BBC — United Kingdom
Alex began his television career answering an on-air appeal for researchers on his favourite programme, BBC’s Top Gear, and got the job. He progressed to presenting on the show and has since carved a niche as a funny, intelligent and likeable presence on TV and Radio.
He is best known for presenting amusing stunt driven documentaries in BBC3's highly popular Mischief strand, including Road Rage Revenge, Cheap Homes For Sale and Britain’s Really Disgusting Food. Off the back of their success, Alex was given his own three part series for BBC3, Britain’s Really Disgusting Food; Meat, Fish and Dairy which was nominated in the best news and current affairs category at the 2010 Broadcast Digital Television Awards. It was also repeated on BBC1, where it proved twice as popular as the show usually occupying that slot.
On Radio, Alex has written and voiced the award winning BBC Radio 7's Comedy Club since its launch in 2002, interviewing top comedians and introducing contemporary comedy shows five nights a week.
Recently he presented a brand new three part series 'Secrets of the Superbrands' for BBC3, in which he looks at how the top Technology, Fashion and Food companies make their millions and how they maintain such a hold over us.