Tim Dellor is well known to Reading FC fans as the voice for Reading FC matches.

Chatting to local Lambourn Trainers whilst preparing for Royal Ascot, Tim very kindly called in to have a chat with Paul about his life and career as a Sport Editor.

Tim Dellor was born in Reading, Berkshire in 1975, he grew up in Woolhampton, Berkshire, and attended Bradfield College.

Tim graduated from the University of Gloucestershire with a bachelor’s degree in Sport and Exercise Science and Geography and from the London Institute with a master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism.

He is now a Level 4 ECB-qualified coach, making him one of the most highly qualified cricket coaches at the ECB, and used to coach Berkshire Minor County Cricket first team and was once head of their Elite Player programme.

Tim Dellor is also a sports commentator and reporter with the BBC.

He works for BBC Local Radio, BBC South TV and Five Live, commentating on horse racing and international rowing.

He won a Gold Frank Gillard Award for his coverage of the 2012 Olympic Games.

He is regarded as one of the leading sports radio commentators in the UK.

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