Sarah Story

Sarah started her broadcasting career at the age of 16 co-presenting Saturday morning breakfast on CFM in her hometown of Carlisle and quickly fell in love with radio. Whilst studying Music at University in Liverpool Sarah hosted her own specialist music show on Liverpool Hope Student Radio and covered many Capital Breakfast shows across the UK and in 2014 launched Capital North West & North Wales co-hosting Capital Breakfast with Graeme Smith.  In January 2016 Sarah relocated to Capital Liverpool co-hosting Capital Drivetime. Sarah now hosts the fantastic Capital Weekender with Ministry of Sound on the Capital Network every Friday and Saturday night 10pm from London.

Sarah’s DJ & singing career has taken her around Europe most recently performing at festivals such as SW4, Hideout, Lovebox and Reading & Leeds. She recently stole the show at Morning Gloryville at The Steel Yard in London and supported Honey Dijon at her International Women’s Day show at Shoreditch House. The 2020 festival season is already filling up with bookings at Snowbombing and Highest Point Festival.

Passionate about using her experience to help others progress in their careers Sarah hosted BBC Bitesize panels across schools giving advice on how to get into the creative industry. Sarah was also a mentor on the Soho House CMN programme and Global Academy Mentor programme back in 2019, working closely with her mentee’s to create podcasts and voice over showreels.

Sarah has hosted the iconic ‘BRITs Week’ three years in a row from 2018-2020, hosting and interviewing international acts such as Jessie Ware, Kygo, Louis Tomlinson and Yungblud. She also hosted red carpet events for UK favourites such as ‘The Soap Awards’ and festivals such as Creamfields and Fusion Festival for Capital Liverpool.