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Mark Watson to host SHD Logistics Awards

Mark Watson to host SHD Logistics Awards

“I’ve been happily married for four years – out of a total of 10.” Mark Watson

 

Katherine Ryan has officially pulled-out as host of the SHD Logistics Awards and been replaced by Edinburgh comedy Award winner Mark Watson. It is not yet known why Katherine wriggled out of the logistics industry’s night of the year but the team at SHD Logistics suspect - "she got a better offer."

Mark Watson is one of the UK’s leading live comedians, as well as a writer, producer and director. Nominated twice for the main Edinburgh Comedy award (first with the Cambridge Footlights, and winning the award the second time) Mark’s brand of intelligent observation, friendly banter, and endearing frustration with the world engages and entertains in equal measure.

A TV and radio regular, Mark has appeared on almost every panel show going from Have I Got News… and Mock the Week to 8 Out of 10 Cats and Would I Lie To You. He’s also appeared on This Week, Live at the Apollo, and celebrity editions of Mastermind and Pointless. He travelled around Brazil with fellow comic Henning Wehn on a football oddessy in Road to Rio, hosted his own surreal take on the celebrity game show in We Need Answers, and fronted sports panel show Mark Watson Kicks Off. On radio, he’s a regular on Radio 4 panel shows, and hosted two series of Mark Watson Makes the World Substantially Better, as well as series of Mark Watson's Live Address to the Nation and Mark Watson Talks About Life.

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