Presenter | Broadcaster

With a wealth of live presenting experience, and as one of television’s most recognisable faces, hiring Adrian Chiles to host awards ceremonies or to facilitate conferences will ensure that your event is tied together seamlessly.

One of the most versatile presenters in the UK, Adrian has been a prominent figure on screen and radio for over 20 years, currently presenting Chiles on Friday on BBC Radio 5, as well as Question Time Extra Time on the same station.

Adrian co-presented Daybreak with his long-time on-screen partner Christine Bleakley in 2010 and 2011. He launched The One Show (BBC One), Match of the Day 2 (BBC Two), The Apprentice: You’re Fired (BBC Two) and Working Lunch (BBC Two).

Adrian has hosted an array of documentaries for the BBC including two-part documentary series for BBC Two entitled My Mediterranean with Adrian Chiles, exploring the various religious festivals and customs in the region, a Panorama special investigating the reasons Britain voted to leave the European Union (BBC One), Whites vs Blacks: How Football Changes a Nation (BBC Two) and Drinkers Like Me (BBC Two) .

Between 2010 and 2015 Adrian fronted ITV’s football coverage, including the Champions League, Euros, two World Cups and England internationals. During this time he also presented three series of his successful That Sunday Night Show, also for ITV1. His multiple appearances on entertainment shows include the likes of Room 101 (BBC One), Would I Lie To You? (BBC Two), Have I Got News For You (BBC One), and Insert Name Here (BBC Two).

He has previously presented the Friday edition of 5 Live’s drive-time show, Financial World Tonight (BBC Radio 4), Wake up to Money (BBC Radio 5 Live), and 6-0-6 (BBC Radio 5 Live). Adrian’s work continues to receive great recognition, with his radio show Chiles on Saturday (BBC Radio 5 Live) winning a Sony Radio Academy Gold Award in 2002.

“A brilliant broadcaster, wry, witty, with an affable gruffness” 

The Daily Telegraph