A TV presenter, musician and writer, Clemency is a regular face on BBC2’s Culture Show and The BBC Proms. She has also fronted BBC’s Young Musician Of The Year 2010, Leeds International Piano Competition 2009 (BBC4), Visionaries (BBC World) and Mission: Madagascar (Sky).
Clemency has been a guest on news and current affairs programmes, and of live events, of every nature, as a chair, host, speaker and panellist. She has been a judge for, and presented an award at, the Amnesty Media Awards in both 2009 and 2010, as well as presenting an award at the Film Critics Circle Awards in 2008. Clemency has also been a regular interviewer, panel chair and performer at the Hay Festival for the past six years.
Alongside the more mainstream events, Clemency has been involved in high-profile engagements, such as chairing the IPPR (Institute for Public Policy Research) panel event at the Liberal Democrat Party Conference on ‘Renewing Democracy: Are We Bovvered’ (2008). Similarly, in the same year, she chaired the ‘Renewing Democracy’ panel event at the Conservative Party conference. Clemency has been a keynote speaker at both Oxford University’s and Cambridge University’s Unions.Her beauty, intellect, experience and charm makes Clemency the perfect option for any event.
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