Gideon Coe (born 22 September 1967) is a radio DJ, presenter, sportscaster, voiceover artist and journalist. He began his broadcasting career as a child presenter on the BBC One TV programme Why Don't You?.
Coe graduated from Coventry'sLanchester Polytechnic (now Coventry University) in 1989, gaining a 2.1 in Communication Studies. During his time there he played rhythm guitar with pop/punk band Cradle Song (AKA The Vendetta Men), having previously played in The Strike It Out Gang (featuring Martin-Kid - Curtis, Michael Clarke, Big Chris Bryan and his brother Simon Coe) and A-Bomb, the latter featuring guitarist Mick Corney. He began working in local government for Kent County Council, before starting as a sports broadcaster at BT ClubCall.
He joined BBC Radio 6 Music in 2002, presenting the 10am-1pm weekday show from the station's launch until October 2007. He won his third Sony Award in 2003 for his work presenting the mid-morning show. On 22 October 2007 Coe's show was moved to 10pm-1am, Mondays to Thursdays. He now broadcasts 9pm-12 midnight. While the mid-morning show featured live sessions in the 6 Music Hub, the late show specialises in featuring varied sessions and gigs recorded for the archives of BBC Radio.