Formerly a systems analyst and engineering presenter, Angela fronts the STEM project – encouraging interest in science, maths and technology.
Angela Lamont is a television and radio presenter, writer and conference host. Her area of speciality is IT and science. Known for quirky, science-with-a smile programmes, Angela presents complex subjects with a sense of humour and a down-to-earth style.
Graduating as a systems analyst, Angela entered industry and worked in IT. But her career path changed dramatically when she was selected to tour the country, presenting the prestigious Faraday Lecture. Her success resulted in her being offered a presenting job for the BBC.
Angela has gone on to make over a hundred appearances on television and radio. For the BBC she presented Science Fix, The Physical World and It’ll Never Work. The latter won BAFTA and RTS Awards. For Channel Five, she presented The Fragile Planet. Her numerous radio credits include The Network, a series of techno-cultural programmes about how IT and the internet affect our culture. Ground Control, for Radio 4, follows large engineering projects from start to finish and The Fountain of Youth, for 5 Live, explored the lengths some will go to to delay the ageing process.
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I’m constantly impressed with Angela’s industriousness. She’s a fastidious researcher and she always seems to have a genuine interest in the topic. My clients re-book her again and again – that says everything. JLA Agent Ben Arnold