Radio presenter, Graham Liver, tied the knot with his partner at the weekend.

Lancaster-born Graham Liver, who presents BBC Radio Lancashire’s breakfast show, married David Simpson at Lytham Hall on Saturday (October 15).

After the big day, MPs, celebrities and colleagues have been congratulating the couple on their marriage.

Mike Stevens will be filling in for Graham this week on the breakfast show as he enjoys his honeymoon.

Lancashire Telegraph: Graham Liver and David SimpsonGraham Liver and David Simpson (Image: BBC)

Graham said: “We got married and Blackburn Rovers won away as well.

“Mike Stevens and Leanna Bayes will wake you up in the morning."

Speaking on the Radio Lancashire breakfast show this morning (October 17) Graham said: “My hangover is just about going now.

“In terms of an event I thought it went really well, I was very happy with it.

“The amount of comments we have received is so lovely. To everyone who has wished Dave and I well – thank you, it means an awful lot.”

BBC Lancashire shared a picture of the couple in their suits and said: “Congratulations to Graham and Dave from everyone at BBC Lancashire.”



BBC traffic reporter, Parin Begum, said: “With the breakfast team at the wedding of the year. Congratulations, Graham and Dave.”



Co-host, Leanne, said she had a “fabulous day”.

Cat Smith, MP for Lancaster and Fleetwood, said: "Congratulations Graham and Dave".

Fiona Miller said: "What a fab photo. Congratulations Graham and Dave."

A fan said: "Wishing you both the best of everything - and hoping the cake [which was made and transported by Leanne] arrived safely.

Graham popped the question to David, who is head of nursing and emergency care at East Lancashire Hospitals Trust, in 2021.

Lancashire Telegraph: Graham Liver and David SimpsonGraham Liver and David Simpson (Image: BBC)

The pair were on-board the East Lancashire Railway steam train when the popular DJ got down on one knee.

The happy couple celebrated with a slap-up meal and a glass or two of bubbly while travelling the 12 miles from Heywood to Bury and back along East Lancashire's heritage railway tracks.

Graham announced his engagement live on air after posting a picture on Twitter on Sunday morning of his dog, Toby, with a biscuit saying 'my humans are engaged'.