The new look Ski Sunday is now a primetime BBC2 magazine show with items on the latest adrenaline sports which Graham tries every programme including ice diving and airborne sports, together with giving celebrities master classes and items investigating the cultural and historical side to the mountains. Graham has covered winter sports for BBC Grandstand and Eurosport for a number of years. He also presents Triathlon for the BBC and Cycling for ITV as well as being a passionate amateur competitor in both disciplines himself.
Graham competed in the return of BBC 1's 'Superstars', against some of the country's top sportsmen, including current athletes he achieved an admirable first place amongst the veteran competitors and an overall fourth.
An Olympian, Graham is one of the best skiers this country has ever known. He and his brother Martin dominated the skiing world until they retired from competition. He is now an experienced and accomplished presenter. He and his young family made a few reports for ITV's 'Wish You Were Here', reviewing lots of different types of holidays. He also presented 'Britain's Best Breaks' looking at holidays around the UK for several series.
Until recently Graham held the prestigious title of International Performance Director for The Ski and Snowboard Federation and is the patron of The British Ski Academy. Graham is internationally admired and has done an enormous amount promoting skiing and winter sports, encouraging young people into this area. He is still very much involved with British teams coaching and motivating them. He is also on the National Olympic committee.
An experienced journalist too, Graham has written articles for The Sunday Times, Financial Times, Daily Mail Ski magazine, and he has his own column in Ski & Board Magazine.
As one of this country's only successful skiers, Graham has given motivational talks to companies such as St James Partnership, Thomas Cook and Paul Mitchell, where he used the psychology of sport to illustrate how one can overcome business problems. As a former team captain he is used to inspiring a winning attitude amongst audiences. Achieving goals even under the worse conditions is possible if you put your mind to it. He is also a humorous and charming after dinner speaker.
Graham is very competitive and loves all sports; the more dangerous the better but he does enjoy relaxing with his young family and music and films. Graham likes to cook and says he plays the guitar badly! A lover of gadgets and gizmos as well as science and physics.