Bill Dod is a British news anchor, presenter and voiceover artist. He was the lead presenter on the RT UK News Channel based in Westminster, London until July 2021.
Most recently, Bill has recently been the voice of the ITV Network Durex commercials produced by Hogarth Worldwide.
Bill qualified as a teacher at Homerton College, Cambridge. But his first job was working for BBC Local Radio where he hosted numerous shows including news and current affairs morning programme, which he did for 4-years.
He then moved in TV presenting, fronting for ITV before hosting the daytime quizshow Timekeepers for BBC One.
During President Obama’s high profile visit to Moscow, he hosted 12 hours of live programming from Red Square over two days – without autocue, so knows how to deliver and take direction.
A clearly experienced presenter and voiceover artist, Bill’s teaching background and broadcasting career, is evident in his work – he enjoys the role of mentor and trainer in all aspects of media production.
Clients: Aldi, Cornhill Insurance, Durex, and Moben Kitchens and Bathrooms.
Studio: Bill has his own homestudio, but also has local studios with dial-in nearby. His turn-around time is usually 48hours or less and he can also clean/edit the audio too, and deliver via MP3 or WAV.