Margherita Taylor

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Margherita Taylor
Born Margherita Taylor
Occupation broadcaster, TV and radio presenter
Years active 1993-present

Margherita Taylor is an English broadcaster, TV and radio presenter.

She Currently presents Sunday afternoons from 12pm on Heart London and Smooth classics from 10pm weekdays on Classic FM (UK)

Taylor studied media and communications at the University of Central England, majoring in video production for her degree.[1][2]


Taylor found fame in 1993 when Birmingham based radio station BRMB offered her a slot as a DJ as part of a talent contest. She presented a weekend overnight show, but soon came to the attention of bosses at Capital London, BRMB's former sister station in London, and in 1994 was appointed presenter of weekend breakfast on the station, and provided cover for Capital's other presenters. She was the longest serving member of the on-air team. During the week during this period she would also work at the Tate Gallery as a part of the box office.

Taylor has presented an evening show on The Jazz; a radio station available on satellite, DAB and online. She could be heard on the Capital nine-station network presenting early weekend breakfast from 8 January until 31 December 2011.

Presently, Taylor presents Smooth Classics on Classic FM each weeknight[3] and Sunday Afternoons from 12pm - 4pm on Heart


In March 1999, Taylor became one of the original presenters of the Channel 4 daytime teen-aimed show, T4, alongside Dermot O'Leary and later Vernon Kay. She left in January 2001.

She is currently a contributor for Daybreak (previously GMTV) and This Morning on ITV.

Taylor also does a lot of voice over work for British companies' television advertisements.


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