Steve has presented shows right across the networks, from a daily quiz show on ITV1 to the late night phone-in on BBC 5 Live.
Steve grew up on the beautiful Antrim coast of N Ireland. After Lame Grammar School, he graduated with a degree in English from the University of Ulster with a dream to hit the silver screen as an actor (he’s still dreaming).
He spent the most illuminating and rewarding year of his life as a tutor at a Youth and Community workshop in Derry during the height of the NI troubles (book yet to be written) before arriving at the imposing front doors of Broadcasting House in Belfast.
BBC NI TV and radio news reading, his own Radio Ulster chat shows and 2 years in the sports department where he wrote, reported and presented the early evening TV output, and Grandstand from NI and Steve was ready to spread his wings.
He moved to Radio Leeds to co-host/produce Midmorning and, within 18 months and with the figures soaring, Steve won a Sony Gold Presenter Award and a BT Media Award.
He was also travelling to Birmingham at weekends to present The Midlands at Westminster.
He got his big network radio break travelling to Manchester and London to present the weekly Media Show and Late Night Live on BBC 5 Live.
Steve meanwhile was asked to join YTV where he spent 6 great years presenting on the weekend Tonight Show (similar in concept to the One Show), and a variety of lifestyle and documentary programmes covering events as diverse as the National Brass Band Championships to a series on the NHS and the vital work of the organ donation team, as well as presenting on Calendar News and Sport alongside his 5 Live work.
As Richard and Judy were finishing their iconic run, Steve contacted the Controller with indecent haste, pitching himself as the obvious choice as the new Richard! She did see him, though, as the ‘face of ITV1 Daytime’ resulting in him hosting 96 live daily interactive quiz shows – The Biggest Game in Town, along with a big live give-away show Watch to Win which followed GMTV, whilst popping up in This Morning and in the middle of Crossroads!
Steve, and the family, moved to Bristol in 2009 to present Steve Le Fevre at Breakfast on BBC Radio Bristol in one of the country’s most vibrant and happening cities. He also became a familiar face on TV in the region with Sunday Politics West and Points West.
Having throughout his career been much sought after as a corporate presenter and host with some of the country’s biggest companies and banks, Steve and his Radio 4 producer wife Caroline, set up a media training company which now has a great reputation across the UK.
Steve was nominated for and won an RTS West of England – Outstanding Screen Talent for his talk show on ‘Made Television’ in March 2018.
Away from the mic, Steve is a very proud Dad of two sons, Nick and Chris, surrogate Dad to Archie the cat and spreads his ‘Red’ allegiance between Man Utd and Bristol City.