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Steve’s media career began when he was approached by Elle Magazine and asked to do some freelance modelling work. Steve went on to work in Australia, Korea and London for various clients such as Versace, Armani, Ralph Lauren, Adidas, and Coca Cola among others. It was a natural progression to the screen as Steve’s original sense of humour and ability to get the very best out of people made him perfect presenter material.

Steve became an instantly recognisable and sought after broadcaster as one of the main presenters of the very popular ‘T4‘ for Channel 4, where he kept the youth of the nation amused on Saturday and Sunday mornings for 7 years, whilst interviewing the great and good from the entertainment world.

Steve’s popularity and charm was recognised by other broadcasters, and he was soon approached for work on a range of different channels. Among many shows Steve has hosted the BAFTA coverage for E! Entertainment, 101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow and Let’s Dance for BBC 1.

In 2011 Steve landed the incredilby exciting opportunity to host the US version of X Factor, giving him a great introduction to US television. He went on to guest co-host Entertainment Tonight alongside Nancy O’Dell.

Now back in the UK, Steve had a great 2013 – hosting the fianl series of Let’s Dance for Comic Relief for BBC1, V Festivalcoverage for Channel 4 and presenting on BBC Radio 2.

2014 has seen Steve Jones presenting a brand-new BBC Three six-part series “Hair”, a gripping competition that will showcase young British amateur skills in hair styling.

2014 also sees Steve co-presenting the wonderful Waitrose Weekend Kitchen, a Saturday morning breakfast show for Channel 4. alongside the lovely Lisa Snowdon.



2014 Waitrose Weekend Kitchen – C4

2014 HAIR – BBC3
2013 V Festival coverage – Channel 4
2013 Let’s Dance for Comic Relief – BBC1
2013 Comic Relief in Malawi – BBC
2012 Going Wild with the Joneses – Sky one
2012 Let’s Dance for Sports Relief – BBC 1
2011 Beyonce Special – ITV
2011 The X Factor USA – FOX
2011 Let’s Dance for Comic Relief – BBC 1
2011 Bafta: Live from the Red Carpet – E! Entertainment
2010 T4 Stars 0f 2010 – Channel 4
2010 Under The Skin: Cheryl Cole – Channel 4
2010 The Ryder Cup Concert – Sky1
2010 101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow – BBC1
2010 Jones brother’s Amazon Adventure – Sky One
2010 Wedding Crashers Pilot – BBC3/Nat Geo
2002-10 T4 – On the Beach
2003-10 T4 – Channel 4
2009 Drop Zone – BBC1
2009 Shooting: Cheryl Cole
2009 T4 Stars of 2009
2009 As Seen On TV – BBC1
2009 Guinness World Records Smashed – Sky One
2009 Let’s Dance – BBC
2009 Bafta Red Carpet Coverage – E! Entertainment
2008 Vodafone Live Music Awards – Channel 4
2008 T4 – Music Special: T4 Hits of 2008
2008 T4 – Music Special: Davina and Steve’s Big Ones
2008 T4 – Music Specials: Pink, Mariah Carey, Alicia Keyes,
2008 T4 – Red Bull Races
2008 T4 – 02 Wireless Festival
2008 Transmission (Series 4) – Channel 4
2008 T4 – Movie Special: Get Smart
2008 When Women Rule the World – Channel 4
2007 Transmission (Series 3) – Channel 4
2007 T4 – Music Specials: KT Tunstall, Avril Lavigne, Natasha Bedingfield, James Blunt
2007 T4 – Music Specials: Justin Timberlake,  Christina Aguilera, All Saints
2007 Transmission (series 2) – Channel 4
2006 T4 Movie Specials: Cars Special & Pirates of the Caribbean Special – At It for Channel 4
2006 Carling Live 24 – Channel 4
2003 All About Men – Bravo
2003 99 Things To Do Before You Die – Five
2003 Office Monkey – ITV2
2002-03 The Popfactory – Series 1-4 – HTV Wales
2001 Record of the Year – ITV


2013 BBC Radio 2 cover for Janice Long2002-07 Red Dragon FM

2010 It’s a Wonderful Afterlife – Dir: Gurinder Chadha
2008 Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging-Dir: Gurinder Chadha.