Jonathan got a law degree and started his media career in local newspapers in Surrey before joining the BBC in 1985 , where he reported for Radio 4’s ‘’Today’’ on the first Gulf War , the fall of the Berlin Wall , human interest stories, and anything to do with music and sport. He also contributed to, and presented , a variety of programmes for Five Live including Up All Night and , in 2009, the Jonathan Maitland show. In the same year he also wrote and presented a series of ‘’Profile’’ programmes for Radio 4.

In the mid 90s he moved to Breakfast News before co-hosting ‘Watchdog’ and ‘Weekend Watchdog’ with Anne Robinson, to audiences of more than 10 million.
He also presented a food series , ‘’The Big Dinner’’, before moving to ITV1 .

For ITV1 he presented the BAFTA nominated ‘’House of Horrors’’ for a decade. He is now the presenter of the channel’s flagship current affairs show ‘’Tonight ’’ – RTS Programme of the Year . He has also hosted three other major ITV1 series : “The Man In The Van” , “Package Holiday Undercover” and the controversial late night political talent show ‘’Vote For Me.”

He’s written five books: the best selling ‘’How To Make Your Million From The Internet (And What To Do If You Don’t )’’; a hugely popular biography of the late Eva Cassidy ; “Flop Idol” ( the story of his wedding band’s attempt to win the Eurovision Song Contest) and “Vote for …Who? (Everything You Wanted To Know About Politics But Were Afraid To Ask.)” . The film rights to his latest book “How to Survive Your Mother” have been bought by ITV. He’s also written for the UK’s leading newspapers , including The Times , Sunday Times, Telegraph, Guardian, Mail, Independent, Mail on Sunday, Standard and Mirror.

He is in his 40s and has 2 step sons . He likes Scrabble , popular music, cricket and golf and supports Charlton Athletic but is not as boring as all this makes him sound.

For further information please contact Sara Cameron on 020 7209 3777