Philippa is an intelligent and charismatic presenter. She is best known for her experience in live television, most notably Tomorrow’s World, which she presented alongside Peter Snow for seven years, anchoring many live specials and outside broadcasts.
Philippa also presented the Queen’s Jubilee Celebrations for three days with David Dimbleby, covering The Mall on the day of the procession. She anchored Crufts for four years, Zoowatch – a week’s live coverage following daily life at London Zoo which she hosted with Rolf Harris, The Foot and Mouth Special which was a live discussion programme hosted by the BBC. 2005 saw her debut as a radio presenter for BBC Bristol where she has had a regular live Saturday morning show since.
Philippa’s other television credits include the phenomenally successful Robot Wars, which she presented for BBC2 for seven series. Philippa has also presented many ‘specials’ and documentaries for the BBC’s Natural History Unit. These included Making Animal Babies, Clever Critters & Man Meets Dog.
Philippa’s authoritative and intellectual approach can be seen in her success as a published author. Her first book ‘The River’ is a humorous and autobiographical account of filming with her partner in the countryside. She regularly contributes article for magazines and newspapers including Sainsbury’s magazine, The Express and travel articles for the Mail on Sunday.
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