Broadcaster, Journalist, programme host and media pundit, Dominik Diamond is best known for being the original presenter of the video gaming programme 'GamesMaster' (Channel 4).
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Dominik Diamond's broadcast work includes hosting the XFM Radio Scotland daily breakfast show, a 20 part series for Bravo ‘When Games Attack’ and becoming the first 'Daily Star' columnist to present BBC’s ‘What The Papers Say’ a role he returned to. He has also appeared on BBC1’s ‘The Daily Politics Show’ ‘The Last Word' with Nicky Campbell and the ten part series ‘Rubble Trouble with the Diamonds’ for Discovery Real Time. There has been two series for Channel 4 – 'Extreme Celebrity Detox' which features him doing Tai Chi and rock climbing in Slovenia with Jack Osbourne and ‘B&B With The Bardsleys’ which saw him running a Bed and Breakfast in Blackpool with Wife Swap harridan, Lizzie Bardsley.
At any given moment, on any given day somewhere on TV Dominik Diamond is talking about something. Whether it’s cracking gags at other people’s expense on numerous ‘100 Greatest’ or ‘Behaving Badly’ programmes, giving forthright opinions and analysis on a plethora of news and current affairs shows or presenting items on 'Richard & Judy': If you channel surf for 27 seconds you WILL be met with that caustic wit and interesting, ever-changing facial hair. Dominik begun his career in broadcasting on 'GamesMaster' the Channel 4 cult phenomenon of the early 90s. This was followed with 'Sportscall' on Radio 5 Live -the longest running programme in the station’s history. Mr Diamond went onto make 'The All New Dominik Diamond Radio Show' for 5 Live in 2000, which garnered a record-breaking nine consecutive 'Pick of the Week' accolades in Heat Magazine.
In quick succession he was given a funny food show on STV ('Boiling Point'), a funny quiz show for BBC Radio Scotland ('The Time Of Your Life') and, best of all, writing and presenting reins on comedy news quiz 'Caledonia MacBrains' for BBC1 Scotland. Throughout the 90s he also did things like 'Pick of the Week' and a complete Philosophy Figures series for Radio 4 and countless interview shows for BBC Choice under the banner 'Dominik Diamond Meets…'
His writing career began on 'Smash Hits' in 1992 and two years later he was poached by 'FHM'. Dominik’s intellectual qualities had not gone unnoticed and 'The Star' asked him to join as chief columnist where he writes on everything that has amused or annoyed him in the world of current affairs, TV and music. He is also a regular columnist on the magazines 'PC Zone' and 'Good Call' as well as a regular contributor to 'British Forces Radio' and CBS Radio in America. Dominik recently joined Jack FM in Calgary as host of 'Jack FM Mornings'