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Julian Rush is the former Science & Environment Correspondent of Channel 4 News. His flair and enthusiasm for accessible explanation, investigation and analysis of the wide range of complex subjects he covers has been recognised with major TV industry awards.
Whether it be environmental issues like climate change, GM crops and renewable and nuclear energy, or hard science subjects like bird ‘flu, space exploration, nanotechnology, engineering, computing and the internet, medicine and obesity, Julian’s extensive experience means he is able to bring a unique insight and understanding to live events, seminars, panels, presentations and programmes about subjects that so often baffle but which affect us all.
He’s equally at home on the sofa, as bird ‘flu boffin for Richard & Judy; at a Party Conference chairing a panel of MPs discussing carbon trading; or in a Royal palace presenting to potential corporate sponsors details of the ground-breaking conservation technology proposed for the historic tea-clipper, Cutty Sark.
Adding the Defence brief is a logical extension of the extensive reporting he has already done on issues like nuclear, chemical and biological weapons, Gulf War Syndrome, military strategy and the ethics of the arms trade.
Julian won the prestigious RTS Home News Awards in two consecutive years for his investigative reporting of the causes of the Paddington and Hatfield rail crashes. He was short-listed again for an RTS award, this time for his exclusive report that exposed the government’s “dodgy dossier” on Iraq, plagiarised from a PhD student’s thesis.
He still wants to be the first TV reporter to broadcast from space. Julian also chairs conferences and seminars and is a highly skilled conference facilitator and after dinner speaker. He has a wealth of experience hosting events and award ceremonies, both at home and abroad.
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