Gareth Jones (presenter)
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Gareth Jones with his girlfriend in 2003
5 July 1961 |
St Asaph, Wales, United Kingdom
|Other names||Gaz Top|
|Occupation||Television presenter (retired)|
Best known for his work as a presenter of children's television and science programmes such as How 2 or Get Fresh, he has more recently moved to presenting motorsport podcasts and directing and producing programmes.
|2005 – present||Presenter/Producer||"Gareth Jones On Speed" (Part-time podcast)|
|2005–2006||Pit Lane reporter||A1 Grand Prix worldwide TV feed|
|2004||Presenter||Speed Sunday ITV1|
|2002–2004||Director||Gamepad on Bravo|
|1996||Presenter||It's Not Just Saturday|
|1996–2001||Presenter||The Big Bang|
|1990–1991||Presenter||The Children's Channel|
|1986 - 1988 (as Gaz Top)||Presenter||Get Fresh|
|1985 - 1986 (as Gaz Top)||Presenter||Music Box|
|1984 (as Gaz Top)||Presenter||BMX BEAT|
|1979-1985 (as Gaz Top)||Roadie||The Alarm, and, briefly, U2|
- The Right Address "Gareth Jones is one of the best known television presenters of factual and children's programmes in Great Britain."
- Gareth 'Gaz Top' Jones, BBC
- B3TA : INTERVIEWS : GARETH JONES AKA GAZ TOP b3ta.com, "Gareth Jones, better known as Gaz Top"
- Gaz Top to present ECTS awards ceremony gamesindustry.biz, "partner and co-presenter Violet Berlin", "from HOW 2 to a stint as an MTV VJ"
- Biography at the IMDb
- FAQ at Jones's official web site
- Growing up: Gareth Jones BBC, "my old school, Ysgol Gwenffrwd in Holywell"
- Alan Moore interviewed on Get Fresh YouTube video clip of Gareth Jones interviewing
- Gareth Jones' official website
- Gareth Jones at the Internet Movie Database
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