Speaker / Host
Nick Ferarri is the well known TV presenter and host of the LBC 97.3 weekday breakfast show. A massively entertaining and hilarious after dinner speaker, Nick also makes a great choice for hosting corporate and award events. His impressive media career spans TV, radio and press, covering major news stories, and he has interviewed some of the biggest names in showbiz, such as Elton John and David Bowie.
About Nick Ferrari
Nick Ferarri has also developed a hugely successful stage show, re-enacting his radio programme for a live audience, which played at many theatres across London. The stage shows were so popular that they were repeated following the release of his debut book, The World According to Nick Ferrari. Nick recently launched the highly-anticipated revised edition of his book, The World – and London – according to Nick Ferrari and took to the stage again in Nick Ferrari – A Comeback (Part 1).
Nick Ferrari’s father ran a successful news agency and Nick, keen to make a name for himself in the same industry, joined the Kentish Independent Newspaper in 1981. He joined London’s talk radio station LBC 97.3 in 2001 and became presenter of the weekday breakfast show.
Nick Ferrari moved into broadcast media starting as the launch editor of the Sky News Channel and moving on to work for Fox TV and L!ve TV before presenting with Talk Radio. He joined London’s talk radio station LBC 97.3 in 2001 and became presenter of the weekday breakfast show. Since then, he has won many prestigious awards, including the 2006 Sony Radio Gold Award for Best Breakfast Show, the Arqiva Presenter of The Year and this year won 2009 Sony Radio Gold Award for Speech Broadcaster of the Year.
Nick Ferrari was a regular guest on ITV’s The Alan Titchmarsh Show and has appeared on many other TV programmes including GMTV, London Tonight and London Talking all for ITV and Newsnight and The Daily Politics for BBC2. In 2007, he starred in the ITV reality show Call Me A Cabbie.
Formerly, he presented the discussion programme Forum on Press TV, an Iranian news channel. He quit his show on the station on 30 June 2009 in protest at the Iranian regime’s crushing of dissent after the country’s presidential election of 12 June 2009.
"Nick gave the event a fantastic kick start. He was both entertaining and relevant, seamlessly weaving his stories and experiences into our message. He set the pace and captured the imagination of the audience"
Barnet Education Business Partnership