Shaun William Keaveny is a British broadcaster who presented the Breakfast Show on radio station BBC Radio 6 Music for 11 years, and the afternoon show for a further 3 years.
Mini Bio on Shaun Keaveny
Shaun Keaveny was born on 14th June 1972, and he grew up on the Higher Folds housing estate in Leigh, Lancashire. Shaun attended St Mary’s Catholic High School, Astley and then Trinity and All Saints College in Leeds.
Who is Shaun Keaveny New Wife?
That again brings us to rumours and gossips as regards celebrity and how they lead their private lives.
The truth is that Shaun Keaveny does not have a new wife as he is not registered to be married to anyone. He has not been in any new relationships since his previously marriage to his wife Lucy Irving from 2009 to 2011.
Though he can be seen photographed with beautiful women, they are no more than his colleagues and fans. Shaun Keaveny is a father to two sons and a daughter.
Shaun Keaveny joined the BBC and presented the weekday afternoon show (Monday-Thursday) and the Friday breakfast show on XFM London until 2006.
Keaveny joined BBC Radio 6 Music in 2007 and presented its late evening show until April 2007. He began presenting the BBC 6 Music Breakfast Show on 2 April 2007. He also substitutes for a range of presenters on BBC Radio 2. The show was originally presented by Phill Jupitus, who had hosted the show since the station’s inception in March 2002. The show had regular music news updates from presenter Matt Everitt and Georgie Rogers. Professor Brian Cox was a regular contributor to the show.
Keaveny’s first book, R2D2 lives in Preston was published in November 2010. It is a compilation of little-known facts relating to various towns throughout the United Kingdom, advised by listeners to his radio show in a feature entitled Toast the Nation. On 16 February 2013, Keaveny took part in the fifth series of Let’s Dance for Comic Relief as a member of Destiny’s Dad alongside fellow stand-up comedians Hal Cruttenden and Mark Dolan.
It was announced in August 2018 that Keaveny would move from his weekday BBC 6 Music breakfast show to the Radcliffe and Maconie weekday afternoon slot in January 2019. Keaveny hosted his final Breakfast Show live from the Maida Vale Studios on 14 December 2018 as part of the BBC 6 Music All Day Christmas Party.