Lauren has hosted on every major British television network and on BBC Radios 1,2,3,4,5 Live and 6Music, where, she now hosts the 6music Breakfast Show and where she has been instrumental in making the station the UK’s most listened-to digital station in recent years.
Lauren also currently hosts Desert Island Discs on BBC Radio 4.
She has hosted The Mercury Prize, The Turner Prize and The British Fashion Awards numerous times. On television she has presented a diverse range of arts and culture shows from BBC 2’s Glastonbury coverage to BBC 1’s Film 2017. She hosted Channel 4 music show Transmission, BBC 2’s The Culture Show and Channel 4’s satirical news programme 10 o’Clock Live for several seasons.
In 2010 Lauren published her first book: Candy Pop: Candy and the Broken Biscuits. She has also written regular columns for The Observer, Red and Grazia magazines.
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