Other noteable appearances

Timmy has made other noteable appearances on and leant his infectious personality to a number of programmes and events.

Channel 4 Roadshow
Timmy starred as the host of this
promotional roadshow around the UK.

CITV Awards
During the 80s when Children’s ITV presenters rotated on a monthly basis, Timmy presented the links between the programmes from on a farm.
Click here to view the video.

Timmy played his first pantomime dame role in a huge dress handing out awards like hot dinners! In the animal of the year awards he was an eccentric explorer! Here we can see him with Shannon from Home and Away, Art Attack’s Neil Bucchanan and Rebel from the Gladiators. Timmy has won many awards in his career including awards from the TV Times and Look In for top TV presenter.

BBC Schools
Timmy has presented a number of schools programmes. This was a series asking how do we know what we believe? Do we always have to see things to believe them? It raised a number of difficult questions and dealt with them in an intriguing way for children.

Timmy has made other noteable appearances on and leant his infectious personality to a number of programmes and events.

Channel 4

Channel 4

Channel 4 Roadshow
Timmy starred as the host of this promotional roadshow around the UK.
CITV

CITV

CITV
During the 80s when Children’s ITV presenters rotated on a monthly basis, Timmy presented the links between the programmes from on a farm.
CITV Awards
Click here to view the video.Timmy played his first pantomime dame role in a huge dress handing out awards like hot dinners! In the animal of the year awards he was an eccentric explorer! Here we can see him with Shannon from Home and Away, Art Attack’s Neil Bucchanan and Rebel from the Gladiators. Timmy has won many awards in his career including awards from the TV Times and Look In for top TV presenter.
BBC Schools

BBC Schools

Timmy has presented a number of schools programmes. This was a series asking how do we know what we believe? Do we always have to see things to believe them? It raised a number of difficult questions and dealt with them in an intriguing way for children.

Yorkshire Television

Yorkshire Television

Presented a series for ITV on popular books of ghost stories.
Noel's House Party

Noel’s House Party

Timmy was one of Noel’s first gotcha victims when he was left in a taxi that the driver had crashed while supposedly selling it! Noel was chased down the street with the mallet for his pains! Strangely enough, Timmy had spotted the camera in the car, but it never registered because why would there be a camera in a taxi? Now he always checks as he gets in!
Oxford Road Show A pop show from BBC Manchester’s Oxford Road studios. Timmy’s job was to set the competition and to step in when the pop act presenters needed help, which was all the time!
Music Box Timmy was a VJ on the original MTV – Music Box which played great videos all over Europe. They released a record called Back to the Rythym. Favourite moments were interviewing Meat Loaf and doing the Europe wide chart countdown.
Watercolour Challenge Timmy was a guest judge in a regional final of the popular art series.
The 30 minute programme aired on Channel 4 in 1999.
Night Fever Timmy performed his number one┬áhit, ‘Itsy Bitsy’ on the Christmas special, and has made several guest appearances including a memorable duet with the boxer Jane Crouch – singing ‘Wild Thing!’
Channel 5, 1999.
Young Person’s Guide to Becoming a Rockstar Timmy played the part of children’s agony uncle, Uncle Christopher, on the fictitous show – ‘Saturday WOW!’ Timmy came off worse in a moving scene with ‘Wullie’ the drummer.
Channel 4, 1998.
Utterly Brilliant Timmy hosted 3 series of this popular ITV show which was based on Timmy’s catch phrase. Devised by producer Patrick Titley each series looked at ways to learn how to be utterly brilliant at different skills. Things like lindy hop dancing, unusual musical instruments, cartooning skills, and kite flying. Each show would feature the talents of an expert and by the end of each show Timmy would be a champion (or nearly!) too. Funniest moments included building sand castles on Weymouth beach in October and the awful occasion when the expert acrobat knocked herself out on the metal set.
Yorkshire TV, 1989 – 1991
Children’s ITV During the 80s when Children’s ITV presenters rotated on a monthly basis, Timmy presented the links between the programmes from on a farm.
ITV, 1985
Questions Timmy has presented a number of schools programmes. This was a series asking how do we know what we believe? Do we always have to see things to believe them? It raised a number of difficult questions and dealt with them in an intriguing way for children.
BBC Schools
Book Tower Presented a series for ITV on popular books of ghost stories.
Yorshire Television