Sara Cox is known to millions of listeners of Radio 2 as the voice of Sound of The 80’s and frequently woke the nation on the country’s biggest radio show The Chris Evans Breakfast Show. She has one of the most distinctive voices in radio. Sara Cox has been a key feature of the platform for Radio 1 and Radio 2 over the past two decades. A popular broadcaster, Sara’s relatable and relaxed presenting style ensures she remains a favourite voice to entertain listeners on the drive time slot. Having also established herself in television and live event presenting, Sara is highly sought after to attend corporate occasions, conferences and awards evenings, as the celebrity host. Whether you require a recognisable face to keep guests engaged throughout, or a professional facilitator, Sara thrives in every environment.
Radio & TV Presenter
Before moving to Radio 2, Sara Cox was best known for holding the helm of the Radio 1 Breakfast Show for 4 years. During which time she recorded ratings of over 8 million listeners. Sara’s TV career started as part of the team presenting notorious Girlie Show on Channel 4. She has appeared on some of the most iconic shows of the past few years, including Nevermind The Buzzocks, The Apprentice You’re Fired, Room 101 and Eurovision Song Contest. Her recent presenting work includes 2 series of The Great Pottery Throw Down Back In Time For Tea and Love In The Countryside. She also contributes regularly to Loose Ends on Radio 4.
The Radio One Breakfast Show is one of the most listened to broadcasts in Britain. From 2000 Sara was the trusted voice of the listeners, tasked with waking up the nation for three years. Under her leadership, the early morning show gained its biggest audience yet, with over 7.8 million listeners. A testament to her appeal across demographics. Equally prominent on BBC Radio 2, Sara covered all the major shows as relief support, presenting the much adored ‘Sounds of the 80’s’ with listeners favouring her music knowledge and upbeat nature. Sara can be found on ‘Drivetime‘ for BBC Radio 2, entertaining audiences on their commute.
Rising to popularity on The Girlie Show. Sara originally entered the spotlight as a model. She worked on contracts for video games, advertisements, and music videos. With her vivacious personality shining through the camera, Sara was soon snapped up for other television opportunities. Led by her passion for music. Sara fronted MTV Hot and Born Sloppy. Until she landed the prestigious role as a presenter for ‘The Big Breakfast.‘ One of the hottest series of the decade. Sara’s future in the media was solidified when she excelled at celebrity interviews. Gaining much acclaim in the industry.
Never far from our screens, over the course of her career, Sara has proven her versatility as a presenter, appearing on both pre-recorded and live occasions. From hosting live at The BRIT Awards: Red Carpet and One Love Manchester to fronting family favourites like The Great Pottery Throw Down and ‘The Sara Cox show.’ Sara’s influence on the industry is undeniable. Benefit from her career longevity and celebrity status, when you book her as the host for your next event.
Sara is in demand as a writer and columnist, formerly for the Sunday Mirror, and soon as a regular columnist for the Independent.
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