Calendar News and Scoreline - YTV
Steve also presented many YTV news summaries, and was regular presenter on the Saturday scores programme Scoreline
The Waiting Game - 2005
Steve narrated the 6 part Granada/YTV
co-production following organ transplant patients at hospitals in Manchester and Leeds
WYSH - YTV
Steve was co-presenter for the YTV "Jim'll fix it" style show located at Jimmy's hospital in Leeds.
Steve presented the 4 hour live shows from
Red Bus studios, which covered the gambit of beach basket-ball to Sirie A footy .. Somebody had to do it ... Studio guests included John
Inverdale, Mike Morris and numerous footballers!
Being Ed Byrne...
Steve is a writer and producer and has
created a number of pilots and programme treatments. some of which might one day see the light of day!
Tonight & Live Lunch - YTV|
When Richard Whitely left the anchor job at Calendar, Steve screen tested for the job. Mike Morris (formerly TVAM) got the gig, but Steve was asked to join the presentation team
for the new nightly lifestyle magazine Tonight, exec produced by Simon Schofield. This involved covering
the whole gambit of lifestyle and consumer presenting.
Steve stayed with the programme when it moved to a lunchtime slot and combined "out and abouts"
with studio hosting.
He also presented various half
hour documentaries for YTV.
Steve was the location presenter for the monthly Missing programme which YTV
ran in conjunction with the National Missing Persons' helpline.
A Bitter Pill - BBC1 network
Steve co-presented and researched this
"X-Files" style show for BBC1.
The programme investigated the administration of unlicensed pharmaceuticals to children. It was broadcast peaktime on BBC1 and was the pilot for a series.
The Midlands At Westminster - BBC2 |
Steve was the face of politics in the Midlands, following the illustrious footsteps of Peter Hobday! In the weekly show Steve debated the big issues of the week with the likes of national political figures Estelle Morris, Mike O'Brian, and Julie Kirkbride.
Steve grew with the Show and developed a hard edge to his broadcasting, in this vanguard regional programme, only leaving to take up big opportunity with BBC Radio Five Live.
The Midlands At Westminster was Executive Produced by Midlands political editor Patrick Burns, whom Steve regards a a major mentor in his career, and friend.
Grandstand & Sportsnight from NI
Steve presented these programmes during a 2 year stint in the Sports department at BBC NI, under Jim Neilly.
Steve also wrote, reported, edited and presented the evening sports roundup on a daily basis. He was also a regular TV Newsreader on