Practice.

His broadcasting career started in 1995 as an on-screen doctor for Sky TV giving advice to people travelling abroad. In 1996 he joined the team at Newsround on BBC1, the longest running children’s’ news show in the world. Within six months his documentary on bullying based on his own experiences won a Royal Television Society Award for best children’s factual programme.

After his own BBC kids talk show Sort It!, he joined the team on the daily consumer programme The Really Useful Show, before joining Watchdog, the BBC’s prime-time consumer show. From there he went on to present Watchdog Healthcheck and the live science show Tomorrow’s World.

His presenting credits are numerous and include Most Haunted Live and Hospital Live, both network shows. More recent credits include The Jeremy Vine show, The Wright Stuff and Coast Vs Country on Channel 4.

He crossed the Atlantic in 2008 and started contributing to The Rachael Ray show in New York and hosting for WebMD. In 2012 he became the host of Sugar Dome for Food Network. He’s also starred in a Hollywood movie entitled “Cavemen” playing a manic game-show host! David is also the host of the web channel ‘Frequence Medicale’ based in Paris which produces medical television programmes for doctors around the globe, ensuring their continuing education.

He’s written two books “Cool and Celibate? Sex and No Sex” and “What Every Girl should know”. Both have been translated into multiple languages and published worldwide.

In 2000 he started a started a Communication Company called IncrediBull which grew to employ over thirty staff in London and San Francisco. He sold it in 2014 to concentrate on his TV career. He also has a property business, buying and selling residential homes across Europe. His current portfolio extends from the UK to Spain.

He is an ardent campaigner and has been instrumental in many high-profile causes including getting people out to vote, engaging young people in politics, cleaning up dirty hospitals, improving sexual health and implementing new born screening for the life-threatening condition, Cystic Fibrosis.

David is passionate about current affairs and politics . He was elected as a MEP in 2019. This ended in 2020 when the UK left the EU.