Adrian Chiles Biography
Adrian Chiles is a television and radio broadcaster from the United Kingdom. With Christine Lampard, he co-hosted The One Show (2007–2010) and Daybreak (2010–2011). From 2010 to 2015, he was also the principal presenter for ITV Sport’s football coverage. His skills and passion for football led to him hosting business shows such as Working Lunch and The Money Programme, as well as sports shows such as Match of the Day 2. He is now employed by BBC Radio 5 Live.
How old is Adrian Chiles? – Age
He was born on 21 March 1967
Where did Adrian Chiles go to school? – Education
Chiles began his schooling at Haybridge High School, then worked in his father’s scaffolding company until graduating from the University of London with a degree in English literature (studying at Westfield College, now part of Queen Mary, University of London). He was an avid amateur performer before attending university, performing in musical productions of Mary O’Malley’s Once A Catholic and Sandy Wilson’s The Cheese at the Crescent Theatre. He applied for and failed both Civil Service examinations after graduation, and was then invited to apply for MI5 – he failed the second interview. [required citation] He was a sportswriter for the News of the World after studying journalism at Cardiff.
Adrian Chiles – Family
Chiles was born to an English dad and a Croatian mother in Quinton, Birmingham, and moved to Hagley, Worcestershire when he was four years old. His Birmingham accent is a highlight of his talks. He can also communicate in Croatian, despite his admittedly limited knowledge of the language’s verbs, declensions, and cases.
Adrian Chiles Wife
Chiles married Jane Garvey in Swansea in September 1998, a former frequent broadcaster of Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour. Chiles has two kids with Garvey. The pair divorced in October 2009 after separating in June 2008.
Chiles is a double bassist, as he demonstrated on The One Show when he performed “Fever” with violinist Nigel Kennedy. Christine Lampard, his co-host on The One Show, performed part of a song with Chiles on the piano on May 7, 2008.
In February 2019, Chiles started writing a weekly column for The Guardian.
What is Chiles Salary?
He earns an estimated salary that ranges from $155,000 to $159,999 annually.
Chiles Net Worth
He has a net worth of $2 million.
Adrian Chiles Career
Since then, he’s developed, wrote, and hosted a number of additional BBC shows, including the 2003 series So What Do You Do All Day? for BBC Two, which looked at the lifestyles of the affluent and famous, as well as Asian billionaires. He developed and hosted Royal Millions, a documentary about the Queen’s finances for BBC One, as well as reporting for Panorama and other documentaries. Chiles hosted The Apprentice: You’re Dismissed!, a spin-off series of the popular UK television show The Apprentice, from 2006 to 2009, in which he interviewed the most recent contestant to be fired.
In 2009, he departed the BBC and was replaced by Dara Briain. Chiles co-hosted a pilot for The One Show, a new BBC One early-evening magazine show, in August 2006. Chiles was re-commissioned as host for the 2007 season, leaving Working Lunch behind. Chiles’ most recent performance on The One Show occurred on April 30, 2010, when his favorite guest, rock musician Robert Plant, returned. Prime Minister Gordon Brown, party leaders David Cameron and Nick Clegg also paid video tributes to an emotional Chiles during his last program.
The One Programme Show
The One Programme is a British television magazine and talk show. Every weekend at 7:00 p.m. on BBC One, it covers current stories and studio guests. Alex Jones is presently co-hosting the show with Matt Baker (Monday through Thursday) and a guest host on Friday. Various reporters also contribute to the subject-specific presentation, whether in the studio, on location, or via recorded parts. Since 2014, the studio has been based in the BBC’s Broadcasting House headquarters in London. The studio was first produced in Birmingham and then in the BBC’s Media Village in White City, London.
Adrian started working at the BBC as an assistant producer and by 1993 was hosting Radio 4’s Financial World Tonight. He began hosting and producing his own show in 2002, Chiles on Saturday, for Radio 5 Live, which won the Gold Medal in the sports category at the Sony Radio Academy Awards. Chiles returned to Radio 5 Live in November 2013, co-hosting Drive on Fridays with Anna Foster. In October 2014, he took over as presenter of the new show 5 Live Daily from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays, with Peter Allen and, later, Emma Barnett hosting on Wednesdays and Fridays. He was relocated to Fridays exclusively in January 2018, and the title was altered to Chiles on Friday, with Emma Barnett presenting from Monday through Thursday under the title The Emma Barnett Show, while the substance remained largely the same.
Adrian Chiles ITV
Chiles has been subjected to ITV football coverage since May 2010. On May 24, 2010, he made his ITV debut at Wembley Stadium (England won the match 3-1), presenting the England vs. Mexico friendly. On September 6, 2010, he made his debut on Daybreak, ITV’s new breakfast TV show. The show failed to acquire a bigger market share than its breakfast competition, and on November 18, 2011, it was reported that Chiles would be fired. Dan Lobb took his position. He began hosting That Sunday Night Show on ITV in January 2011, and returned in September 2011 for a second season, followed by a third in January 2012.