The TV presenter

Alan has filmed more than 1,250 TV food and travel shows to date, screened in more than 89 countries around the world. In a Worldwide BBC independent vote, Alan was once voted within the top 10 favourite TV Chef presenters of the world.

TV networks that he has appeared on include BBC 2, BBC Worldwide, UKTV Food, Channel 5, ITV1 ,Carlton Food Network to name but a few.

Media: TV, Radio, Magazine 

 TV Filming: Experience with live, as live to time, pre-record, locational shooting, studio, interviewing, use of autocue, adlib, scripted and working with earpiece. (1,250 TV food and travel shows filmed around the world to date plus a variety of TV commercials)

Voice overs: Delivered for a multitude of shows over 24 years

Radio / broadcasting : Presented the “Saturday morning food show” for BBC Hereford and Worcester. Alan produced and presented the 1 hour show with presenter Nathan Turvey. A show that became the most listened to hour of the week. He also developed a one hour Christmas special live from Lapland.

Food and travel Writer : for the past 20 years Alan has written  a monthly column for the Vale and Cotswold magazine. Many other articles have been published in a variety of magazines over the years. 

A selection of Alan`s TV accolades include:

"From Birmingham to Bombay":  A series that he wrote, produced, co-directed, and presented as well as exec produced for Food Network UK. Traveling to 5 locations across India.

“Ever Wondered About Food": Alan presented 16 x 30 min shows filmed for the BBC and open University, looking at the origination and social cultural influences of every day favourite recipes.

For 5 years Alan was the “Resident Chef” on "Gloria Hunnifords Open House" National TV network Channel 5.

Resident guest Chef Presenter of "Great Food Live and Great Food Bites for UK Food network.

"Coxon`s Sporting Feast " a series where Alan worked and cooked with leading South African sporting celebrities filmed for BBC Worldwide

"Coxon`s Royal Feast" A series that Alan wrote saw him interviewing and cooking with South African Kings, Queens and cultural leaders of South Africa

244 shows of "Coxon`s Kitchen College " filmed as live in front of an audience.

2 x 10 series of “Surprise chefs for ITV Meridian”   

6 x 30  part series of “Touring North West America” Food Network

6 part x 30 min series “Tour of South Africa” Food Network

Other appearances, interviews and reportages have been filmed in many parts of the world and screened on TV networks in more than 80 countries around the World.  

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