Steve Le Fevre

Steve jumped at the chance to present Breakfast on BBC Radio Bristol and move to the West in 2009, where he's also involved in TV. Originally from Northern Ireland he's been working in network and regional television and radio in England for eighteen years, presenting his ITV daily quiz show, numerous shows on YTV, his own shows on Radio Five Live, and winning a Sony Gold and a BT Media award for his Talk Show on BBC Radio Leeds. He is married to Caroline a Network Radio producer (together they run a Media Company) , has 2 sons and supports Man Utd!


Download the latest CV for Steve Le Fevre

Contact us for more information and availability

tel: 07973 601332

Steve Le Fevre
Steve Le Fevre

From hosting his own series of ITV daytime quiz shows to political debates, presenting on Five Live, lifestyle shows and winning a Sony Gold award – Steve le Fevre is versatile and adaptable. He’s currently got the alarm clock set to 4am to present the Breakfast Show on BBC Radio Bristol five days a week. It’s three hours of news debate and opinion and sets the agenda in one of the country’s most happening cities.  Now based in Bristol full time he also contributes on-screen to BBC Points West and The Politics Show.

Steve was chosen as the ‘face’ of ITV1 Daytime in 2001 – presenting Watch To Win at 9.30 every day – followed by The Biggest Game in Town every lunch time five days a week – with an additional 5.00pm edition on Fridays.  A live interactive quiz show it needed precision timing – and a game card from the Daily Mirror to play! He also did live promos into This Morning and hosted a celebrity edition of The Biggest Game with guests Lisa Riley and Sally Lindsay.

Originally from Northern Ireland, Steve started out reading the news and presenting sport and Grandstand for the BBC in Ulster. He then moved to BBC Radio Leeds where he won a Sony Gold Local Broadcaster of the Year for his mid morning talk show.  Next it was ‘down the road’ to became a well known face with Yorkshire Television as a presenter on a wide range of shows from the Evening News programme Calendar to  Tonight, Live Lunch, Missing and prime time documentaries and entertainment shows. 

Weekends have featured large in Steve’s broadcasting career. He wrote and presented The Media Show on BBC Radio Five Live every Sunday for two years.  “It was a great chance to talk to people in the industry about what was happening behind the scenes – from the Edinburgh Television Festival to Corrie Street.” Never a 9-5 man he also presented The  Midlands at Westminster from Birmingham on BBC2 and the Saturday Breakfast Show on Radio Leeds.

Steve presents corporate DVDs and events for many organisations including Asda, Morrisons & HBOS. 

When Steve has spare time he likes to spend it with his family, play a bit of tennis, watch Man U and catch up on his sleep!

Back to top