Greg Foot is a very experienced, warm and knowledgeable live presenter and event host. He is an award-winning Science Broadcaster who has been writing, hosting & producing science content on TV, Radio, YouTube, Podcast, & Stage for 15+ years.
Greg’s current projects include live hosting rocket launches for OneWeb, producing & hosting season two of an investigative documentary podcast for Which? (“Which? Investigates”) and season three of a science history podcast for Seeker (“Surprisingly Brilliant”), co-creating a hugely popular live family science show on YouTube (“Let’s Go Live with Maddie & Greg”) which now has a successful spin-off family theatre show (“The Wonder Games”), performing eye-catching experiments on live TV (“Blue Peter” & “BBC Live Lessons”), and delivering numerous engaging keynotes & spectacular science shows on stages around the world. Greg has also hosted his own series on BBC Radio 4, a new online climate course for AXA, multiple series on BBC Three and BBC Worldwide, and written and hosted YouTube content with BBC Earth, LEGO, Honda F1, and many other clients over the past decade.
Greg has hosted countless live broadcasts, events and awards shows for clients including Raspberry Pi, Engineering UK, BBC, FameLab, AXA, and the Olympics & Paralympics.
Greg is a scientist by training (first class degree in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University) and is also Creative Director of his digital-first production studio sciencemedia.studio.
Greg is a scientist by training (first class degree in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University) and has written and presented content on a huge range of science areas for 15+ years. He can quickly assimilate technical information and translate it for any audience.
Greg has written & presented a range of sustainability related projects recently – from the first season of the “Which? Investigates” podcast which looked to see if claims of sustainability really delivered eco-potential or were simply greenwashing, to a widely used online video training series on Climate for AXA and a TV series for BBC World News.
Greg is passionate about a transition to electric, has investigated Electric Vehicles for podcasts, contributed multiple videos to the popular YouTube channel “Fully Charged”, and drives an EV.
Greg’s BBC Radio 4 series looked for the facts behind the fads, investigating whether product claims were indeed ’The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread?’ or simply BS.
The second series of Greg’s podcast for Which? investigates how secure your smart tech really is. Greg has spoken to dozens of leading experts in this area and written & produced rich editorial on multiple subjects in this area.
Greg is one of the leading science communicators in the UK, hosts YouTube’s first ever course on Science Communication (supported by Google), and trains scientists worldwide for notable clients including The Royal Society, The Wellcome Trust, AXA and many more.
Greg has been providing entertaining and engaging science content for families for 15+ years, from his own series on CBBC to 4+ years on both Blue Peter and Sunday Brunch. He recently co-created the very popular live family science show on YouTube “Let’s Go Live” with his partner, Maddie Moate.
Greg delivers keynotes on his science adventures, including a dive to 1000ft in a deep-ocean submersible with an ocean research charity and a trek up into the cold, thin air of the Himalayas for the world’s highest pop-up lab at Everest Base Camp. Greg joins scientists and research groups to help tell their stories on TV, Radio and on Stage.
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