Popular and prolific TV and radio presenter and DJ, journalist, columnist and author, Stuart Maconie co-hosts the Radcliffe and Maconie Show on BBC Radio 2, as well as The Freak Zone on BBC 6Music. He has written and presented dozens of shows on BBC Radio and on TV. He won the Sony Radio Award for Music Broadcaster of the Year in 2001.
As a writer and journalist he has written for Q Magazine, Elle, The Times, The Guardian amongst others and was an assistant editor for NME.
Stuart is a best-selling travel writer. His books include Pies and Prejudice, Adventures on The High Teas and Cider with Roadies, Hope and Glory and The Peoples Songs. His work has been compared with Bill Bryson, Alan Bennett and John Peel and described by The Times as a National Treasure.