Julia is a leading TV presenter, best known for BBC's Countryfile, which she co-presented alongside Matt Baker from 2009 until March 2014, when she decided to move on to pastures new.
Julia’s impressive portfolio of presenting posts includes a five year stint on the BBC consumer affairs programme Watchdog, a posting to Los Angeles as Hollywood correspondent for GMTV, as well as hosting the launch of Channel 5 in 1997, before going on to present Exclusive! for the same channel. She has also been a TV travel journalist, presenting Wish You Were Here for ITV1 and more recently the Rough Guide for Channel 5.
In addition to Countryfile, Julia has fronted other rural-themed programmes, including The Great British Countryside and Wainwright Walks, a stunning BBC Four series shot in the Lake District, which saw Julia re-tread the footsteps of legendary fell-walker Alfred Wainwright. This led to her presenting a number of other walking-themed series for the BBC, including Railway Walks, Canal Walks, Julia Bradbury's Icelandic Walk and South Africa Walks
Other TV work includes Accidental Heroes (BBC1), Are We Being Served? (BBC1), Kill It, Cook It, Eat It (BBC3), That's Britain! (BBC1) and Keeping Britain Safe 24/7 (BBC1).
Julia supported the Children in Need charity appeal when she participated, alongside Matt Baker, in a unique globetrotting experience, Around the World in 80 Days (BBC1). Her efforts for Children in Need raised over £15,000. She is also an ambassador to several charities including the Scout Association, Oxfam Trailtrekker and Marie Curie.
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- Actor, Writer, presenter on Bang Goes the Theory, and The Gadget Show
- Travel presenter, A Place in the Sun, Home or Away? .
- Host of the popular satirical programme, 'Chat Room’