TV presenter and military historian Saul David is one of the most prominent history specialists working on British television; making regular appearances and hosting shows on all the biggest UK TV channels David is one of the most easily recognizable TV personalities in the history field.
Main TV presenter for the BBC series Bullets Boots and Bandages and frequently appearing as the military specialist for the channel’s flagship series Timewatch Saul David has become a household name and an incredibly popular TV personality.
Alongside his work as a TV presenter Saul David is a prolific author; ranging in theme from historical fiction, with his bestselling Zulu Hart, to series military history non-fiction including The Homicidal Earl: The Life of Lord Cardigan (1997), and The Indian Mutiny: 1857 (2002).
Outside his work as a TV presenter Saul David is the Professor of War Studies at Buckinghamshire University; he frequently works as an after dinner speaker and gives talks on the historical and armed forces related subjects he is most passionate about. He has given the keynote speech at several major literary festivals and worked as both an academic and after dinner speaker at events for the Imperial War Museum, the National Army Museum and to representatives of the Defence Industry at the Royal Artillery’s annual dinner.
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