Enjoy ex-doctor Paul Sinha's beautifully crafted one-liners, along with a fund of anecdotes from his experiences with patients and bureaucracy, at The Logistics Awards on 21 September 2017.
After turning to stand-up as a break from his studies whilst he was a junior doctor, Paul Sinha went on to become both a practising GP and an Edinburgh’s comedy award nominee. Paul’s wonderfully relaxed, friendly story-telling style combines wry observations on life and the world with beautifully crafted one-liners from his experiences with patients and bureaucracy.
Having now forsaken doctoring, Paul is frequently heard on Radio 4 and 5Live displaying his knowledge, passion and wit on current affairs and sport - especially cricket and football - on everything from his own documentary features to The News Quiz, Just A Minute, The Now Show, Fighting Talk and Yes It’s The Ashes. He wrote and hosted his own documentary for Radio 4, The Sinha Test in which he looked at the intertwining of sport and nationality, a theme he revisited for the Olympics in 2012 in The Sinha Games. He also presented his History Revision series which took on the more unusual, yet telling aspects of history.
A quiz obsessive (and a regular fixture in the UK’s top 20 best quizzers) Paul realised a lifelong dream by appearing on special editions of both University Challenge and Mastermind. He appears as a ‘chaser’ on ITV’s popular quiz show The Chase (where Paul is known as ‘The Sinnerman’). As well as participating in televised and pub quizzes, he writes and hosts them. He’s also a published writer with his first book The Real British Citizenship Test: What You
Really Need to Know to be a UK Citizen taking a comic look at British identity and stereotypes. Paul made headlines when he offered Gordon Brown some tips on how to keep his jokes fresh.
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Venue: Grange St. Paul's Hotel
Date: Thursday 21 September 2017
Entry to Awards opens: 3 March 2017
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