I presented mainstream TV shows for over 15 years. Starting on BBC 1’s top consumer programme That’s Life, which boasted over 20 million viewers, I went on to present a whole variety of TV programmes including: ITV’s flagship children’s magazine programme Splash , BBC 1’s Hearts of Gold , BBC 1’s Four Square Daily Quiz Show, Channel 4’s fly on the wall pioneer reality TV show As It Happens, and Central TV’s Arts programme First Night . I also presented the Queen’s Birthday Celebrations live from Buckingham Palace, and the Smirnoff UK Fashion Awards from the Albert Hall. I've interviewed many ‘A’ list celebrities such as Smokey Robinson, Michael Douglas, Richard Branson, George Benson, Take That, Joan Collins, Boy George, Status Quo and many many more. Other TV show credits include: Blankety Blank, What’s my line, Celebrity Squares, Noel’s House Party, Whose Baby, Give us a clue, On the Waterfront, Wide Awake Club, BBC Breakfast Time, Thames Telethon, BBC Children in Need, Crosswits, Jumble, Recordbreakers, A word in your ear, and many more.
My voice has also been heard on many voice overs, including Dreams Beds, Royal Bank of Scotland, P & O Ferries, The V & A Museum, John Lewis, Bosch, Imperial War Museum, Cooperative Funeral Care, Sanyo, Government Information films, Corporate and many Documentaries for the BBC and ITV. It is a voice associated with consumer knowledge and friendliness. I was the sole voice of Dreams, Britain’s largest Bed company for all their TV and Radio advertising for over 4 years. I also presented the AM Show on , a Saturday morning internet radio show co-hosted with his good friend and fellow That’s Life presenter, Adrian Mills. This eclectic mix of chat, showbiz gossip and music quickly became the station’s number 1 show. I now run my own production company, Big Mouth Productions, writing theme tunes and incidental music for TV, producing radio commercials and performing voice overs.
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