JULES Hudson is a much-loved archaeologist and TV star.
The presenter is back on the box on Channel 5’s Summer on the Farm.
Who is Jules Hudson?
Born on January 9, 1970, Jules is best known for presenting the BBC series Escape to the Country.
Hudson took a master’s degree in archaeology at Durham university.
Over the last decade, Jules has become a beloved figure on British television paving his way as an engaging and versatile writer and broadcaster.
Jules Hudson is a Summer on the Farm presenterCredit: ©Adam Fradgley
The presenter’s interest in the countryside, the environment, archaeology, and architecture has brought him great success.
Jules Hudson initially pursued a career as an army officer, before moving into TV production in 1996, focusing on historical programmes.
What TV shows has Jules Hudson presented?
Jules’ debut in the TV world happened in 2007 when he hosted the show called Escape to the Country.
His popularity increased when he started presenting the show called Cash in the Celebrity Attic in 2008 and Britain’s Empty Homes in 2010.
Since then he hosted several other TV series such as Country Tracks (2011), Mastermind (2011), The Alan Titchmarsh Show (2012), Dive WWII: Our Secret History (2013), and Restoring England’s Heritage (2013).
Who is Jules Hudson’s wife Tania Fitzgerald?
Hudson lives in his Hereford home with his wife Tania Fitzgerald.
Not much is known about the star’s wife or how they met, but fans do know that the pair tied the knot on 25 June 2016.
Jules, with a love of military history, had a Second World War jeep as a wedding car.
They live in Hertfordshire with their young son, Jack.
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