Greg is a successful Science Presenter on YouTube, on TV, on Stage and NOW on PODCAST too!

icon-onyoutubeGreg’s YouTube films have had more than 10,000,000 hits. He is regularly approached by clients to present (and often write & produce) You Tube series and has made content for Honda Racing F1, AXA, Nekton and more. Greg is the regular host for the BBC’s Earth Lab channel, answering questions from ‘What causes a beer belly?’ to ‘Are gingers going extinct?’. He also posts behind-the-scenes vlogs from shoots on his own channel (which is more like an online CV rather than a YT channel!).

icon-ontvAs the Science Guy on Blue Peter he’s run on custard, made a comet, and built a giant battery from 600 potatoes! As a regular on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch Greg dissected a (jelly!) brain, made home-made icecream, played music WITH FIRE and much more! Greg also hosts BBC Three / BBC Worldwide’s Secrets Of Everything where he’s been buried alive, frozen, shot, electrocuted, and even gone under the knife in the name of science! And he’s driven a jet-powered go-kart, unleashed a huge flour explosion and built a real levitating hoverboard as a host for BBC Worldwide’s Factomania.

NEWS! Greg is the new Drivetime Presenter for Heart Kent – he’s LIVE every weekday from 4-7pm with feel good tunes and the best bits of the internet!

 

icon-onyoutubeGreg develops, writes & presents spectacular science shows and keynotes on stages around the world:

In 2016 he did his first nationwide theatre tour and got rave reviews! ‘CAUTION: Safety Goggles Required!‘ is a spectacular show of curious questions & often explosive answers. He toured theatres up and down the UK answering audience’s questions live and tackling the nation’s most curious questions with giant flamethrowers, a hoverboard, explosions (in space!), and funny costumes & live musical comedy (with his friend Mr Neil). Other science stunts Greg has performed on stage include making a bowling ball loop the loop (while he sat in the middle!) at Hammersmith Apollo with Brian Cox & Robin Ince.

Greg regularly gives keynotes at events, festivals & conferences. Two popular talks tell of his recent scientific adventurers – he trekked up to the world’s highest pop-up lab at Everest Base Camp to join a group of scientists doing cutting edge research that will change intensive care medicine for ever, and this year he joined another scientific adventure diving 300m down into the deep ocean in high tech submersibles to measure the health of our planet’s beating heart. He also gives talks on Science Communication and has hosted numerous Awards Ceremonies too.

Greg has launched a podcast! The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread? is a brand new podcast that investigates the bold claims being made by promising products. Joined by experts and the general public, Greg and his mate Andy go in search of the evidence to find out if these wonder products really are the best thing since sliced bread? More info here.

Greg’s got a first class degree in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University, a Masters in Science Media Production from Imperial College and has been recognised as one of the leading science communicators in the UK by The Wellcome Trust who have given him the prestigious position of ‘Engagement Fellow’.

Greg also delivers Science Communication Training & Seminars for various clients including universities & companies. If you’d like to get in touch please head over to Contact.