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Geoff Lloyd was born on 20 April, 1973 in Withington, Manchester, United Kingdom. Discover Geoff Lloyd's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 47 years old?

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Age 48 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 20 April 1973
Birthday 20 April
Birthplace Withington, Manchester, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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On 11 May 2019, Lloyd began presenting on BBC Radio 5 Live at short notice as a temporary replacement for the sacked Danny Baker (his second sacking from Radio 5). Lloyd's introduction included, "We have some top-notch Polyfilla this morning covering the cracks.." [1]


Lloyd made a return to commercial radio in early 2018 with Geoff Lloyd's Hometown Glory, an interview series for Union JACK, featuring guests from comedy, music and entertainment. The show returned for a second run in the summer.

In 2018, Lloyd created and co-produced a comedy talk-show format, 'Am I Normal?', hosted by Sara Pascoe and Aisling Bea, and broadcast on BBC Radio 2.


On 18 January 2017 Geoff Lloyd announced he and Annabel were leaving Absolute Radio. The final show aired on Wednesday 12 April.

In May 2017, It was announced Lloyd would be fronting a show for The Beatles Channel on Sirius XM Radio.

In August 2017, Lloyd launched a podcast, 'Adrift with Geoff Lloyd and Annabel Port', with his former radio co-host, and the following month launched 'Reasons to be Cheerful', a podcast with Ed Miliband


From 2011 to 2013, Lloyd and Port hosted seasons 1–3 of Thronecast, a Sky Atlantic television series reviewing the latest episodes of HBO's Game of Thrones.


From 2010 to 2014, Lloyd hosted Unknown Pleasures on Absolute Radio, playing indie rock and alternative music. In 2013, Lloyd began hosting Beatles Brunch with Geoff Lloyd on Sunday mornings on Absolute Radio 60s, two hours of Beatles music and cover versions of their songs, along with talk exclusively about the band. In 2016, Lloyd and Port created the podcast Serial: This British Life, a parody of the WBEZ podcast Serial.


In 2009 and 2010, Lloyd worked alongside Annabel Port on a Channel 5 fan show for the drama series FlashForward. Titled FlashForward Friday, the online show was a weekly review on the latest episode of the series following its broadcast on Channel 5.


Virgin Radio was rebranded as Absolute Radio in 2008. On 20 March 2008 Lloyd began presenting the Absolute Radio weekday drive time program Geoff Lloyd's Hometime Show, with Port remaining as co-host. The show combines music and chat, with call-ins on various topics. At its core is "the digressive, quirky chat on matters of very little real importance." On 1 August 2015 the show was moved back an hour, and renamed Geoff Lloyd with Annabel Port.


Lloyd's new show, The Geoff Show, debuted on 3 January 2006 and was broadcast late nights on Virgin Radio, with co-host Annabel Port and producer Nelson Kumah. The first public airing of The Beatles remix album Love was on The Geoff Show in 2006.


In May 2005, the duo announced that they were splitting up, and left the breakfast show at the end of the year. Their final show together took place on 16 December 2005. Virgin Radio programming director Paul Jackson called them "great radio talents." The duo were replaced as hosts of the breakfast show by Christian O'Connell. Lloyd remained at Virgin Radio, taking over the late night slot.


Lloyd first teamed up with Pete Mitchell in 1996 at Piccadilly Radio in Manchester. Soon after, they took over the afternoon show on local radio station Key 103. In late 1998, the duo, known as Pete and Geoff, was recruited by Virgin Radio to take over the weekday evening show. They also covered for Chris Evans on the breakfast show on occasion, and rapidly built up a large audience. The pair took over the drive time breakfast show in 2002. Lloyd provided a comedic, occasionally outrageous personality, with Mitchell as the straight man. They were known for their "political satire… mixed with pub humour." They won a Sony Gold Radio Academy Award for an interview with Noel Gallagher in 1998, and won a second Sony Gold for an interview with Paul McCartney in 2002. In March 2005, Virgin Radio launched a daily half-hour podcast consisting of the best bits from the Pete and Geoff Breakfast Show. It was the station's first foray into podcasting, and the first daily show to be made available in podcast format from one of the major radio groups.


Lloyd began his radio career in 1991 as a traffic and travel reporter at Signal Cheshire in Stockport, remaining there until the end of 1994.


Lloyd was born in Withington, Manchester, England, and raised in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England. As a teen, he worked as a paperboy, a suit salesman, and in 1989 he began working at a local print works after school, earning £1 an hour.


Geoff Barron Lloyd (born 20 April 1973) is an English radio presenter, television host, podcast host and writer, best known for his talk radio and music shows.