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Liz Bonnin

Broadcaster Liz Bonnin has presented TV hit shows including BBC's Stargazing Live, Bang Goes the Theory, and Horizon. A lover of science and nature, Liz Bonnin makes an excellent facilitator or host for any event. 

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Liz Bonnin Biography

Biochemist and wild animal biologist Liz Bonnin is one of the UK’s best loved TV presenters, making a name for herself on the BBC’s Stargazing Live; Bang Goes the Theory and Egypt’s Lost Cities, as well as Top of the Pops and RI:SE.

Liz was born in France and moved to Dublin at the age of nine. After qualifying from Trinity College with a Biochemistry degree, decided to take a year out and try her hand at the music business. After being asked to present the IRMA Music Awards for RTE, her career took a very different turn and she has been presenting ever since.

Liz kick-started her TV career as an entertainment presenter on BBC1's cult TV show Top Of The Pops before returning to her science roots.

As the face of BBC1’s cutting edge science show Bang Goes the Theory, and more recently of BBC2’s well-received six-part documentary series Museum of Life,...

Biochemist and wild animal biologist Liz Bonnin is one of the UK’s best loved TV presenters, making a name for herself on the BBC’s Stargazing Live; Bang Goes the Theory and Egypt’s Lost Cities, as well as Top of the Pops and RI:SE.

Liz was born in France and moved to Dublin at the age of nine. After qualifying from Trinity College with a Biochemistry degree, decided to take a year out and try her hand at the music business. After being asked to present the IRMA Music Awards for RTE, her career took a very different turn and she has been presenting ever since.

Liz kick-started her TV career as an entertainment presenter on BBC1's cult TV show Top Of The Pops before returning to her science roots.

As the face of BBC1’s cutting edge science show Bang Goes the Theory, and more recently of BBC2’s well-received six-part documentary series Museum of Life, Liz is lauded as one of the most intelligent and knowledgeable presenters of TV for young people. Her passion for science and nature has also placed her in front of the camera on BBC1’s Country Tracks.

She has also fronted Wild Trials for RTE in 2005, and the documentary series Science Friction - covering topics such as Nuclear Power, Stem Cell research and Obesity.
Her programme on animal intelligence, Super Smart Animals, was broadcast in 2012, and the following year she fronted a Horizon special on BBC Two that looked at technology of the future.

On the two-part documentary Operation Snow Tiger, Liz worked with a team of scientists in the Ussuriysk Reserve in the Russian Far East.

She also presented Animal Odd Couples on BBC One, and worked on the first episode of How the Earth Works – Can Krakatoa Stop Time for The Discovery Channel in the US.

In addition to her TV work, Liz completed a Masters in 2008 in Wild Animal Biology and Conservation on big cat conservation with the Zoological Society of London, a project that involved research in Nepal to study tigers.

Energetic and charismatic, Liz is the quintessential conference facilitator and awards host.

For further information or to book Liz Bonnin, call us at Speakers Corner on +44 (0)20 7607 7070 or email info@speakerscorner.co.uk

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