Jules is a presenter with a real passion for the past. After a career in Field Archaeology, he moved into TV production in 1996. He's worked on a wide range of historical programming all over the world, from India to the US. Highlights include Channel 4's Time Team, BBC 2's Horizon, and numerous BBC military history series; Battlefields, The Iron Duke, and Rebels & Redcoats.
Jules' presenting career started in 2003 with The Making of England, for ITV Meridian, followed by his own RTS nominated series Revival which he developed and which was broadcast in 2005 for ITV West Country/Meridian and which has since aired on The History Channel. Jules was a leading face on BBC 2's The People's Museum, and on Great Day's Out for UKTV History with Alan Titchmarsh in 2006. In 2007 he joined the BBC's Escape to the Country bringing his own brand of warmth and enthusiasm for people, property and the countryside to this flagship series. In 2008 Jules is now heading into his fourth series of Escape to the Country and is now also an emerging face on Cash in the Attic, again for the BBC.
"Thoroughly engaging and enthusiastic" with a genuine passion for getting 'hands on', Jules has emerged from behind the camera with a real talent for being in front of it.
His interests outside of Archaeology and History include wide-ranging travel, current affairs, architecture, engineering, garden design and renovating old buildings, interests he continues to pursue whilst reconstructing his own 18th century house and garden in mid-Wales.
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