A preeminent biochemist and wild animal biologist, Liz Bonnin has presented Galapagos, Stargazing Live, Cats v Dogs: Which is Best? and the BAFTA award-winning Big Blue Live. She has also co-presented Countrywise and Bang Goes the Theory, proving her knowledge, passion and on-screen charisma.
Having held some of the most exciting hosting roles in the UK today, she has worked across the BBC as well as other network channels, uncovering the plastic problem, the lives of wildlife and marine life, as well as meeting scientists making groundbreaking discoveries today. Her presenting experience has not been limited to science programming, as she has worked on the likes of BBC One's Top of the Pops and RI:SE.
As a public speaker and conference facilitator, Liz has captured the imagination of countless audiences with her portrayal of life and the planet. She has spoken at events that include Galapagos Day at the Royal Geographical Society, NewScientistLive, WPY 50 at the Natural History Museum and Drowning in Plastic with Liz Bonnin. She has interviewed Sir David Attenborough at the opening of the Museum of Zoology at the University of Cambridge. She has hosted the IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards and the Natural History Museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award in recent times.
Engaging, entertaining and informative in equal measure, Liz is an expert in themes such as science, STEM, sustainability and education. She was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the British Science Association, in addition to her Masters Degree in Wild Animal Biology and Conservation. Ideal for corporate event appearances, Liz is one of the foremost keynote speakers in the field of natural history and conservation today. Topics of her speeches can include the plastic problem, stem cell research, natural history, ecology, media and nature. Able to tailor her speeches to meet the needs of any event, Liz is an undisputed thought leader in her field.