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Jules is one of the most renowned and respected hosts in the world of video games, as well as an accomplished live host covering music and entertainment content. They are the host of new CBBC show Game On Grandparents, BBC's Top Gear Gaming Show and also Gran Turismo.
In 2021, Jules hosted the first ever Witchercon where they interviewed the cast of the Netflix series and the makers of the game. In 2020 their podcast series This Game Changed My Life launched on BBC Sounds and in 2021 was nominated for an ARIA.
Everyone from the BBC to BAFTA, Xbox to PlayStation – all trust Julia to bring their content to gamers from across the globe. They have also worked for 4Music, Channel 5, BBC 3, Bravo, Challenge TV, BBC Radio 1, Radio 2, Radio 4, Radio 5 Live, BAFTA, Vice, The Guardian, The Mirror, Very.co.uk, Xbox, Playstation, Eurogamer, SBTV, BBC Earth.
As someone who is obsessed with fitness, they have established their own fitness brand, Game to Train. Through their YouTube channel and Game to Train's Instagram page, they posts their training regimes which are in the style of moves from popular games to make working out more fun.
Originally starting in music TV, Jules has worked hosting content from all different genres, to anchoring the biggest amateur boxing match between the world's biggest YouTuber's Logan Paul and the KSI to being Sky News' and Very.co.uk's go-to everywoman tech expert.
Having hosted and scripted two video game TV shows for Bravo and then Challenge TV, Jules then became Radio 1's gaming presenter. Fronting all gaming TV content for iPlayer on 'The Gaming Show,' as well as covering all of their gaming content for live on air.
Jules’ relationship with Radio 1 was bolstered further when they were asked to dep for Early Breakfast shows over Xmas, moving them away from solely gaming at Radio 1 and onto another exciting path.
Jules also provides consultancy to brands and channels who want to create unique gaming or e-sports content having fronted BBC Three's mainstream e-sports content several times.
Jules is one of the leading voices for raising awareness for women's treatment within the gaming community (a previously notoriously toxic and dangerous environment for women) which led them to create a blog called Misogyny Monday to call out some of the more disgusting comments that they would receive and turn it into something positive.
The popularity of that blog led to them being invited to Canada to do a TEDx talk on sexism which was performed to a crowd of over 1300 people and was simultaneously the best/most challenging experience of their life. (If you'd like to watch it in full, click on the REELS tab and scroll across.)
Jules is also a hugely public mental health advocate as they have suffered from depression their whole adult life and a keen supporter of The Alzheimer's Society due to their mum's condition.