Inspiring, fun and engaging — not words often associated with science and medical experts, yet Dr Ranj combines all three with infectious enthusiasm. Ranj is a TV personality with a difference: a flourishing NHS clinician, specialising in the wellbeing of young people; and an exciting on-screen talent who can turn his hand to any subject.
With an impressive TV career already under his belt, Ranj is certainly someone you will be seeing a lot more of in the future. He is one of the resident doctors on ITV‘s leading daytime series This Morning, co-presenter of ITV‘s brand new prime-time series Save Money: Good Health, and co-creating host of BAFTA award-winning CBeebies series, Get Well Soon. As well as these flagship shows, Ranj can regularly be seen on other programmes as wide-ranging as: BBC‘s Pointless Celebrities, Inside Out, Celebrity Eggheads and Watchdog; ITV‘s Good Morning Britain and Tonight; Channel 5‘s Big Brother’s Bit On The Side and 5 News. Ranj has just taken on a whole new challenge as he is currently one of the celebrity contestants taking part in Strictly Come Dancing 2018.
Off air, his work can be found in numerous magazines and websites where he gives expert opinion and advice on a range of physical and mental health matters. Ranj has regular columns in Attitude, Now and Family Traveller magazines, as well as being an online health correspondent for NetDoctor. He has published two children’s school books with Oxford University Press, which are distributed internationally with more in the pipeline.
As a passionate charity ambassador and a sought-after host of live events and panel discussions, his warmth and enviable dedication make him a valuable voice in this space. Ranj’s training and experience make him well-qualified to cover a broad range of medical topics and science headlines. Furthermore, being the only TV doctor who specialises in children, young people and families gives Ranj the leading edge in this field.
His expertise makes him the perfect medical spokesperson, and his broader passions and hobbies enable him to give a unique and distinctive insight into any subject. Ranj’s charisma and style have made him a household name amongst children and adults, and his impressive social media following highlights his widespread outreach and appeal.
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