Julian Worricker has been a familiar voice on BBC radio for more than thirty years. His career began in his university city of Leicester, and has since taken him to prominence on Radio Five Live, Radio 4 and the BBC World Service. In addition to his radio work, he has also been a presenter on the BBC’s 24-hour TV News Channel for more than ten years. He has won several broadcasting and journalism awards.
In addition to his work on radio and TV Julian has:
qualifications to teach and to coach in broadcasting and journalism
the ability to pass on ‘on air’ experience to those appearing in the media
regularly chaired large conferences and smaller debates
written for publication
a TESOL qualification to teach English as a foreign language.
Julian’s calm approach to his work was summed up by his first boss who said of him that he has ‘valium instead of blood’.