Andy Steggall

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Andy Steggall is a television sports presenter, producer and filmmaker. He produces the South and West edition of the BBC regional football show Late Kick Off[1] and has been working for Sky on several other projects. He runs two television production companies specialising in sport – Pergall Productions and Pergall Media. He has previously worked for TVS, Meridian, ITN, Setanta, Channel 4, Sunset and Vine, TWI and GMTV.

Career[edit]

Steggall began his broadcasting career in local radio at BBC Radio Leicester and then Centre Radio and Southern Sound. He started his television career as a reporter and presenter for TVS before working on Channel 4 Daily and GMTV. He then presented sport and news for Meridian. He freelances as a presenter for Sky Sports News.

He presented and produced Ski Tips (ITV), a skiing magazine programme for several years and fronted the series Conquer the Arctic (TWI/Channel 4). He was the reporter on a Channel 4 documentary about Shane Warne. He produced UcanDOit, a series of films about grassroots sport for Sky. He has also produced several programmes about golf for Sky and is working on a documentary about the history of the Professional Footballers' Association.

He runs Pergall Media with Match of the Day commentators John Roder and Louis Browne, and a number of media training courses both on his own and in conjunction with other companies.

In popular culture[edit]

Short-lived British Hardcore/Metal act Stegel named themselves after the television presenter.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ CITY FANS LAUNCHES LOCAL SHOW
  2. ^ [1] "The Concert Diary Of A Mid Nineties Rock Fan". Stephen Hill (Stegel member) Blog.