Alice Levine



Alice Levine’s career stretches across many genres. With a wealth of experience across live television, comedy, factual shows and radio, Alice is the go-to for smart, sophisticated programming.

On radio, Alice is most known for her BBC Radio 1 show. She joined the station in the much-coveted late-night John Peel slot, later moving to weekends before teaming up with Dev Griffin hosting every Friday – Sunday 1-4pm. More recently Alice co-hosted “Museum of Curiosity” with John Lloyd on Radio 4. Alice also hosted a show for Radio 2’s The Beatles pop station in 2019 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Abbey Road. In August 2020, Alice decided to leave Radio 1 after 8 years to pursue new opportunities.

Alice has presented at some of Britain’s most prestigious events. This includes the likes of; The BRIT Awards, where she has hosted the ITV2 red carpet coverage for the past 4 years, official coverage of the BAFTAs TV Awards and BAFTA Craft Awards as well as the Women in Music Awards which she has hosted for the last 5 years. Alice also fronted the launch series of Channel 4’s ‘reality-show-with-a-twist’ The Circle (Channel 4).

In the documentary space, Alice presented Sleeping with the Far Right (Channel 4) which saw her experience living with a former UKIP and BNP member as well as a three-part series on modern romance, Levine on Love (BBC). She also appeared in Kevin McClouds Rough Guide to the Future (Channel 4), alongside Jon Richardson and Phil Wang, which saw her travel to Japan to take a light-hearted look at their solutions to overcome the planet’s biggest issues.

While Alice’s projects and experience demonstrate she is one to take seriously, she is also known for her comedy. She co-created podcast of a generation ‘My Dad Wrote a Porno’ which has amassed over 300 million downloads to date, had two Worldwide sell-out tours (including Royal Albert Hall, Radio City Music Hall and the Sydney Opera House) and a live HBO comedy special. Alice has also appeared on renowned comedy shows including Qi (BBC2), 8 Out of 10 Cats (Channel 4), Would I Lie To You (BBC1), Taskmaster (Dave), Room 101 (BBC1), Travel Man (Channel 4) and Have I Got News for You (BBC1).

Outside of broadcasting, Alice has partnered with a number of brands on campaigns and ambassadorial roles with the likes of Estee Lauder, Dermalogica, Samsung, Peroni, Nespresso, Barclaycard and Huawei.

Alice has also turned her hand to design via women’s fashion brand, Finery. Her ‘Levine’ blouse was a huge success and returned a further three times in new clothing lines. Additionally, Alice has co-designed two homeware ranges for Habitat, the latter of which sold out within three hours.

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