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Danny Baker
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Noddy Holder
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John Lennon
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Ed Miliband
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Geoff Lloyd

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Geoff Lloyd

British radio presenter add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1973.

Countries: United Kingdom (83%), (17%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Virgin Radio, BBC Radio, Annabel Port

Linked to: Virgin Radio, XFM, Labour Party

 

Timeline


 

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Geoff Lloyd was born in 1973 add something


1989

After working as a paperboy, in 1989 he began working at a local print works after school, earning £1 an hour add something


1998

In late 1998 they were subsequently recruited by Virgin Radio, where they took over the weekday evening show and covered Chris Evans on the Breakfast Show, and again rapidly built up a significant audience add something

 

Lloyd later signed up with Piccadilly Radio in Manchester, and in 1998 teamed up with Pete Mitchell to present the afternoon show on Key 103 add something

 

The duo rapidly established a cult following with their witty and slightly risque banter, and in 1998 won a Sony radio academy award for their show add something


2002

The pair took over the Drivetime show in early 2002 add something


2003

By 2003, they were the most popular DJs on the station and were moved to the Breakfast Show in order to increase the audience add something


2005

On 28 November 2005 the duo announced that they were splitting up and leaving the Breakfast Show on Virgin Radio add something

 

Lloyd has made several television appearances, appearing on the Channel 4 show "Richard & Judy" on 8 December 2005 to celebrate the life of former Beatles member, John Lennon and again on 26 March 2007 to discuss the band Slade, together with the band's frontman Noddy Holder add something


2006

Christian O'Connell, from the Breakfast Show on London indie station XFM replaced the pair as host of the breakfast show on Virgin Radio in January 2006 add something

 

Lloyd's show, entitled "The Geoff Show" started on 3 January 2006 and was broadcast from 10pm - 1am Monday to Thursday on Virgin radio, with his co-host Annabel Port and producer Nelson Kumah add something


2008

In late September 2008, Lloyd began presenting the Absolute Radio drive-time program, entitled Geoff Lloyd's Hometime Show add something


2009

In 2009, Lloyd worked alongside Annabel Port on a Channel 5 'fan show' for the drama series "FlashForward" add something


2011

In 2011 and 2012, Lloyd and Port worked on a similar online project for Sky in which they presented "Thronecast"; a programme reviewing the latest episodes of "Game of Thrones" add something


2012

During October 2012 on his Hometime Show, Lloyd revealed that he was adopted as a child add something


2013

In 2013, Lloyd began hosting "Beatles Brunch with Geoff Lloyd" on Sunday mornings on Absolute Radio 60s add something


2015

On August 1, 2015, the show was renamed "Geoff Lloyd with Annabel Port" add something


2016

In 2016, Lloyd and Port created the podcast "Serial: This British Life", a parody of the WBEZ podcast "Serial" add something


2017

In January 2017 Geoff Lloyd announced he and Annabel were leaving Absolute Radio, the final show aired on Wednesday 12th April add something

 

On 18 January 2017 Geoff Lloyd announced he and Annabel were leaving Absolute Radio add something

 

In August 2017, Lloyd and Port launched a weekly podcast called Adrift, which is similar in style to their former radio show add something

 

Ed Miliband - In November 2017, Miliband appeared on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast as a joint guest with Geoff Lloyd


2018

Since February 2018, Geoff has been working with Union JACK radio, hosting 'Geoff Lloyd's Hometown Glory' add something

 

Lloyd covered for Adrian Chiles on the mid morning show on BBC Radio 5Live in July 2018 add something


2019

On BBC Radio 5 Live, Saturday morning 11 May 2019, installed at short notice for the sacked Danny Baker , Lloyd's introduction included, "We have some top-notch Polyfilla this morning covering the cracks add something