Charlie Brocket is an author, television presenter and journalist specialising in travel, adventure and cars. His television career began as a contestant in I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here in 2004 and since then he has presented reality shows including Bad Lads' Army and Scream If You Want To Get Off. He has also appeared in numerous other programmes, and more recently on Dangerous Adventures For Boys for Channel 5.
His autobiography Call Me Charlie reached no 3 in the bestseller lists and he had 2 Top Twenty hits Jungle Rock and In The Summertime with The Jungle Boys (Mike Reed, Razor Ruddock and Charlie Brocket) with all proceeds going to charity.
He has recently travelled around the Mediterranean on a Harley-Davidson (Electra Glide Ultra Classic) riding 10,000 miles visiting many of the World Heritage Sites along the way, travelling from London, through France, Spain, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Macedonia, Serbia, Kosovo, Bosnia, Montenegro, Croatia, Italy and back to London.
All proceeds from the trip went to CLIC Sargent, the UK's leading cancer charity http://www.justgiving.com/lordbrocket.
Charlie's promise to veterans of Bletchley Park, the code breaking centre, to record their vital role in a documentary led to him producing a treatment in January 2009 for the BBC. Filming started soon afterwards resulting in the documentaries being screened in 2011/2012.
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