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For BBC Proms TV I have presented Proms since 2016, and before that appeared as an interview guest from 2010. Elsewhere on the BBC I've been involved in documentaries with Gareth Malone and Paul Morley. 

In addition to programmes for the BBC, broadcasts include online projects for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and Tafelmusik. 

Some highlights are detailed below and click the BBC TV Archive to search an archive of programmes I've presented, or on which I've featured as a guest. 

Spilling the Tea at Tafelmusik

December 20, 2018

Join musicologist Dr. Hannah French and a guest Tafelmusik musician as they explore and discuss different styles of the baroque. This first of a series of three is devoted to the German Baroque with Julia Wedman, Tafelmusik violinist.

BBC 4 Presenting the Proms: St John Passion

August 19, 2017

In one of a series of Proms performances marking the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, John Butt directs his Dunedin Consort in a complete performance of Bach's powerful St John Passion, with Nicolas Mulroy as the Evangelist and Matthew Brook as Jesus. Reflecting the church setting for which it was written, the performance includes congregational singing from the Proms audience.on...

Hosting the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Opening Gala 2017

September 18, 2017

​Presenting the Opening Night Gala of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra from Roy Thompson Hall

Canadian composer Mychael Danna’s Academy Award–winning film score to Life of Pi, based on the novel of the same title by Canadian author Yann Martel, makes its World Première on the TSO stage as a new orchestral suite. Canadian violinist James Ehnes demonstrates versatile mastery in Chausson’s dreamy Poème and Saint-Saëns’s dynamic Introduction et rondo capriccioso. Hosted by Hannah French.

BBC 4 Presenting the Proms: Das Lied von der Erde

August 24, 2016

Sir Mark Elder conducts Mahler’s masterpiece for orchestra and voice – with soloists Alice Coote and Gregory Kunde. In the first half there’s a rare opportunity to hear Berlioz’s King Lear Overture and Colin Matthews’s Berceuse for Dresden.

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