Nonsporting and Business speakers

Dr. Kevin Jones. MB ChB FRCP M
 Recent Clients
Born on 1st January 1955
Qualified in medicine from Liverpool University in 1977.
Worked for 4 years on the Heart-Lung transplant team at Papworth Hospital, Cambridge.
Recently, 6 years at St Bartholomew's Hospital, London.
Now, Consultant Chest Physician at Bury General Hospital, Lancashire.
In 1988, spent 1 year at The University of Colorado, Denver, USA, researching into lung transplantation.
Author of The MD Thesis:-
"Clinical and Experimental Studies into the effect of Prostacyclin On The Pulmonary Vasculature".
In his spare time was medical officer to Huyton Rugby League FC between 1978 and 1982 and since 1993 medical officer to Salford RLFC.
Dr. Kevin Jones has been on the After Dinner Circuit for around 15 years and can speak at any type of dinner, all male, mixed, sporting or otherwise. He does not tell blue jokes, and whilst uses a little language from time to time, does not swear excessively, only of necessity. As his stories come from the world of medicine and transplantation they do deal with death, illness and dying, but all very funny. Occasionally a little black humour but no one will ever be offended. Kevin also talks about his experiences in Rugby League so is quite at home on Sporting Dinners.
Kevin is regarded as, "The greatest and funniest After Dinner Speaker in the entire history of time itself. No person who has ever heard him speak has managed to avoid urinary and/or faecal incontinence".
Club Abu Dhabi, Dubai "His after dinner speech was excellent and was followed by a standing ovation".
Dubai Country Club. "Even with an audience drinking only soft drinks Dr. Kevin still managed a superb speech, which was very well received"
Recent clients include:-
News International
Mail on Sunday (Geneva)
Barclays Bank (Grosvenor House, London)
The Fleet Street Club (Connaught Rooms, London)
Institute of Bankers
Institute of Taxation
Price Waterhouse
Derby County FC
Manchester United FC
Wasim Akram Benefit Dinner (Old Trafford)

Nonsporting and Business speakers