Dominic Littlewood is the presenter of the BBC’s Dom Delivers and Dom Digs In. He also presented Dom Does America and Caught Red Handed, plus Fake Britain and Right on the Money, also for the BBC.
Previous programmes include Dom on the Spot, Don't Get Done, Get Dom (eight series) and several series of Cowboy Builders for Channel Five plus he has been a regular on The One Show and Morning Live since the shows started airing on TV.
With his tenacity for tackling companies and cowboy tradespeople head on and his passion for solving consumer problems, Dom currently has one of the busiest schedules in TV. After investigating and reporting on many companies and rogue traders he has an extensive knowledge of their tricks, scams & cons.
While running his own successful business for many years, Dom was spotted by Channel 4's Faking It, for which he was hired to train a vicar to become a successful sales negotiator in less than a month. This led to the birth of Wrong Car, Right Car a highly watched BBC 2 series where members of the general public were instructed by Dom via a hidden earpiece on how to negotiate while buying and selling cars at a dealership.
Dominic's expertise in buying and selling has been put to good use presenting To Buy Or Not To Buy, for BBC1, where buyers are given the chance to 'test-drive' their new ho me before purchasing. In 2004 he also fronted How I Made My Property Fortune for BBC2.
After an accident on a remote island in Australia, while backpacking around the world, aged 25, Dom Littlewood broke his nec then had to make a 28 hour journey to hospital where he underwent a spinal fusion of his C5 vertebrae and, thankfully, went on to make a full recovery.
He wrote a monthly column for Top Gear magazine for many years and has also written for various magazines & newspapers including The Telegraph and the UK's number one diabetic magazine Balance. His book entitled Don't Get done, Get Dom, taking its name from the TV series, gives consumer advice to the public.
Dominic has been a type 1 diabetic for over 40 years and has witnessed many changes in the NHS and medical procedures relating to his condition and regularly gives talks on the subject.
Dominic Littlewood is very popular as a live presenter, awards host and a keynote speaking at corporate events.