Tim Lovejoy

With an incredible 20 years in broadcasting, Tim Lovejoy is one of the UK’s most well-known and respected TV presenters and is currently the host of Sunday Brunch on Channel 4 and creator & host of the Dear Lovejoy podcast.

Tim started his TV presenting career with MTV, then briefly went behind the camera as a researcher then producer on The Big Breakfast, but it’s as host of Soccer AM on Sky that brought him huge public attention and fame.

Because of the success of Soccer AM, Tim secured his own radio show on XFM, and then did the same again for Virgin Radio. Never too far from a TV camera however and back on Sky, Tim also hosted his own show; Tim Lovejoy and the Allstars, which was a mix of celebrity interviews and live music performances. Other notable TV hosting jobs during this time include the car show, Fifth Gear, for Channel 5.

In 2006 Tim began hosting Something For The Weekend for BBC2, alongside resident chef, Simon Rimmer. Then 2007 saw the end of Tim’s tenure at Soccer AM after an incredible 11 years. In the same year he joined BBC Radio 5 Live and hosted David Beckham’s Soccer USA which looked at America’s Major League Soccer, for Channel 5.

In 2012 it was announced that the BBC wouldn’t be continuing with Something For The Weekend and both Tim and Simon then, almost seamlessly, moved to Channel 4 as hosts of Sunday Brunch, a 3 hour long mix of cooking, chat, live music and celebrity guests.

Tim is a keen supporter of Barnardo’s, The Teenage Cancer Trust, Macmillan and Marie Curie.  He has also worked with a number of blue-chip businesses and is a popular brand ambassador and corporate host.