Clive Holland

Clive presents Fix Radio Monday to Thursday from 2-4pm with the big name guests and the hottest topics affecting the building trade. FIX Radio is the first UK station for trades people that can be heard on DAB radio in London and the internet. You can hear Clive taking calls and answering the trickiest questions with his deep knowledge of the building industry. Clive makes takes regular interviews across the BBC including Radio 2's Jeremy Vine Show and BBC Radio London.

Clive Holland is also well known for having presented BBC1’s highly popular series ‘Cowboy Trap’, for 6 series.  

‘Cowboy Trap’ saw Clive and his team trying to fix the bad jobs that builders have left behind in homes across the country. The series amazingly peaked at 3m in daytime, 6m in prime time and has been championed by the BBC.

Clive also presented 20 episodes of BBC1’s Noise Squad in 2011 tackling noise pollution issues head on.

Clive published the hugely successful "House and Home: How To Make the Best of Your Property". For people who need to revamp their home but are scared of it going all wrong. Clive advises on all the potential pitfalls in any home improvement job, full of practical advice and real-lfe stories shared in Clive's trademark no-nonsense style.

Clive was practically born on a building site, as his Dad owned a Building Company for many years! Here Clive ignited his passion for the Building trade, helping people fix problems and find solutions.

Clive launched his TV Career on LK Today in 2000, where he won the vote against thousands of people to gain his first TV presenting role on the show. Other credits include ‘Wake Up & Smell the Debris’ for UKTV, as well as Holiday & Gadget based shows.

Clive is a man of many talents. He has also acted in Commercials and in the Theatre, and spent time working as a local Radio Presenter.

He also regularly makes appearances at shows including The Ideal Home Show, Hampton Court Palace Garden show, RHS Flower Show & Totally DIY.


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    Clive Holland