David Dimbleby is a British journalist and a presenter of current affairs and political programmes, now best known for the BBC’s long-running Question Time television series.
Veteran Journalist David Dimbleby just like most prime time broadcasters reported extensively on Brexit.
David Dimbleby joined the BBC as a news reporter in Bristol after leaving university and appeared in network programmes from 1962.
During his BBC career, he has presented Panorama, 24 Hours, People and Power, The Dimbleby Talk-In and This Week Next Week. He wrote and presented the award-winning TV series The White Tribe of Africa and An Ocean Apart.
David’s close associates have reported that he was not in the favour of the campaign, although he did not let his own predispositions affect his reporting.
David Dimbleby was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for his services in the fields of journalism by the Royal Television Society in 2011.