Adam Hart-Davis

Dr Adam Hart-Davis is an author, photographer and broadcaster.  He is an interesting after dinner and conference speaker with his intense fascination and knowledge of the world of science and ‘living history’.

Television Presenting

Adam Hart-Davis is well-known in the UK for presenting the television series like.

  •  Local Heroes and What the Romans Did for Us, the latter spawning several spin-off series like:
  • involving the Victorians (What the Victorians Did for Us)the Tudors (What the Tudors Did for Us), and the Stuarts (What the Stuarts Did for Us).
  • He was also a co-presenter of Tomorrow’s World and presented Science Shack. In February 2005, Adam Hart-Davis returned to television with
  • hTe Tudors (What the Tudors Did for Us) and the Stuarts (What the Stuarts Did for Us)
  • He was also a co-presenter of Tomorrow’s World and presented Science Shack. In February 2005.
  • Adam Hart-Davis returned to television with and the Stuarts (What the Stuarts Did for Us).
  • He was also a co-presenter of Tomorrow’s World and presented Science Shack. In February 2005, Adam Hart-Davis returned to television with What The Ancients Did For Us.

His work in broadcasting began in 1977 when he joined Yorkshire Television as a researcher, working on material for the likes of Magnus Pyke, David Bellamy, Miriam Stoppard and Arthur C. Clarke.

In 1985 he was promoted to production work, producing Arthur C. Clarke’s World of Strange Powers, the Fred Harris-fronted TV shows Me & My Micro and the Johnny Ball-fronted Fun & Games amongst other things. He also devised and produced the highly popular school science show Scientific Eye which was widely viewed in theUKand in some thirty-five other countries.