Sara Cox is an English broadcaster. She joined BBC Radio 1 in 1999 and stayed there in a variety of roles for 14 years. Amongst her shows at Radio 1 were launching the Sunday Surgery, which won a Sony Gold, and taking over from Zoe Ball in 2000 as the host of the prestigious breakfast show. In 2014 Sara made the transition to BBC Radio 2 where she became host of the Sounds of the 80s show, and more recently can be heard presenting the Drivetime show.
Her television credits include presenting Top Of The Pops, The Big Breakfast, The Great British Pottery Throw Down, Too Much TV, Love in the Countryside, Back in Time for Tea, The Sara Cox Show and Between the Covers.
Her memoir, Till the Cows Come Home: A Lancashire Childhood, was published in 2019.