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Biography: Adrian Chiles

Adrian Chiles is a familar face on television and radio presenting a broad spectrum of sport and business programmes.  He is an accomplished interviewer and facilitator sparking conversation and ideas.  Adrian is a witty raconteur who is equally adept at after dinner speaking as he is hosting an awards ceremony.

Adrian Chiles is one of Television’s most versatile and sought after presenters. He was main anchor of BBC’s ‘The One Show’ alongside Christine Bleakley. The pair left the BBC to join ITV and host ‘DayBreak’.

Adrian was a regular presenter of MOTD2; and a host of The Apprentice: You’re Fired on BBC Two. He now fronts ITV1's football coverage including UEFA Champions League, FA Cup, World Cup, as well as That Sunday Night Show.

Adrian presented the hugely successful first series of Who Do You Think You Are on BBC Two, and has featured as a guest presenter on BBC One’s Have I Got News for You. He spent 13 years as presenter of daily business news programme Working Lunch on BBC Two and has also wrote and presented several one-off documentaries for the BBC including Asian Millionaires, Working in the Dark (BBC One), So What Do You Do All Day (BBC Two), It Beats Working (BBC One), Royal Millions (BBC One), and What Ron Said (BBC One).

As a radio presenter Adrian has worked on Financial World Tonight on Radio 4, Wake up to Money on, and 6-0-6 both on Radio 5 Live. Adrian’s own radio show Chiles on Saturday won a Sony Radio Academy Gold Award in 2002.

Adrian’s first book We Don’t Know What We’re Doing, a diary of a season in the lives of West Bromwich Albion Fans and their families, was published by Little Brown in 2008 and was runner up in it’s category at the 2008 Sports Book Awards.

Adrian Chiles is a fantastic awards host and presenter at any live corporate event. He is also an amusing after dinner speaker.

For further information or to book Adrian Chiles, call us on +44 (0)20 7607 7070 or email info@speakerscorner.co.uk

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