Lizzi Doyle is one of the most exciting prospects in UK radio.

In a short but successful career to date, she has achieved wide recognition for her ground breaking ideas and delivery of award-winning programming at Radio City Talk in Liverpool.

In the last year alone, she produced the biggest broadcast in the history of Bauer Media, the 24 hour “Mental Health Marathon” – the first of its kind in the UK.

In 2017, she oversaw one of UK radio’s most recent memorable moments – when UKIP Leader, Paul Nuttall, was exposed over lies told on his website about the Hillsborough disaster. Radio City Talk’s coverage went viral across online platforms, as well as national TV, radio and newspapers.

She worked alongside colleagues to launch the road safety scheme “Slow Down for Bobby” – which has been adopted across the whole Merseyside region.

In her first year at Radio City, she produced an 8 hour show delivering the deliberations of the Hillsborough Inquests results.

She has also played a pivotal role in the establishment of Radio City Talk’s flagship mental health show “Mental Health Monday” which was nominated against multinational media organisations in 2017s Mind Media Awards. The show was also recognised at the IRN Awards 2018 and the Prolific North Awards 2018.

“Slow Down for Bobby” won the O2 Media Community Journalism award and the Paul Nuttall expose was nominated as North West radio’s “Most Memorable Moment”.

She also received an “Above and Beyond” Award at the Bauer Radio Awards 2017 for her work on the Hillsborough Inquest coverage and was named in this year’s Northern Power Women Future List.