Andrew Marr is one of the most familiar reporters, journalists, presenters and interviewers on television. He is the host of The Andrew Marr Show, the BBC agenda-setting interview programme, which transmits every Sunday morning on BBC1; during which Andrew interviews live a host of high profile guests on topical issues. He moved to the programme in 2005 after five-years as Political Editor for the BBC News during which he covered all political news including the 2005 General Election. Andrew also current presents the Radio 4 programme, Start the Week, on a regular basis.
In addition, Andrew has researched, written and presented numerous series for the BBC including Andrew Marr’s History of Modern Britain, Britain from Above, Darwin’s Dangerous Idea, Andrew Marr’s The Making of Modern Britain, Megacities and Andrew Marr’s History of The World and JFK-The Making of Modern Politics. His other broadcasting achievements include a series on contemporary thinkers for BBC 2 and Radio 4, and political documentaries for Channel 4 and BBC 1‘s Panorama.
In February 2012, Andrew Marr’s three-part BBC 1 documentary, The Diamond Queen, drew more than six million viewers per episode. Following Margaret Thatcher’s death in 2013, Andrew narrated a memorial documentary, Margaret Thatcher: Prime Minister and, in 2016, Andrew produced and presented a thought provoking documentary about the Battle for Scotland. More recently, in 2017, Andrew has broadcast an in depth documentary called My Brain and Me, where he has charted his own personal battle with his development and recovery from his stroke.
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