Hardeep Singh Kohli

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Hardeep Singh Kohli (born 23 January 1969) is a British writer and radio and television presenter.


Kohli was born in London and moved to Glasgow in Scotland when he was four. His parents came to the UK from India in the 1960s. The family's roots lie in the Punjab. His mother was a social worker, and his father a teacher, then a property landlord. His first school was Hillhead Primary School in the West End of Glasgow, after which he attended Meadowburn Primary.

At age eight, he moved to St. Aloysius College, a private Roman Catholic school in central Glasgow. Kohli gained eight As in his O-grades, and four As and a B in his Highers. He then studied Law at the University of Glasgow.

While studying, Kohli managed a few restaurants and began working as an usher at the Citizens Theatre.



After graduating, he joined the BBC Scotland graduate production trainee scheme. He moved to BBC Television Centre, London to direct children's TV, and Janet Street Porter's series Reportage. He directed It'll Never Work, which won awards from the Royal Television Society and BAFTA.

Kohli left the corporation in 1996 to begin working...
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