Amanda Parr

Amanda Parr worked with the old ‘Breakfast with Frost’ team, at BBC Radio Five Live, ITN, and in local radio.  Amanda’s long-standing obsession with history began whilst studying English at the University of Bristol.  Amanda earned a first class degree.  Amanda Parr specialised in the stories of Arthurian legend, and the lives and writings of the Anglo Saxons.

Amanda Parr presented alongside Alan Titchmarsh, combing the countryside for clues to our past in the acclaimed series, ‘British Isles a Natural History. This programme ignited her passion for archaeology - and she's now studying for a masters in archaeology at the University of Bristol.
Another successful series to Amanda's credit is ‘Seven Natural Wonders’ aired nationally on BBC2 – where Amanda shot through some of the most fascinating and beautiful parts of the countryside in Kayaks, boats and helicopters, capturing it's magic from every possible angle.

Amanda also presented a series of six short films which delved into the natural history called ‘Age of History’.

Amanda has just become an archaeologist - having received a Distinction in her MA.

Amanda is much in demand as a speaker and host.



For further information on Amanda Parr or for Amanda's availability please call Amanda Parr's booking team on 01792 536120 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it