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Evan Davis presents the Today Programme on BBC Radio 4, Dragon’s Den on BBC 2 and The Bottom Line, broadcast on the BBC’s domestic and international news services.
Davis was the BBC’s economics editor from 2001-2008.
Prior to this he worked as a economics editor on BBC Two’s Newsnight programme from 1997 to 2001. Evan joined the BBC in 1993 as an economics correspondent.

Evan has won several awards including the Work Foundation’s Broadcast Journalist of the Year award in 1998, 2001 and 2003, and the Harold Wincott Business Broadcaster of the Year award in 2002.

Name? EVAN DAVIS Age? 43 Where are you from? BROUGHT UP IN ASHTEAD, SURREY. BORN IN MALVERN WORCESTERSHIRE How did you get started in broadcasting? I WORKED FOR AN ECONOMIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE AND A BBC PRODUCER CALLED, ASKING IF I COULD ACT AS A MOCK…

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