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Jules

Hudson

Jules is perhaps best known as the leading face of the BBC’s hit property series, Escape to the Country, which he joined in 2007. His passion for the countryside has also been taken up by the BBC’s flagship rural affairs show Countryfile. His enthusiastic, adaptable and hands-on approach allows him to cover a wide range of subjects from science and history to wildlife and current affairs.

Jules’s interest in historic buildings and design underpins the BBC’s renovation series, Britain’s Empty Homes, whilst his lifelong passion for military history came to the fore in BBC1s more hit Dig 1940. Commemorating the 70th anniversary of 1940, this three-part series provided Jules with his first solo primetime break and was a rating winner.

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Jules began his professional life as a Field Archaeologist and has travelled and worked in some of the most demanding countries across the world. His TV career began in 1996, working in production.

Over the years that followed he worked behind the camera on a wide range of programming from C4's Time Team to BBC2'ss Horizon and numerous military history series alongside Professor Richard Holmes.

Jules developed and presented the...

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