Steve Berry (presenter)Steve Berry is a British media presenter who appeared on BBC2's ''Top Gear'' and its spin-off ''Top Gear Motorsport'' where he reviewed motorcycles and made features relating to them. He was the main presenter of the now defunct ''Top Gear Radio Show'' on BBC Radio Five Live, wrote and presented ''The Bike's the Star'', a four-part documentary series for BBC2 and produced ''British Biker Build Off'' for Discovery Channel in 2005 and ''Bennett's Biker Build Off'' for ITV's ''Men & Motors'' in 2006.
Berry appears regularly as a guest on BBC radio, has hosted phone-in shows on Talksport and writes for ''The Sunday Times''. For some time, Berry presented 'the longest show on UK radio' for Talksport and after guest appearances on 105.4 Century Radio, he became the presenter of the breakfast show on 106.1 Rock Radio, a classic rock station based in Manchester until 2011.
Describing himself as a Mod in his youth, Berry became the public face of British motorcycling.
He produced and directed ''Motor Morphers'', an engineering challenge show made by ITN for Channel 5 in May 2013. He writes a regular column 'Berry on Classics' in ''Classic Car Weekly'' and is a regular expert contributor to ''BBC Breakfast''.
In January 2014 Berry returned as the breakfast presenter for 106.1 RealXS (previously known as 106.1 Rock Radio). He presents a weekly radio show ''Steve's Speedshop'' on FAB Radio International, described as 'a digital man-cave for passionate petrolhead'. In April 2019 it was announced that he was leaving his breakfast show that he hosts on XS Manchester later the same month. He hosts a monthly motoring phone-in on BBC radio Wales and is a regular guest on the Jeremy Vine Show on Radio 2. Provided by Wikipedia