|Known for||Interviewer and journalist in Heat|
Lucie Cave is the Editor in Chief of Heat magazine and the Heat brand (spanning heat radio, heatworld.com and heat TV). She graduated with a 2:1 in English Literature from the University of Sheffield in 1995, where she was the editor of the University newspaper Darts. Her career started with Trouble TV.
On 25 May 2014, Hodder published Joey Essex's number one selling ghost-written autobiography called Joey Essex: Being Reem, written by and dedicated to Lucie Cave. On 2 May 2006 she also ghost-wrote the HarperCollins published Jade Goody's autobiography titled Jade: My Autobiography, dedicated to Cave. She also wrote Abi Titmuss' book - released in spring 2008.
Cave has appeared on numerous TV shows as a presenter and media pundit. Including 'E! live from the red carpet', and the National Television Awards and the TV Baftas. She also hosts two weekend shows on Heat radio  and was a relief presenter on breakfast station GMTV for their Talking Telly segment. She was a regular guest on Ray D'Arcy's breakfast show, on Irish radio station Today FM. She also presents some shows on the channel Heat. She hosts segments and shows on 4Music and presents Weekend on Saturdays with Aled Jones.
- Plunkett, John (31 March 2013). "Heat magazine's Lucie Cave: 'It's about being cheeky, funny, not mean'". the Guardian.
- Jason Deans (22 September 2011). "Lucie Cave named editor of Heat". The Guardian. Retrieved 22 September 2011.
- "Darts – student newspaper days". 29 August 2007.
- "From Doctor to Diva". Current Accounts. Easier Finance. 4 June 2007. Retrieved 12 March 2008.
- Preston, John (9 June 2006). "Ghost Stories". The Daily Telegraph. London. Archived from the original on 2 July 2008. Retrieved 12 March 2008.
- Oliver Marre (1 April 2007). "Pendennis". The Observer. London. Retrieved 12 March 2008.
- "LIVE! National Television Awards 2014 red carpet! - Video Dailymotion". Dailymotion. 1 February 2014.
- "BRIDE BOGGLES: Finding The Ring". Grazia.
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