Tim Samuels

Tim Samuels

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Tim Samuels (born 3 October 1975) is an award-winning British documentary filmmaker and broadcaster. Samuels formed older people's rock group The Zimmers for a BBC documentary and is a regular presenter on BBC television and radio in the UK. He is frequently referred to as a younger British Michael Moore, but without the political agenda. Samuels has won three Royal Television Society awards and best documentary at the World Television Festival in Banff.

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Tim Samuels was born in Manchester, the son of acclaimed photographer Sefton Samuels. He attended Manchester Grammar School and the University of St Andrews. Samuels' first foray in journalism came at the age of 13 when he interviewed Morrissey, the former lead singer of The Smiths. The interview took place at the home of the then teenage Samuels. At the University of St Andrews he rebranded the student newspaper, The Chronicle, as The Saint, taking it on to win the Guardian Student Newspaper of the Year award. He supports Manchester City.

Samuels joined the BBC as a news trainee after university. He spent a number of years as an investigative correspondent for the...
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