Speaker & Host
Presenter, Writer, Director, Food Lover and Social Commentator Hardeep Singh Kohli is an outstanding speaker, facilitator, event host and debator.
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Hardeep is a comedian, presenter, journalist, author and chef. He is a regular on the BBC's 'Question Time' and 'This Week' with Andrew Neil, and was a founding member of 'The One Show'. For Channel 4 he has written and presented the BAFTA award-winning 'In Search Of The Tartan Turban', 'Hardeep does...' '£50 Says You'll Watch This' and Scientology - 'The Beginners Guide To L. Ron Hubbard.' He directed and starred in 'Meet the Magoons' for Channel 4, winning a nomination for the Golden Rose of Montreux. After finishing as runner-up in the first series of 'Celebrity Masterchef' he went on to present 'New British Kitchen' and 'Chefs and The City' for UKTV.
Hardeep has been appointed a Food and Drink Ambassador for Scotland, and his love of food has resulted in his book 'Indian Takeaway' (nominated for an Independent Book Award), and a mountain of foodie articles for everything from 'Observer Food Monthly' to 'The Spectator'. He also works as a columnist for many publications, with his column in 'Scotland on Sunday', 'Hardeep Is Your Love', being nominated twice for Scottish Columnist of the Year. Having started his broadcasting career in radio he still regularly takes to the airwaves, presenting shows such as 'Midweek' and 'Pick of the Week', as well as making a plethora of documentaries such as 'Hardeep Singh Kohli's Alternative Census', 'The Last Wish of a Prince' for Radio 4 and 'Kohli’s Caledonian Commonwealth' on Radio 2.
He has had sell out runs on his Fringe show and he returned to Edinburgh with his show ‘Hardeep Is Your Love.’ Hardeep is in demand as an after dinner speaker and awards host, and has branched out into business and motivational speaking.