TV science and technology presenter, Jason Bradbury, is perhaps best known as the popular and charismatic host of The Gadget Show. He has a wealth of experience and this combined with his former career in comedy means he is both an erudite and entertaining corporate host. Jason is much in demand for both online and live presentations.
Renowned technology TV presenter, Jason Bradbury is also an accomplished corporate host for both online and in person events.
Jason regularly presents on UK network, cable and satellite TV. His credits include literally hundreds of programmes. The range covers light entertainment, to science and technology formats. He is perhaps best known as host of The Gadget Show which he presented for 12 years up until 2017. Other shows include: The Big Breakfast, Top Gear GTI, C5’s Combat Cars. Also ITV’s This Morning, as the gadget guru. Discovery’s science show, Gross! & ITV’s The Web Review Show are just a few of successful series fronted by Jason.
Jason’s roots lie in the stand-up comedy circuit where he started out in a double act with David Walliams of Little Britain fame. Jason has chalked up a number of light-entertainment credits on Trouble TV. Shows include T Spot, Trouble @ Breakfast, Jason On Your Doorstop, Trouble Radio. Bravo TV (FHM Top 100 Girls, World’s Most Amazing Videos, Mercenaries). Sky 1 (The Hit Mix). Channel 4 (Under The Moon), LWT (Live From The Capital Cafe) and many more. But it is in the arena of Science and Technology that he combines this personal passion with the skills of an entertainer.
Jason is a gadget and technology maestro. A keen collector of ‘exotic’ gizmos and an ardent techno DIY’er. He also lectures on artificial intelligence at Lincoln University and is a qualified pilot. As a result, he has been able to showcase his flying skills on many TV shows. These include BBC’s own ‘Top Gear of the Skies’ The Air Show and the award winning Channel 4 Schools series Science In Focus. He writes regularly for technology publications including .Net Magazine, PC Format and The Guardian. He has racked up a number of ‘soft science’ credits Top Gear GTI (BBC2, UK Horizons). Also The Store @ the end of the World (A ‘Boys Toys’ format for Granada). Plus Mad Science (RTS award winning children’s science series for Granada). He has presenter Cheats (two year running gadget and games show for Trouble TV) and Hard Labour (a journalistic investigation of the world’s toughest jobs for Bravo TV). His show Front Room was a flagship chat show style show for BBC Knowledge.
Jason is an electronics DIY’er and gadget and games guru for several national magazines. He has conceived, produced and hosted his own TV commissions Blood, Sweat and Paintballs and Mercenaries.
He is also an acclaimed children’s author. His Dot Robot book series follows a twelve-year-old boy genius that invents a robot crime-fighting force. The science in the books is real and most of it has been witnessed by Jason first-hand. He has toured nationally at schools and festivals with the ‘Dot Robot Roadshow’, giving people the opportunity to see some of the science in action.
Jason has served on the on the judging panels for the BAFTA Video Games Awards and the Media Guardian Innovation Awards. He also hosted the Tech Show Live in addition to numerous corporate events. As a former stand-up comedian he offers a fresh and alternative style, backed up by a solid knowledge of science and technology.
“Jason was a delight to have as a keynote speaker – his attitude and friendliness during the whole event was brilliant. Jason’s presentation was energetic, passionate and inspiring – his extensive knowledge of technology and innovation was perfect for our event …. I am really pleased we chose Jason as our keynoter speaker at our Innovation @ Work Day.” Lilly UK
“Articulate, accomplished and in control of the situation. Knowledgeable, engaging, inclusive and personable, he was exactly what we needed for this important, high profile opening.” City of Lincoln Council
“A great success.” Intel Corporation
“Jason did a great job at getting across in a highly engaging way a message about a fast changing world, which dovetailed perfectly with the purpose of the day … Highly engaging.” Direct Line
“A fascinating, fun and often mind-blowing / unfathomable presentation from the brilliant Jason Bradbury.” Osborne Clarke