Malcolm Lord

Malcolm Lord

3 stars

  • Excels In Either Mixed Or All-Male Company, As He Tailors His Material To Suit The Occasion

Following an administrative career with his hometown rugby club Rochdale Hornets, Malcolm moved into the world of the media as a freelance broadcaster with BBC Radio, covering both codes of rugby, soccer, cricket and boxing.
As a result, during the past fifteen years he has worked at most major venues both in the United Kingdom and abroad.

He has broadcast on Rugby Union from Twickenham, cricket from many countygrounds up and down the country, soccer from the Vauxhall Conference to the Premier League, and Rugby League from Bradford to Brisbane.
Over the years Malcolm has forged for himself a much respected reputation as a sports commentator and indeed was twice voted “Commentator of the Year” by readers of one magazine dealing with his first love: Rugby League.
This accolade, together with his coverage of 13 Wembly Cup Finals, 4 World Cup Finals and a host of Internationals led to his first book “Laffs and Gaffs” from behind the mic, which was published in 1995.

The response from the book, allied to his years of experience and contacts within all sporting walks of life, saw his natural progression to the After Dinner circuit, both as a Master of Ceremonies, and as a Speaker in his own right.
Whether it’s a Sporting Dinner, Company Golf Day, Corporate Function or Fund Raising Venture, Malcolms’ particular brand of humorous anecdote always ensures excellent value for money.
He excels in either mixed or all-male company, as he tailors his material to suit the occasion.