Evan Harold Davis is an English economist, journalist, and presenter for the BBC. Since autumn 2018, he has been the lead presenter of PM on BBC Radio 4. He has presented Dragons' Den since 2005. In October 2001, Davis took over from Peter Jay as the BBC's economics editor. He left this post in April 2008 to become a presenter on BBC Radio 4's Today programme. In September 2014, he left Today to become the main presenter of Newsnight, replacing Jeremy Paxman, a position he held for four years.
|Born:||Evan Harold Davis, April 08, 1962, Malvern, Worcestershire, England|
|Alma mater:||St John's College, Oxford, Harvard University|
|Occupation:||Journalist and TV presenter|
|Notable credit(s):||Dragons' Den (2005—), PM (2018–), Today (2008–2014), Newsnight (2014–2018)|
|Title:||Economics Editor of BBC News (2001–2008)|
|Twitter:||Evan Davis's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Evan Davis's IMDb|
About Evan Davis
British economist and journalist who became the economics editor for the BBC in 2001 and presented on the shows Dragons' Den and The Bottom Line.
He attended St John's College, Oxford and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
His first book on economics, Public Spending, was published in 1998. He published a second book in 2011.
He was in a committed relationship with his partner, Guillaume Baltz.
He and fellow journalist Terry Wogan garnered attention for crossing picket lines during a strike at the BBC in 2005.
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