Alex Langlands is a British archaeologist and historian, also known for his work as a presenter of the educational documentary series on British television.
|Born||1978 (age 39–40)|
|Occupation||Historian, BBC Presenter|
|Notable work||BBC Farm series|
Langlands has degrees in medieval archaeology and world archaeology from University College London. He completed a MPhil/PhD in early medieval history and archaeology at the University of Winchester in 2013.
Langlands is currently a Patron of the Heritage Crafts Association.
In 2012 he was a competitor on BBC TV's The Great Sport Relief Bake Off.
In 2016 he co-presented the BBC Two series Victorian Bakers with Annie Gray, a historian, cook, lecturer and writer.
In 2011 he edited an abridged version of Henry Stephens's Book of the Farm, a work used as historical reference for the series Victorian Farm.
From October 2013 to August 2015 he was Lecturer at the University of Winchester.