Steve's been waking people up in Hertfordshire for years - his first job was as a milkman and on the radio he's been doing it since 2001. He's a presenter, producer, writer and very good cake maker/eater. He's married and spends his afternoons on Daddy Day Care duty with his son.
Birthplace? Enfield's Chase Farm Hospital
School Nickname? Fraggle (see my dancing)
Favourite film? Bugsy Malone - oh come on! little cars for little people, splurge guns, how much better would life be if Fat Sam's was just down the road?..
Favourite TV shows? Sopranos, 24, Modern Family, True Blood, The Thick Of It, Wallander, Luther, Above Suspicion, Take Me Out, Celebrity Juice
Favourite band? Belle And Sebastian, Elbow, Blur
What is your favourite town in Hertfordshire? Bishop's Stortford. All that lovely parkland down by the river, all the old pubs, the market with best locally made Victoria sponges ever!..
If you were not a presenter, what job would you want to have? A Dancer (what?)
What is the most you've ever spent on a pair of shoes? £90. They were for my wedding though and were half price. Half price!! Someone would pay £180?! They were so posh, each shoe came in it's own velvet bag!
What is your favourite bar or restaurant in Hertfordshire? Have you seen that place on Bridge Street in Hitchin? It's called "Just Desserts". Guess what they sell? No starters. No mains. Just Desserts! Amazing. If you're the sort of person who when at a restaurant looks straight at the dessert section, you need to go. It's so much better than going to a kebab shop after a night in The George. For real food (BOO!) I love Choppy's just outside Ware, The Radcliffe Arms in Hitchin and Baan Thitiya in Bishop's Stortford: amazing Thai food - and they bow to me when I walk in, which is what should happen in every place I enter really, so well done them for starting the fashion for it.
Who's the most famous person you've ever met? Not sure.. Lewis Hamilton? I interviewed him when he was about 14 and he said he was going to be an F1 driver and as he left I thought, yeah right. We had Kim Wilde in on the show, she was so lovely and added a bit of glamour to our studio. Also Chas from Chas And Dave, what a legend! But I think I liked Fern Britton the best. She spoon fed me Guinness mixed in a tin of baked beans. Genuinely.
What are your favourite songs on your Ipod? Elbow's 'Powder Blue', Curtis Mayfield's 'Move On Up', Divine Comedy's 'National Express', Aberfeldy's 'Love Is An Arrow', Lisa Hannigan's 'I Don't Know', Foster The People's 'Pumped Up Kicks' and the Sesame Street theme tune.
The gadget I use the most is? Hmm, a tie between my iPhone, TiVo, my iPad2 and my laptop. But I'd love it to be my ice cream maker.