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Gyles Brandreth is currently a reporter on The One Show on BBC1 and a regular on Radio 4's Just a Minute and Wordaholics. His acclaimed Victorian detective stories - The Oscar Wilde Murder Mysteries - are now being published in twenty one countries around the world.
"Probably the best speaker I have ever heard" Daily Mail
A former Oxford scholar and President of the Oxford Union, his career has ranged from being a Lord Commissioner of the Treasury in John Major's government, to starring in his own award winning musical revue in London's West End. He has won awards himself and been nominated for awards, as a public speaker, novelist, children's writer, broadcaster, political diarist, journalist, theatre producer and businessman He has featured in the Guinness Book of Records for making the world's longest-ever after-dinner speech, he spoke non-stop for twelve and a half hours. Other TV appearances include Have I Got News For You, Celebrity Mastermind and the Matt Lucas Awards Show.
What he offers you
Gyles is one of Britain's busiest after-dinner speakers and award ceremony hosts. Having appeared regularly in assorted comedy and current affairs programmes and having interviewed Princes, Presidents, Prime Ministers, and stars of stage and screen, Gyles is truly one of our greatest national treasures!
How he presents
Searingly honest, wildly indiscreet, and incredibly funny, Gyles has a serious talent for making people laugh which makes him a popular choice at after dinner speeches across the globe.
He presents in English.
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