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Hardeep Singh Kohli

Hardeep Singh Kohli is a British writer and radio and television presenter.In 2007, Kohli had a three-part series on Channel 4’s £50 Says You'll Watch This, and in the years 2006, 2007, and 2009 he appeared on Question Time. He has also occasionally presented on television shows Newsnight Review, Saturday Live on BBC Radio 4 and Loose Ends. Kohli has written for The Guardian and The Independent, as well as a column for Scotland... Read more >>

Hardeep Singh Kohli

Hardeep Singh Kohli Overview

Hardeep Singh Kohli is a British writer and radio and television presenter.

After joining the BBC Scotland graduate production trainee scheme, he moved to BBC Television Centre in London to direct children's TV and Janet Street Porter's series Reportage. He directed the TV show It'll Never Work, which won awards from the Royal Television Society and BAFTA.

In 1996, Kohli began his independent career. He wrote, directed and starred in Channel 4's Meet the Magoons in 2004, which was entered for a Golden Rose at the Montreux Comedy Festival. Kohli has presented the documentary In Search of the Tartan Turban, which won a Children's BAFTA, and produced Channel 4 daytime schools series, Hardeep Does... In 2007, Kohli had a three-part series on Channel 4’s £50 Says You'll Watch This, and in the years 2006, 2007, and 2009 he appeared on Question Time. He has also occasionally presented on television shows Newsnight Review, Saturday Live on BBC Radio 4 and Loose Ends. He has also featured on a celebrity edition of The Apprentice to raise money for charity, has appeared on Gordon Ramsay: Cook Along Live and took part in the first series of BBC One's Celebrity MasterChef programme. In June 2009 Kohli was one of five volunteers who took part in a BBC series of three programmes Famous, Rich and Homeless about living penniless on the streets of London.

Kohli has written for The Guardian and The Independent, as well as a column for Scotland on Sunday between 2007 and 2009 and a book about food and travel in India entitled Indian Takeaway.
 

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