Craig is the main Anchor for BT Sports Live Aviva Premiership and European Rugby coverage. He also presents the channels flagship magazine show, Rugby Tonight. He is at the forefront of their MotoGP coverage. Craig also hosts ITV's Rugby World Cup coverage and is also well-known in the motorsport world for his television work at the Isle of Man TT Races for ITV.
At the start of his career Craig went to St Patrick’s College where he studied Sociology and History. He then went on to complete a postgraduate study at the London College of Printing earning him a diploma in Broadcast Journalism. During this time he became a staff reporter producer with BBC Local Radio, working his way up as a News and Sport Presenter on BBC Radio Suffolk.
In 1995 he presented both, Disney Club a children’s magazine show with guests and Disney Road Hog, a show filmed in a different location every week. He spent three years as a presenter on Tomorrow’s World, the BBC One TV Science programme at this time also doing many appearances as Guest Interviewer on BBC Radio 4’s Midweek, contributing also to Holiday, Summer Holiday, Fasten Your Seatbelts, Holidays Out and Shoestring.
From 2000, sport featured largely in Craig’s career appearing as guest presenter on Football Focus and Wimbledon 2000, BBC Sports Presenter on British Superbikes, reporter at the FA Cup and anchor of Six Nations Rugby, Horse Racing and Golf. Along with this hectic schedule Craig also appeared as guest presenter on BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Music Live. He was also the main presenter on Sunday Grandstand on BBC2, presenter of The World’s Worst Weather on ITV1, BBC Presenter on Rugby, Golf, Triathlon and host of the Saturday Morning Show on Capital Radio.
Craig’s distinct presentation style led to a move from the BBC to ITV in 2008. He was the main rugby anchor in ITV Sport, as well as covering their main tennis and motor racing events. He joined the team on ITV's Lorraine as an investigative reporter and is also the travel expert on ITV's This Morning. He also presents ITV4’s coverage of the Isle of Man TT. In 2011, Craig presented the RNLI series Mayday Mayday. The series followed the volunteers of the RNLI as they take part in real life rescues up and down the British coastline.
In Ireland Craig presented Tonight with Craig Doyle on RTÉ One in 2010, a Saturday night show with an array of A-List guests every week. Craig presented Now That's What You Called News for RTÉ over the Christmas at the end of 2011. Craig went on to take the infamous anchor seat on The Panel on RTÉ One. After that he became the presenter for a new live chat show called The Social from November 2011 which returned to screens in 2012 as Craig Doyle Live. He presented two series of Craig Doyle Live on RTÉ Two, a late night chat show. Craig interviewed guests from the world of entertainment, music and sport in his inimitable style, with comedians and well-known personalities also on hand for a bit of banter and an irreverent look at the events of the day. Previously he also produced and presented Ireland's Richest for RTÉ Television.
Craig is a successful triathlete having completed his first event in 2006 and representing Ireland at the World Championships in Germany a year later.
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