Oliver James was born in 1953. He is a psychologist, television documentary producer and writer.
Biography and Career:
Oliver James attended to Eton College and obtained a degree in Social Anthropology at Cambridge University in 1976. From 1979 to 1982 he worked as a research fellow at Brunel University and after this he was hired to Cassel Hospital from Richmond where he was a clinical psychologist until 1987.
In 1982 he made some TV series for Granada and ITV network about child care, named Under Fives. He did in 1987 some educational series called Sex With Paula and produced by Channel 4. In 1988, he made another series named Men On Violence for LWT and ITV network. He was a co founder of the Tuesday show from ITV that was suggestive named The Man Who Shot J
He was the producer and interviewer of the 44 interviews in Room 113 for the 2 series of the BAFTA -award winning Network 7 youth programs on Channel 4. Room 13 was, based on an audience research, the most popular slots in the programs. At the start of '90 he made a documentary for Channel 4 named Mail on Sunday. Two years later, in 1992 he made 2 films, 2 as a producer and one as a host and producer, for the Crime and Punishment Season, presented by BBC.
Birth Name: Oliver James
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: Why do we like Oliver James?
We like Oliver James because he is a great personality in the psychological domain and because we learn from his theories if we study the modern psychology.
Why is Oliver James famous?
Oliver James is famous because he is a psychologist. He had important contributions to the modern psychology and he wrote some books about a current. He influenced many generations with his ideas.