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I am an award-winning radio presenter. I host an Arts show “Stevens on Sunday” where I talk to anyone who is anyone in the arts world. I have been fortunate enough to interview Stephen Berkhoff, Barry Norman, Priscilla Presley, Nik Kershaw, Hugh Fraser, Milton Jones, Prue Leith, Mica Paris (also introducing her on stage at The Stables), Des O’Connor, Adam Ant, Julian Lloyd Webber, Sam Womack, Kev Orkian,Stacey Solomon and various Strictly stars. Locally I have spoken to bestselling authors Carole Matthews, Adam Croft, directors and playwrights, Rosemary Hill, Nik Arkham and Frank Scarito, Comedians David Lovesey and Steve Clark, Poet Laureate Mark Niel, soul singer Nicky Prince and many more!

I am also a weekly theatre reviewer and write a monthly magazine column “Showstoppers” for Celebrate MK.  As a freelance writer and blogger, I have produced material for publications as diverse as Men’s Health, At Home with Gok and Style MK, with articles on a diverse range of subjects from trilbies to triathlons! I was a style Agony Aunt column for many years, answering readers’ fashion dilemmas.

I am delighted to have won “Milton Keynes Best Radio Presenter” at Milton Keynes Inspiration Awards for my outstanding contribution to the arts.

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Podcast: Nik Kershaw, PJ Evans and Roger Kitchen

Nancy interviewed 80s’ icon Nick Kershaw, Bletchley Park aficionado PJ Evans (pictured right) and Roger Evans, MK Pioneer on her show Stevens on Sunday on Secklow Sounds on 3rd September 2017.


Podcast: Ben Larcombe, Nick Arkham and Frank Scarito

Nancy interviewed the 8 year old star of Kinky Boots, Ben Larcombe, Founder and Director of Phoenix Arts and Agency Nik Arkham and Playwright Frank Scarito on her show Stevens on Sunday on Secklow Sounds on 27th August 2017.


Podcast: Sue Hampton and Leslie Tate

Nancy interviewed authors Sue Hampton and Leslie Tate on her show Stevens on Sunday on Secklow Sounds on 20th August 2017.


Podcast: David Lovesey and Steve Clark

Nancy interviewed comedians David Lovesey and Steve Clark on her show Stevens on Sunday on Secklow Sounds on 13th August 2017.


Podcast: Hugh Fraser

Nancy interviewed Hugh Fraser, who is perhaps best known for playing Captain Hastings in the television series “Agatha Christie’s Poirot” and appearing as the Duke of Wellington in “Sharpe”.


Podcast: Nancy interviewing Mock the Week’s Milton Jones

Nancy met “Mock The Week”’s Milton Jones, who is an award-winning comedian, star of Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Show “Live at the Apollo”, and is a regular on Dave. Milton was at the Ampthill Gala Day as the headline act in the Charity comedy tent supporting Barnardos.


Podcast: When Nancy met Nancy

Listen to Radio Presenter Nancy Stevens’ podcast interviewing Great British Bakeoff 2014 winner Nancy Birtwhistle.


Prue Leith CBE Celebrity Restaurateur, Novelist, BBC Judge

Prue’s main interests, food, business, education and writing have led to a varied career. She is much in demand as an entertaining and amusing speaker on her career, and as a serious and knowledgeable speaker on education, the importance of good food and on women in business. She started in catering with Leith’s Good Food, followed by Leith’s Restaurant, which won a Michelin Star, and Leith’s School of Food and Wine. The group employed 500 people when she sold it in the nineties.


Aladdin Special – Priscilla Presley (Genie of the Lamp)

I was priveleged enough to interview Priscilla on yesterday’s “Stevens on Sunday”, my weekly show on MKFM. She is currently starring in the pantomime Aladdin at the MK Theatre.

Priscilla Ann Presley (born May 24, 1945) is an American actress and business magnate. She is the former wife of singer Elvis Presley as well as co-founder and former chairwoman of Elvis Presley Enterprises (EPE), the company that turned Graceland into one of the top tourist attractions in the United States. She is a member of Scientology.


Ampthill Festival 2015 – Barry Norman

The veteran journalist, broadcaster and author Barry Norman CBE has an illustrious career. His wise and eloquent film reviews illuminated the world of the motion picture for millions of people as he hosted the BBC Film series from 1972 until 1998.

Even before his Film 72 first aired, he was an established journalist, and over the years he has penned several non-fiction books.

His titles include reflections on his work as a film critic, such as Movie Greats and Barry Norman’s 100 Best Movies, as well as an extremely well received book on cricket, called Barry Norman’s Book of Cricket.

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