Adrian Chiles Biography
Adrian Chiles is a British media personality. He works for BBC Radio 5 Live and was the chief presenter for football coverage on ITV Sport from 2010 until 2015. His journalistic training and love of football resulted in his presenting business programmes such as Working Lunch and The Money Programme as well as sports programmes like Match of the Day 2.
Adrian Chiles Age
He was born on 21st March, 1967, Quinton, Birmingham, England
Adrian Chiles Height
He stand at a height of 5 feet and 7 inches.
Adrian Chiles Education
He started his education at Haybridge High School, and then worked in his father’s scaffolding business, before graduating with a degree in English literature from the University of London.
Adrian Chiles Parents
He was born to an English father and a Croatian mother, however his parents names are unknown.
Adrian Chiles Siblings
Adrian experienced his childhood along with his brother, Neville Chiles. However, his sibling information is not publicly available.
Adrian Chiles Wife
Adrian married Jane Garvey, a former regular presenter of Woman’s Hour on Radio 4, in September 1998 in Swansea. In June 2008, the couple separated; they divorced in October 2009. Chiles is now in a relationship with Guardian editor Kath Viner.
Adrian Chiles Children
Chiles and Garvey have two daughters.
Adrian Chiles BBC And ITV
His experience from Financial World Tonight led to him fronting the BBC Two business show Working Lunch, where he came to popular notice. He has scripted and fronted a variety of other programmes for the BBC including, for BBC Two, the 2003 series So What Do You Do All Day? For BBC One he created and fronted Royal Millions.
During August 2006 Chiles co-presented a pilot of a new BBC One early-evening magazine programme, The One Show. The programme was re-commissioned for 2007 with Chiles returning as host, leaving Working Lunch. Chiles’ last appearance on The One Show was on 30 April 2010 and his favourite guest from the programme, rock singer Robert Plant, appeared again.
In January 2016, Chiles returned to BBC television, where he fronted a 2-part religion/travel series My Mediterranean with Adrian Chiles for BBC Two. In July 2016, he presented a special edition of Panorama called “Why We Voted to Leave: Britain Speaks” for BBC One. On 1 January 2019, he hosted a follow-up programme on BBC Radio 4 called “Brexit: bewitched, bothered or bewildered?”
When the BBC won back the rights to Premier League football, Chiles became the host of Match of the Day 2 on Sundays. In the run-up to the 2006 World Cup, he was an integral part in BBC Three’s African Cup of Nations coverage. He was also a member of the BBC’s World Cup team often bringing viewers late night highlights.
After news media speculation suggesting that the BBC wished to increase the popularity of The One Show on Fridays by introducing Chris Evans alongside Christine Lampard in an extended one-hour format, Chiles was said to be discussing a contract with ITV.
In January 2011, Chiles began presenting That Sunday Night Show on ITV, which returned for a second series in September 2011 and a third in January 2012. His contract with ITV came an end on 20 April 2014. However, he signed a new contract to purely host ITV’s football coverage.
Adrian Chiles Salary
His salary is estimated to be USD 80,000.
Adrian Chiles Net Worth
His net worth is estimated to be USD 500,000.
Adrian Chiles Instagram
He does not have an Instagram account