After Dinner & Event Speaker (in association with SpeakOut)
In 2006 Ben Fogle rowed across the Atlantic with James Cracknell, his incredible 50 day adventure was documented on BBC1 and BBC2 and the book 'The Crossing' became a best seller soon after. To follow on from this, Ben has again teamed up with James as they now plan to compete in the race to the South Pole at the end of 2009
His second travel book was published in 2007 and Ben Fogle's career is going from strength to strength. A second series of Ben presenting Extreme Dreams will be coming out on BBC2 in January 2008.
He originally shot to fame when was chosen as one of the volunteers by the BBC to spend the year 2000 marooned on the uninhabited, Outer Hebridean Island of Taransay, as part of the great millennium experiment Castaway 2000, Ben returned to reality as the roving correspondent for a glossy magazine. Assignments took Ben to Japan, the Falklands, Nepal, Zambia, Bali, East Timor, the Arctic Circle and Barbados, and as a regular presenter alongside John Craven and Michaela Strachen on BBC 1's Countryfile.
He went on to co-present BBC 1's Animal Park with Kate Humble, which is now in its fourth series.
Ben has presented numerous other programmes including Big Screen Britain, One man and His Dog, Inside Out, Death By Pets, What Are We Like, the Abyss Interactive, Heaven and Earth, and Holiday and has made numerous TV appearances including So Graham Norton, Celebrity Ready Steady Cook, The Big Read - Battle of the Books, Restoration, The Kumars at No 42 and Rise.
In 2004 Ben beat Eastenders actor Sid Owen in a three round charity boxing match for BBC Sport Relief.
To book Ben Fogle, contact Emkay Entertainments Agency via email@example.com. Alternatively, speak to a booking agent directly on 01506 855 555.