Sara Cox is one of radio's most enduring and well-loved broadcasters, known to millions of listeners for her shows on BBC Radio 1 & Radio 2. She currently hosts her own show on Radio 2 from 5pm-7pm, Monday-Friday, as well as the ITV Saturday and Sunday morning show THE SARA COX SHOW.
Sara previously hosted Radio 2's SOUNDS OF THE 80s, and frequently woke the nation on the country's biggest radio show THE CHRIS EVANS BREAKFAST SHOW. Before moving to Radio 2, she 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 the notorious GIRLIE SHOW on Channel 4. She has presented various BBC shows including TOO MUCH TV, and THE EUROVISION SONG CONTEST: YOU DECIDE as well as THE NHS BIG SINGALONG and BRITAIN'S TOP 100 DOGS for ITV.
Sara’s recent TV work includes two series of THE GREAT POTTERY THROW DOWN, BACK IN TIME FOR TEA, BACK IN TIME FOR SCHOOL, and she is currently filming BACK IN TIME FOR THE CORNER SHOP, all for BBC 2. She also hosts the popular LOVE IN THE COUNTRYSIDE, back for its second series.
Sara is also in-demand as a writer and columnist, having had columns in both The Sunday Mirror and The Guardian. In 2019 she released her autobiography TILL THE COWS COME HOME, which was published by Hodder & Stoughton and quickly became a bestseller - the paperback will be released in March 2020.