Krishnan Guru Murthy
Newsreader, TV presenter and authority on endless topics, Krishnan is sparkly and articulate as a keynote or after-dinner speaker, and awards host. His vast presenting experience, wealth of worldly anecdotes and amicable demeanour allow him to be an ideal facilitator to all manner of conferences.
Newsreader, TV presenter and authority on endless topics, Krishnan Guru Murthy is sparkly and articulate as a keynote or after-dinner speaker , and awards host. Krishnan’s prolific TV career has endowed him with a confidence and knowledge that combine to create the ideal speaker.
Liverpool-born Oxford graduate, Krishnan Guru-Murthy is the EMMA award-winning anchor of Channel 4 News at Noon, which he combines with regular presenting of the flagship Channel 4 News at 7pm. He has also popped up on 8 Out Of 10 Cats and Never Mind The Buzzcocks, and made a cameo appearance in Shaun of the Dead. Krishnan also fronted "The Event - How Racist are You?" in which the controversial former American schoolteacher Jane Elliott performed her "brown eyes, blue eyes" experiment on a group of British adults.
Originally at the BBC, Krishnan worked on a variety of programmes from Newsnight to Newsround. He reported for National Lottery Live, presented the Asian Arts show East and fronted Posh Frocks & New Trousers.
For Channel 4, Krishnan has presented The Autopsy, the first public post-mortem to be broadcast live. He has also hosted various debates, including one about the impact of reality TV and another on human genetics.
Krishnan's depth of knowledge and broad experience make him the ideal choice as host, facilitator or keynote speaker for any corporate event.
Krishnan is one of the UK's best loved and respected Newsreaders and TV presenters.
- TV presenter
- Current affairs
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What people said about Krishnan Guru Murthy
- "Krishnan's speech was pitched perfectly for the occasion and delegates. His patience with the photographs was much appreciated."