Julia Bradbury is one of the small screen’s most popular and versatile presenters. Although having presented many genres of programming from motor based sports to consumer affairs she is best known for her love of travel and the outdoors.
Her new series , Julia Bradbury's Australia, saw Julia travel from the west to east coast, talking to surfers, crocodile wranglers and conservationists, combining her passions for travel and the environment.
Other TV credits include: Britain’s Best Walks, Britain’s Favourite Walks: Top 100, 10k Holiday Home, Fightback Britain, Keeping Britain Safe 24/7, Countryfile, British Eurosport, Speedway Grand Prix, Stars in Fast Cars, Watchdog and many many more.
Julia fronted Planet Earth Live with Richard Hammond; BBC1’s incredibly ambitious natural history programme offering a uniquely simultaneous look at some of the most charismatic animals around the world.
In 2010, Julia supported the Children in Need charity appeal when she participated, again alongside Matt, in a unique globetrotting experience, Around the World in 80 Days. The six part series saw six celebrity pairings embark on a mammoth quest to travel around the world in relay race fashion – Julia and Matt undertook the Asian leg, traveling through Kazakhstan, Russia and Mongolia. Her efforts for Children in Need raised over £15,000, as, aside from her cross continental exploits, an ardent fan donated £10,000 to join her on a TV walk.
Outside her television life and following her dedication to environmental causes, she is an ambassador for Keep Britain Tidy, The National Trust and The Scouts as well as Bowel Cancer UK and Prostate Cancer. Julia is also proud to be the first female President of The Camping and Caravanning Club. Julia also cofounded The Outdoor Guide, a free, online resource of aggregated information about all things outdoors.