Tim Lovejoy is an accomplished, experienced presenter celebrating 15 years of weekend television presenting as of August 2011. He began hosting and producing football show Soccer AM on SKY Television in 1996 with co-host Helen Chamberlain. He remained on the show for eleven years as it steadily grew in popularity and enjoyed cult viewing status – much down to Tim’s dry wit and sense of humour. Following the success of the series, three hugely popular Soccer AM DVD’s were released. Since Tim’s departure fans of the show have repeatedly called for his return. He also hosted his own Sky One chat show, Tim Lovejoy and the Allstars.
From 2006 to 2011, Tim co-presented the Sunday morning TV programme, Something for the Weekend on BBC Two.
In June 2011, along with former British number one, Greg Rusedski and Olympic champion, Denise Lewis, Tim launched allplay – a national campaign to help more people play tennis. The campaign is designed to make it easy for people to find a playing partner, a local court or coach and also provide tennis coaches and places to play with resources, including posters and leaflets, to promote the sport and attract more players. The campaign was created by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA).
Tim appeared in Celebrity MasterChef which transmitted in the summer on 2011.
Tim co-presents Sunday Brunch, which goes out live at 9.30am every Sunday on Channel 4.