Bill Turnbull speaker

Bill Turnbull

BBC presenter & reporter who is a familiar face to many.

BBC presenter, after dinner speaker and conference host, Bill's confident & easy-going style will put guests at ease throughout any event!

Videos of Bill Turnbull

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Speaker Profile

About Bill Turnbull

First joined the BBC in 1986 as a reporter for the Today programme and Breakfast Time (1988), going on to become Washington Correspondence and reporting on a wide range of major American stories, including the Monica Lewinsky scandal and the O.J. Simpson murder trial.

Presents both from the studio and on location for major stories, and has travelled around the world for major stories, including New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, London in the aftermath of the 2007 bombings, and Washington D.C for the presidential election in 2012.

Bill raises money for charity on a regular basis, including Marie Curie Cancer Care. His hobbies include beekeeping, for which he has written a humorous book about keeping bees, as well as dancing and keeping chickens.

Speaking Topics

  • After dinners
  • Conference host & moderator


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Books By Bill Turnbull

  • The Bad Beekeepers Club (2010)

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