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Following the success of Soccer AM, Lovejoy became a radio DJ, joining Xfm before moving to Virgin Radio, where he briefly presented a Sunday-afternoon show. He also hosted Tim Lovejoy and the Allstars, a show similar to TFI Friday, on Sky One, on which he chatted with celebrities, between performances from a variety of bands.
Following his departure from Soccer AM, Lovejoy joined BBC Radio Five Live as the Wednesday-night host of its football phone-in show 6-0-6 though he was dropped in 2009. He also presented the UK edition of Five's Major League Soccer magazine show David Beckham's Soccer USA
Lovejoy is also a regular presenter on FATV, owned and run by The Football Association FATV is the video content of the FA's website www.thefa.com.
He participated in the 2011 series of Celebrity MasterChef.
Something for the Weekend
Since 2006, Lovejoy co-presented the Sunday-morning TV programme Something for the Weekend on BBC Two, alongside chef Simon Rimmer and various female co-hosts, including with Louise Redknapp (previous co-hosts include Amanda Hamilton and Caroline Flack).
The show centred on cookery, with celebrity guests assisting in the preparation of easy recipes, and viewers encouraged to make the same dishes at home. It also had regular segments on cocktails, gadgets, and 'guess the year' based on old pop and news clips. The show had a Twitter following with the hashtag #sftw.
It was reported in January 2012 that the show, which in 2011 ran as a 46 x 90-minute series, had fallen foul of the BBC's Delivering Quality First cuts because of its unfortunate scheduling on BBC 2 during the day, despite consistently high ratings. The show ended on 18 March 2012. An online campaign was launched to save the programme.
In February 2012, it was reported that Lovejoy, along with Simon Rimmer would move to a new show for Channel 4, Sunday Brunch. The series started on 25 March 2012, one week after the final episode of Something for the Weekend.
In August 2013 Lovejoy began hosting the Saturday morning BT Sports Panel (BTSP) show of predictions, previews and reviews — a format similar to his former Soccer AM days.
Lovejoy married Jade in 2002 and has twin girls from the marriage; Grace and Rose. The couple are now divorced.
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