Sam Homewood is a regular presenter for MUTV, hosting live on match days from Old Trafford. Sam co-presents United's podcast "UTD Podcast" which see's him interview the likes of Paul Pogba, Eric Cantona and Ole Solskjaer. The Paul Pogba episode has a 5 star rating on Apple Podcast and has featured in their curated collections. It has also been included in "Best Podcasts Of The Week" playlist on Spotify. Sam also hosts "Kicking Off," MUTV's live fan debate show, where he's joined in the studio by a former footballer like Wes Brown.
Sam is one of the co-presenters to front the classic show HOW on CITV, which has been brought back to life, and sees the same science experiments, explosions and fact/hacks to entertain and educate the new digital generation. HOW won a 2021 RTS Award for Factual Entertainment.
Sam previously fronted ITV's flagship kids weekend breakfast show, Scrambled! A returning series which sees a mix of links to camera and comedy sketches...read more
Sam was the roving reporter for ITV2's popular spin-off show 'Love Island: Aftersun,' the show allowed him to use his quick wit and humour when interviewing the public about the villa’s hottest topics.
Equipped with a Masters Degree in Journalism from the University of Winchester and an IQ that would qualify him for Mensa, Sam secured a job with ITN covering breaking stories from the death of Steve Jobs to interviewing Steven Spielberg and George Clooney. His love of live presenting helped him present Use Your Voice Live– an online campaign to encourage young people to vote in the last election.
He is also experienced at presenting live events. He’s hosted a range of international music Festivals including The Flying Dutch Festival – a multi-city electronic festival set across Amsterdam, Eindhoven and Rotterdam and Amsterdam Music Festival – a presentation of the top 100 DJs performing to an arena of 40,000 fans plus streamed live online to over a 1 million people.