Tim Crowther

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Tim Crowther
Born19 November 1958 (1958-11-19) (age 62)
Warley, Yorkshire, England
ShowSunday Gardening with Tim Crowther & Graham Porter.
Station(s) BBC Radio Leeds
Time slot09:00 - 12:00 noon. Sunday
CountryUnited Kingdom
Website news.bbc.co.uk/local/leeds/hi/tv_and_radio/newsid_8302000/8302895.stm

Tim Crowther (19 November 1958) is a radio presenter for BBC Radio Leeds. He has worked there since the late 1970s, when he joined while a student at the City of Leeds College of Music. Since then, he has hosted breakfast, mid-morning, lunchtime, afternoon and drivetime programmes, as well as a range of daytime and weekend programmes.

Crowther presented a show with horticulturist Joe Maiden for 22 and a half years until Maiden's death in September 2015. He is now professionally partnered with horticultural expert Graham Porter. An offshoot of the programme is the Sunday Gardening Podcast, which has recently[ when? ] been voted in the top three of the Telegraph's selection.[ citation needed ]

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