Radio and Television broadcaster Sara Cox has recently been announced as BBC Radio 2’s new DAYTIME presenter.

This new 5-7pm show sees Sara move from her nightly show and regular stints covering The Breakfast Show.

With over 19 years on air, Sara hosted The Radio 1 Breakfast Show for 4 years, reaching an audience of 8 million listeners, before moving to Radio 2 where she presented Sounds of the 80’s and covered Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park.

In front of the camera, Sara’s most recent TV work includes Back in Time for Tea and dating series Love in the Countryside, on BBC2 and Britain’s Favourite Dogs for ITV.

With Big Breakfast, Eurovision Song Contest, The Great Pottery Throwdown, Have I Got News For You, and ITV’s Big NHS Singalong, Sara has fronted some of the biggest shows in the UK.

She is a regular co-presenter of Radio 4's Loose Ends, and has written columns for the Mirror and Guardian.

Her debut book ‘Till The Cows Come Home’ is released in March 2019. Published by Hodder & Stoughton, the book is a funny and heart-warming love letter to childhood, family and growing up.  

An exceptional broadcaster, Sara is funny, smart and the best story teller. She’s not only the nation’s favourite, she’s ours too.

Love in the Countryside - BBC2

Back in Time for Tea - BBC2