Speaker / Host
Adrian Chiles is the instantly recognisable, highly experienced and knowledgeable broadcaster and presenter. Indeed he is one of the most versatile presenters on British TV. A much in demand conference host, he is confident and personable, and the ideal choice to moderate corporate events.
About Adrian Chiles
Adrian Chiles is truly impressive awards host and presenter. He is also an amusing after dinner speaker. A household name, Adrian’s professionalism and wealth of experience means you get a truly versatile individual for all manner of hosting or after-dinner engagements. Adrian has hosted events for many clients such as UK Trade and Investment, The Bank of England and The Institute of Chemical Engineering. His main areas of expertise are in Business, Finance and Sport.
Adrian Chiles is best known for co-presenting The BBC’s The One Show with Christine Lampard, Working Lunch and The Money Programme as well as for his extensive sports broadcasting. His recent TV credits include BBC documentaries My Mediterranean with Adrian Chiles, the widely acclaimed White Boys and Black Heroes – How Black Footballers Transformed Modern Britain and Panorama’s Why We Voted to Leave: Britain Speaks. He is also the voice of news and exclusive interviews in the mornings on BBC5 Live Daily
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 BBC2 documentary series entitled My Mediterranean With Adrian Chiles aired in January 2016.
Adrian co-presented Daybreak with his long-time on-screen partner Christine Bleakley in 2010 and 2011. He launched The BBC’s The One Show, Match of the Day 2, The Apprentice: You’re Fired and Working Lunch, and Adrian also presented several one-off documentaries and documentary series for the BBC including The BBC’s Panorama Asian Millionaires, Working in the Dark – So What Do You Do All Day? It Beats Working, Royal Millions, and What Ron Said. In 2016 hehosted a two-part documentary series for BBC Two entitled My Mediterranean with Adrian Chiles, exploring the various religious festivals and customs in the region.
As a radio presenter Adrian currently hosts 5 Live Daily on Monday and Tuesdays. He has previously presented the Friday edition of 5 Live’s drivetime show, Financial World Tonight (BBC Radio 4), Wake up to Money (BBC Radio 5 Live), and 6-0-6 (BBC Radio 5 Live). His radio show, Chiles on Saturday (BBC Radio 5 Live) won a Sony Radio Academy Gold Award in 2002.
In 2016 Adrian Chiles investigated the infamous game of football that took place in May 1979, where an all-white team took on a team comprised solely of black players.
"The pace, business anecdotes and sense of timing were just perfect!"
Design Business Association
"Adrian was a pleasure to work with. He took time before the event to understand our requirements and our audience...keeping a long evening flowing well. Professional, witty and happy to meet with delegates afterwards... I would happily recommend Adrian as a host"
"A brilliant broadcaster, wry, witty, with an affable gruffness"
The Daily Telegraph