Award Winning Broadcaster & Journalist
Jeremy Paxman is one of the UK’s best known and respected broadcasters and journalists. His skill and popularity in chairing and facilitating conferences is unrivalled.
Jeremy has a unique interviewing style and is known for his in depth probing and questioning of politicians on Newsnight, which he anchored from 1989 until 2014 and has hosted University Challenge since 1994.
In the mid seventies, Jeremy Paxman was based in Northern Ireland, where he covered the troubles for the BBC. He joined the Tonight programme, in 1977, followed by five years reporting for Panorama, where assignments took him frequently to Africa, the Americas and the Middle East before anchoring Newsnight.
Paxman has twice won the Richard Dimbleby Award, Bafta’s most prestigious award for current affairs and written numerous books that include: