Adrian Chiles is a British TV and radio presenter working for BBC Radio 5 Live born 21 March 1967 in Quinton, Birmingham. He presented on both The One Show (2007–2010) and Daybreak (2010–2011) with Christine Lampard. He also presented football coverage on ITV sport from 2010 until 2015.
His journalistic training and football love resulted in his presentation of business programs such as Working Lunch and The Money Program as well as sports programs such as match of Day 2.
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Chiles married Jane Garvey, a regular presenter of Woman’s Hour on Radio 4, in September 1998 in Swansea, they separated In June 2008 and divorced in October 2009. Adrian later dated comedian Catherine Tate until 2013.
Adrian Chiles Children
Chiles has two daughters namely; Evelyn Katarina Chiles and Sian Mary Chiles.
Adrian Chiles Family
Chile was born to an English father, Peter Chiles and a Croatian mother Ljerka Chiles.
Adrian Chiles Net Worth
Chile has a net worth of $2 million.
Adrian Chiles Religion
He is a convert to Roman Catholicism. During Lent 2015, he attended Mass daily and at a different church each time; a total of 46 different churches in 46 days.
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Chiles is suspected to be dating Maria Walsh.
Adrian Chiles TV Shows
Match of the Day 2
The Apprentice: You’re Fired!
The One Show
Have I Got News For You
That Sunday Night Show
My Mediterranean with Adrian Chiles
Panorama: Why We Voted to Leave: Britain Speaks
Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation
The Premier League Show
Christine and Adrian’s Friendship Test
BBC Northern Ireland
Drinkers Like Me
Adrian Chiles One Show
The One Show is a program for the British TV magazine and chat show. Broadcast live on BBC One weekend at 7:00 pm, it features topical stories and studio guests. Alex Jones is currently co-hosted alongside Matt Baker (Monday to Thursday) and a Friday guest host. Different reporters also assist in the subject-specific presentation, both in the studio and on-site, or through filmed segments. Originally produced in Birmingham and then in BBC’s Media Village in White City, London, the studio has been in London’s BBC headquarters in Broadcasting House since 2014.
Adrian Chiles Sacked
Chile was sacked by ITV and replaced with football anchor Mark Pougatch.
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What Happened To Adrian Chiles
Chile had a drinking problem. As much as that has not been a reason for his fall, Chile, one of the most paid presenters was sacked from his football presenting career.
Adrian Chiles Itv
Chiles has been facing football coverage by ITV since May 2010. He made his ITV debut on May 24, 2010 in Wembley (England won the match 3-1) presenting the England v Mexico friendly. He made his first appearance on Daybreak, the new breakfast TV program for ITV, on September 6, 2010. The show failed to capture a larger market share than its Breakfast competitor, and it was announced on November 18, 2011, that the show would ax Chiles. Dan Lobb replaced him. Chiles started to present That Sunday Night Show on ITV in January 2011, returning in September 2011 for a second series and a third in January 2012.
His contract with ITV ended on April 20, 2014. He signed a new contract, however, to host the football coverage of ITV purely. The new contract included a £ 1 million annual wage cut. On January 23, 2015, Chiles was announced to have left with immediate effect his role as the football host of ITV. Since then he hasn’t returned to channel.
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in one month, Chile and Christine Bleakley were dumped from the Daybreak sofa by ITV after more than a year of difficult headlines and personal attacks. Since then, Adrian has had time to contemplate what went wrong.
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Adrian Chiles and Charlotte Church join new look Guardian G2 as columnists
The Guardian is pleased to announce that Chiles and Charlotte Church will be joining its revamped life and arts supplement, G2, as regular columnists.
Charlotte will write on health and wellbeing every other Monday and Adrian will write a weekly column every Thursday.
Adrian and Charlotte join a host of G2 columnists, including Bake-Off star Kim-Joy who will have a recipe column on Thursdays and Yomi Adegokewho will be writing about women’s issues.
Kira Cochrane, head of features, Guardian News & Media said:
“I’m thrilled to be welcoming Adrian and Charlotte as columnists, and can’t wait to read their unique takes on modern life. In G2 each day, Guardian readers will find a wealth of creative and thought-provoking features, and brilliant regular sections – from wellbeing on Monday to film and music on Friday”.
G2 launched its new look this week and will feature dedicated pages every weekday: wellbeing (Monday), love and sex (Tuesday), style (Wednesday), food (Thursday) and film and music (Friday).
The changes include a range of new features and columns across the week, including:
- Rhik Samadder who will be putting wellness trends to the test in his column Wellness or Hellness?
- Guardian readers sharing their love stories in How We Met
- Well-known faces discussing their favourite style in The Look I Love
- Zoe Williams‘ new food column
G2 is published as a pull-out section in the Guardian every weekday, Monday-Friday.