Tim Lovejoy's been your go-to man for weekend telly for a number of years - and is the only man qualified to bring you the TV, food, gossip and chat you need to ease you into your Sunday. Just be careful not to ask him about his beloved Chelsea FC or you'll be talking for hours! When the cameras stop rolling, Tim has his hands full as dad to his 10-year-old twin girls, and likes to spend time beating them at backgammon. On why he doesn't let them win, he says: 'Every win's a victory - I can only beat what's in front of me!'
Which habit do you find most annoying in other people?
Bad table manners.
What do you consider to be your worst habit?
I'm too easily distracted when talking to people - although never on telly thankfully!
Phrase you're most likely to say?
'Sorry, what was I saying?' (See above answer!)
What are your three main passions in life?
My children, exercise and watching 24-hour news.
Describe your dream breakfast?
Bacon, poached egg and tomato. The perfect start to the day.
What do you consider to be your specialty dish?
After appearing on Masterchef, it's scotch quail's eggs with homemade Piccalilli.
Name your favourite band of all time?
The Specials - they invented music.
What do you consider to be your most embarrassing moment to date?
I was doing a football draw for the LDV Vans Trophy in the style of Play Your Cards Right. Part way through I managed to knock all of the cards down. It was on live TV and fans all over the country were waiting to see the draw, but I messed it up and we had to redo the whole thing.
What's the best piece of advice you've ever been given?
If you find a job you love, you'll never have to work again.
Who is your hero and why?
Most traditional 'heroes' work too hard. The real heroes are those who find the correct balance in life between family, work and leisure.
Who would be your dream guest to interview?
Michael Caine - he's such an iconic figure and he always come across really well in interviews, so I think it would be a great experience.
What gets you up in the mornings?
Having to get the kids to school.
Sum up Sunday Brunch in three words?
Food, guests and stuff!
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