Male Presenters

Jolyon Rubinstein

In 2013 Jolyon picked up a BAFTA for his BBC3 programme The Revolution Will Be Televised.

The series, produced by Hat Trick Productions turns the spotlight on politicians, self-obsessed celebrities and bonus-guzzling bankers. He, with his friend and comedy partner Heydon Prowse, brought their unique and fairly particular brand of humour to a broader TV audience. The show, described as Trigger Happy TV meets Newsnight, was first broadcast in 2012 to rave reviews.

The second series of The Revolution Will Be Televised hit screens in 2013 and the third broadcast in 2014. 

In 2015 both Jolyon and Heydon also created & starred in "Revolution Presents: Democracy Dealers", a spin off of The Revolution Will Be Televised again with Hat Trick, for BBC3. 

Jolyon's most recent TV work in 2015, An Idiots Guide to Politics, was broadcast on BBC3 and produced by Renegade Pictures. Through a series of pranks, stunts and some very serious interviews, Jolyon attemps to understand what it is that is disengaging the younger generation from Politics. 

Before TV, Jolyon starred in the viral video Can I Be Your Friend? - Created for the ENO production of ‘Two Boys’, the viral peaked at no 2 in the UK for over 7 days, peaked at 5th globally and reached 1,000,000 views in less than two weeks. 

Jolyon is also an expereinced producer. 

Twitter: @JolyonRubs



2015 – Artsnight – (Contributor) – BBC2

2015 - Revolution Presents: Democracy Dealers - (Writer and actor) Hattrick for BBC3 

2015 - An Idiots Guide to Politics - (Writer and actor) Renegade pictures for BBC3 

2015 - Sky News (guest) - Sky News 

2015 - BBC News at 5 with Huw Edwards (guest) - BBC News 

2015 - This Week (guest) - BBC1 

2015 - The O'Brien Show (guest) - ITV 

2013 - Sweat The Small Stuff (panellist) - Talkback Thames for BBC3

2012 - 2015 The Revolution Will Be Televised – Series 1 - 3 - (writer and actor) Hat Trick for BBC3


2015 - Jason Mohammad Show - (guest) - BBC Radio Wales

2014 - Revolution Special - A Radio Doc for BBC6music 


2013 BAFTA for Best Comedy Programme for The Revolution Will Be Televised

2013 Broadcast Digital Award for Best Entertainment Programme for The Revolution Will Be Televised

2012 Revolution Awards - Finalist for Can I Be Your Friend?

2012 New Media Age Award - Finalist for Can I Be Your Friend?

2011 Gold Lovie Award for Branded Content for Don’t Panic Online