Dr. David Bull, After Dinner Speaker, TV Presenter, Doctor, Medical Practitioner, Awards Host, Facilitator, Dr David Bull is a well-known public figure. He qualified in 1993 from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School in London with a Batchelor of Medicine and a Batchelor of Surgery degree (MBBS) as well as a first class Batchelor of Science degree (BSc). He worked as a junior doctor in the NHS at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington; Ealing Hospital and the Whittington Hospital, Archway in the fields of General Medicine and Accident and Emergency Medicine. His broadcasting career started in 1995 as an on-screen doctor for Sky TV giving advice to those travelling abroad. In 1996 he joined the team at Newsround on BBC1 becoming the first person to broadcast exclusively to children about health issues. Within six months his documentary on bullying won an RTS Award for best children’s factual programme. After his own show Sort It! on BBC2, he joined the team on the daily consumer programme The Really Useful Show, before being joining Watchdog. He went on to present the BBC’s only prime-time health programme, Watchdog Healthcheck and Tomorrow’s World. His presenting credits also include Most Haunted Live and Hospital Live for Living TV. He is an ardent campaigner and has been instrumental in a number of high-profile political campaigns including getting people out to vote, engaging young people in politics, cleaning up dirty hospitals, improving sexual health in Britain and implementing new born screening for the life-threatening condition, Cystic Fibrosis. He is heavily involved in charitable work for The Cystic Fibrosis Trust, Medic Alert and The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. He is also an ambassador for The British Red Cross. David is passionate about politics, has interviewed many influential political figures and chaired Ask the Conference Live at the Conservative Party Conference 2006. He continues to espouse his views on the current affairs show, The Wright Stuff and has a regular newspaper column.

This page uses CSS to present the content in the best possible manner. If you can see this message, then CSS (or JavaScript) is not enabled in your browser, and the page will not appear as the designer intended. We suggest you use the latest Internet Explorer (www.microsoft.com) or Netscape (www.netscape.com) browser.

Photo of the speaker.

Download Biography
David's
Biography Here

David Bull

Fee band from £ 2000 - 4000

To book David, please
call us on +44 (0)845 257 0807
or e-mail to:
info@cityspeakersinternational.co.uk

 

Background

Dr David Bull is a well-known public figure. He qualified in 1993 from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School in London with a Batchelor of Medicine and a Batchelor of Surgery degree (MBBS) as well as a first class Batchelor of Science degree (BSc). He worked as a junior doctor in the NHS at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington; Ealing Hospital and the Whittington Hospital, Archway in the fields of General Medicine and Accident and Emergency Medicine.

His broadcasting career started in 1995 as an on-screen doctor for Sky TV giving advice to those travelling abroad. In 1996 he joined the team at Newsround on BBC1 becoming the first person to broadcast exclusively to children about health issues. Within six months his documentary on bullying won an RTS Award for best children’s factual programme.

After his own show Sort It! on BBC2, he joined the team on the daily consumer programme The Really Useful Show, before being joining Watchdog. He went on to present the BBC’s only prime-time health programme, Watchdog Healthcheck and Tomorrow’s World. His presenting credits also include Most Haunted Live and Hospital Live for Living TV.

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

He is heavily involved in charitable work for The Cystic Fibrosis Trust, Medic Alert and The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. He is also an ambassador for The British Red Cross.

David is passionate about politics, has interviewed many influential political figures and chaired Ask the Conference Live at the Conservative Party Conference 2006. He continues to espouse his views on the current affairs show, The Wright Stuff and has a regular newspaper column.

Go to home page Print this page Go to top of this page
spacer image
XTmotion London: Website Design, Website Development & Website Maintenance