Alex Belfield (born 1979 or 1980) is an English former radio presenter for BBC Radio Leeds who was dismissed for misconduct. Belfield went on to create his own online show called "The Voice of Reason" on YouTube to promote his anti-establishment ideology. He was convicted of stalking charges in September 2022 and imprisoned. Belfield's career began as an entertainer in Nottingham at the age of 14. His career has spanned television, radio and print. He was responsible for stories on the front pages of The Sun, the Daily Mirror and the Daily Express. He worked at Mansfield 103.2 FM in the early 2000s. He presented the mid-morning show on BBC Radio Leeds. In 2010 he made lewd comments about weather presenter Keeley Donovan's broadcasts at home that resulted in complaints from listeners. As punishment, Belfield was suspended from the station for a day and strongly reprimanded by BBC bosses. He later described his time at Radio Leeds as "the worst year of my life". More information...

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