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BBC
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Jeff Stelling
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Renault 4
(Automobiles)
Ed Miliband
(Politics)
Karren Brady
(Movies & TV)
Alan Sugar
(Business)
 

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Nick Hewer

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Nick Hewer

British former public relations consultant turned television personality, who lives in Northamptonshire, England add

Category: Business

Born in 1944.

Countries: United Kingdom (55%), Mongolia (18%), UK (18%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: BBC, Jeff Stelling, Renault 4

Linked to: Clongowes Wood College, Labour Party, Amstrad, Trinity College Dublin

 

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Nick Hewer was born in 1944 add something


1960

Hewer moved to London in the 1960s add something


1983

His PR company was hired by Amstrad to represent them in 1983 add something


2008

In July 2008, Hewer took part in the charity drive event, the Mongol Rally, in a Renault 4, driving from London to Ulan Bator add something


2010

Alan Sugar - The six-part series began on & BBC One and BBC HD on Wednesday, 12 May 2010, concluding on Thursday, 10 June of the same year, and featured Nick Hewer and Karren Brady as Sugar's advisors


2011

On 16 November 2011, it was announced that Hewer would be the new host of Channel 4 show "Countdown" add something


2012

In January 2012, he replaced Jeff Stelling as the host of the Channel 4 television programme, "Countdown" add something

 

His first show was broadcast on 9 January 2012 add something

 

In July 2012, Hewer presented a four-programme BBC Two series called "The Farm Fixer", where he assisted farmers in Northern Ireland in diversifying add something

 

On 2 November 2012, Hewer received an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from Kingston University recognising his " 'outstanding contribution to business and entrepreneurship' " add something


2013

On 28 August 2013, Hewer was the subject of the BBC One genealogy programme "Who Do You Think You Are-" add something


2014

In July 2014, Hewer co-presented a BBC One documentary series with Mountford called "Nick and Magaret: Too many Immigrants-" which researched the impact of and attitudes towards immigrants in the UK and London add something

 

On 18 December 2014, Hewer revealed that he had decided to leave the show after the tenth series, believing it to be "the appropriate time" add something


2015

In December 2015 Hewer appeared, alongside Margaret Mountford, in BBC's "Celebrity Antiques Road Trip" add something


2017

While appearing on Question Time in 2017 he stated that he has supported the party since Harold Wilson, but was critical of the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn and Ed Milliband add something


2019

In January 2019, he stated that he would no longer vote for Labour, after his "Countdown" co-presenter Rachel Riley received abuse on social media for speaking out against anti-Semitism within the party add something

 

On 1 April 2019 Nick became the President of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists add something