Steve recently had Australia in stitches after a hilarious encounter with Keira Knightley – where he awkwardly attempted to play her a song on his tiny guitar (aka ‘the rock machine’). The pair traded raised eyebrows and had a giggle talking about Keira’s film Begin Again. The interview ran twice on Sunrise due to popular demand! Watch their double-act below!
Steve caught up with the cast of Downton Abbey for a preview of the eagerly awaited new season – to be broadcast on a special feature for Breakfast show Sunrise on Australia’s Channel 7. Here he is inadvertently getting involved in a heated love-triangle. Bates doesn’t look happy.
Steve also recently appeared on Sky News Entertainment Week next to one of those Downton Stars Hugh Bonneville, discussing his appearance alongside George Clooney in Monuments Men (that’s Hugh that starred in the film, not Steve!)
Steve caught up with Mrs Brown herself (and her VERY close friend Brendan O’Carroll) for Australian Breakfast show Sunrise to talk about the series’ huge and unexpected global success – and her leap to the big screen.
Steve was chosen to be the friendly face and host of Google UK’s huge annual conference and tech-show Atmosphere at their new and shiny UK headquarters in the centre of London. Steve wrote, compered and entertained a crowd of customers, delegates, and Global Google senior management through a week of packed out live shows and activities. He managed to keep the huge audience enthralled and excited by the company’s upcoming innovations, despite the ongoing prospect of free-food for them in the tuck shop next door.
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Steve looks at the cult of Ryan Gosling from earlier this year in Cannes – and wonders just what is it about him that makes the girls dribble. This video also features a man with a very impressive moustache (not Steve).
Steve’s now one of the regular faces back on his old stomping ground Sky News, and their breakfast show Sunrise with Eamonn Holmes. He’s returned to feature on their daily Newspaper Review section, where he dissects the day’s stories. And occasionally casually flicks through the Financial Times in a quest to prove his intelligence.