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Jeremy Paxman is an award-winning journalist, author and television presenter. He has worked for the BBC since 1977 and has been the presenter of Newsnight, University Challenge and many BBC documentaries on various subjects including Victorian art, the Empire, Wilfred Owen and the four-part series Britain's Great War. Jeremy was the host of a BBC one-off documentary marking the 50th anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill's death.
"One of the UK's most renowned television presenters"
Jeremy was born in Yorkshire, educated at Malvern College in Worcestershire and received his degree (in English) from St Catharine's College, Cambridge. For three years in the mid-seventies, Jeremy was based in Northern Ireland, where he covered the Troubles for the BBC. In 1977, he joined the Tonight programme, for which he was a roving reporter. This was followed by five years as a reporter on Panorama. He anchored Newsnight for 25 years from 1989 and for several years, he also presented Start The Week on BBC Radio Four, and he became chairman of University Challenge in 1994. He writes widely for newspapers and magazines.
What he offers you
A skilled facilitator and an excellent communicator, Jeremy's unique presentation style make him highly sought after not only as a conference moderator but also as a highly amusing after dinner speaker.
How he presents
Using his well-honed skills as an interviewer and his razor sharp wit Jeremy is a brilliant a facilitator. With a blend of hard-hitting and sarcastic questions, Jeremy enlivens every event with his witty and entertaining style.
He presents in English.
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