Spencer Kelly is a TV and Radio presenter, and technology guru. His no-fear policy and engaging, witty style make him a dynamic and exciting awards host and conference facilitator. Knowledgeable about all the latest tech, Spencer is well-placed to speak on the latest trends in the field and present an energetic seminar.
TV and Radio presenter, technology guru, and presenter of the BBC technology programme Click, Spencer Kelly has broadcast to the nation upside down, mid-air and hanging off a cliff-face. His no-fear policy and engaging, witty style makes him the consummate awards host and after dinner speaker.
As part of a life-long love affair with science and technology, Spencer graduated with a double first in Computer Science from Cambridge University. He has also recently been awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Technology by the University of Coventry.
In 1997 he was asked to fill in on the Ocean FM breakfast show (TSA 1 million) "until further notice", a solid 6 years later he was still there.
While heading the station line-up he had the chance to do some amazing things. He's abseiled, sky-dived from 12,000 feet, driven lorries and tanks, and stunt-ridden a motorbike on top of a ladder. He made international news when he caused toy Furbies across the south of England to commit mass suicide.
Spencer first appeared on local TV hosting A Matter of Fact - a comedy panel game show based on unusual trivia.
He went on to front a film review programme for 3 years between 1999 and 2002, giving his expert opinion on the week's new releases.
In 2003 Spencer joined the BBC as an interactive presenter, and soon moved to the TV technology programme Click Online. It was here that his passion for science and technology could really flourish, presenting items on wide-ranging and challenging topics, from quantum computers to child abduction.
As well as presenting Click, Spencer has presented Channel 5's Gadget Show.
He has interviewed many big names in the world of entertainment and technology, including film director James Cameron, Will.i.am and Sir Paul McCartney, Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer and Edward Snowden and Julian Assange. He's also been invited to meet the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
Technology presenter, adrenalin junkie and expert speaker Spencer Kelly is an engaging and witty awards host and after dinner speaker.