James May, After Dinner Speaker, BBC Top Gear, Motoring Journalist, TV Presenter, Awards Host, James is a motoring journalist who has presented on Channel 4’s Driven and who is now one of the main presenters on Top Gear for BBC2, about to enter its sixth series. Christmas 2005 saw James in his very own BBC2 special James May’s Top Toys, re-living his childhood: playing with machine guns, blowing up “Action Man” and recreating model train history……The show was a great success with a call for more solo projects – so keep eyes on the TV screen during 2006. James has also done extensive broadcast work and been a regular radio and TV presenter, including Breakfast TV, BBC Radio 2, The Boat Show, ITV1, as well as branching into the “world of music” as co-host in January 2006 on BBC2’s Top of the Pops. A freelance writer for many years, having contributed to Car Magazine, The Scotsman, Country Life, One, the Daily Express and various technology and travel titles, today James is a regular contributor and columnist for Top Gear Magazine, a weekly columnist for The Daily Telegraph and a regular contributor to Conde Nast Traveller James has a keen interest in cars that are either very posh or very basic and a passion for motorbikes. He is a very relaxed and professional presenter with a sharp dry wit and an exuberant personality, making him the ideal choice for after dinner speeches and corporate events.

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James is a motoring journalist who has presented on Channel 4’s Driven and who is now one of the main presenters on Top Gear for BBC2, about to enter its sixth series.

Christmas 2005 saw James in his very own BBC2 special James May’s Top Toys, re-living his childhood: playing with machine guns, blowing up “Action Man” and recreating model train history……The show was a great success with a call for more solo projects – so keep eyes on the TV screen during 2006.

James has also done extensive broadcast work and been a regular radio and TV presenter, including Breakfast TV, BBC Radio 2, The Boat Show, ITV1, as well as branching into the “world of music” as co-host in January 2006 on BBC2’s Top of the Pops.

A freelance writer for many years, having contributed to Car Magazine, The Scotsman, Country Life, One, the Daily Express and various technology and travel titles, today James is a regular contributor and columnist for Top Gear Magazine, a weekly columnist for The Daily Telegraph and a regular contributor to Conde Nast Traveller

James has a keen interest in cars that are either very posh or very basic and a passion for motorbikes. He is a very relaxed and professional presenter with a sharp dry wit and an exuberant personality, making him the ideal choice for after dinner speeches and corporate events.

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