Dallas started his career as a presenter on The Gadget Show (Channel 5) and Bang Goes the Theory (BBC1). He has since hosted some of the most extraordinary geographical documentary series for the BBC, including Britain beneath Your Feet, Tutankhamen: The Truth Uncovered, The Treasure Hunters, Supersized Earth, City In The Sky, Airport Live, Voyager: Beyond the Final Frontier, the Sky at Night Time and The Drake Equation: The Search for Life. He is also a frequent presenter on BBC4’s series Horizon Guide and Scanners on National Geographic. Dallas also presented Television’s First Night, a recreation of the first television broadcast for the 80th anniversary of BBC’s Stargazing Live (BBC2). The show featured astronaut Tim Peake and his groundbreaking launch to the International Space Station live from Kazakhstan. The show earned Dallas a BAFTA nomination.
Dallas has also presented Dallas Campbell’s Guide to the Impossible for the Discovery Channel and was a guest speaker on the BBC 4 Radio show Infinite Monkey Cage.
Dallas has also hosted at live events, including many roadshows with the Bang Goes The Theory team. Additionally, he has worked on many other science events, including the monthly Science Museum Lates. In 2016, Dallas presented the social media coverage for Shell’s Make the Future London Festival, interviewing Formula 1 driver Kimi Raikkonen. He is also a guest curator for the Royal Institution and an Honorary Fellow of the British Science Association where he regularly judges their annual Young Scientist & Engineer of the Year awards. In 2014, he gave the Stoneley Lecture for the Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain.
Having filmed in some of the world’s is most extraordinary and challenging locations, Dallas is one of the most versatile and well-travelled factual presenters working in the industry. His experiences make him an inspirational speaker for any corporate event, from awards hosting to conference facilitating, or anything gadget, technology or science related!