John Nichol - TV Presenter

Since leaving the Royal Air Force in 1997 John Nichol has been involved in a number of TV roles. He has been a consultant and presenter for BBC, Sky & ITV news, Cutting Edge and World In Action and filmed documentaries and lifestyle programmes for all of the major channels:

WHAT THE DAMBUSTERS DID NEXT (Channel 5 & National Geographic) A ground-breaking two hour documentary charting the untold story and incredible history of the RAF’s famous 617 Squadron after their iconic WW2 mission to breach the German dams.
BATTLE OF BRITAIN 75 (Sky News) A Sky News special feature with the handful of surviving Battle Of Britain veterans.
HEROES (GMTV) A 5 part series highlighting the incredible work and extraordinary courage of some of the nation's rescue workers like the RNLI, First Response & Mountain Rescue.
SURVIVORS – 2 series (ITV) Devised and presented by John Nichol, a series of six half-hour programmes. Frank, intimate and revealing conversations with people who have experienced life changing events including model Heather Mills, IRA victim Colin Parry, mountaineer Chris Bonnington and war veteran Simon Weston. More than an interview; an exchange of experiences and lessons learnt.
Gulf War 25 Years on (Sky News) A Sky News special marking the 25th anniversary of the 1991 Gulf War.
JOHN NICHOL FLIES.....(Discovery) Travels in aviation around the world from California to South Africa & Moscow.
HOLIDAY (BBC) World-wide holiday experiences with the established BBC travel show.
AIRSHOW WORLD - 4 series (ITV & Discovery) 26 x l hr programmes exploring the spectacle and magic of airshows around the globe.
CHANGED LIVES (BBC) 10 years after the Gulf War what was the legacy left for some of those touched by the conflict? Interviews with former Prime Minister John Major, widows and veterans.
REALLY USEFUL SHOW (BBC) Consumer checking the weekend activities available through the small ads. Everything from llama trekking on the South Downs, falconing in Scotland and quad biking in Wales.
CUTTING EDGE (CH4) The search for the truth surrounding the 1994 crash of an RAF helicopter which claimed the lives of 29 RAF/MI5 personnel. Had the MOD told the truth?
NEWSNIGHT (BBC) How had the military's attitude to the press changed from WWI to the present day?
RESCUERS (REGIONAL) Working with the men and women of the volunteer rescue services who give up their time and money to save the lives of others. A six part series looking at various organisations including mountain rescue teams and the mines rescue service.
WORLD IN ACTION (ITV) A journey behind the political and media hype to uncover the truth surrounding Iraq's chemical and biological weapons capability.
DUXFORD 98 (REGIONAL) The celebrations surrounding the 60th anniversary of the legendary spitfire.
CITY KIDS (REGIONAL) A day out with a group of deprived, inner city children on an outward bound course. Would they react as a team when put under pressure?
BREAKFAST NEWS (BBC) A look behind the headlines at the viability of military action in the Persian Gulf.
TRACKS (BBC) Exploring the desolate moors of Derbyshire's peak district.
GOOD STUFF (ITV) Film reviews for the London arts & entertainment magazine show.