The former business specialist has transferred to ITV, swapping Premier League for Champions League and heading up the channel’s breakfast programming.
After swapping BBC for ITV, Adrian Chiles heads up Champions League football coverage and presents the breakfast programme Daybreak.
The former One Show host cut his teeth on Working Lunch before transferring to the Match of the Day 2 sofa. Presenting Apprentice: You’re Fired and a raft of other formats, Adrian showed himself as a man for all seasons - be it sport, consumer or lifestyle shows.
Originally a print journalist, Adrian joined BBC Radio as a researcher on Financial World Tonight and World Business Report. He moved into television and reported on everything from the Royal finances to European Union food policy. He also made a highly acclaimed film on perfume houses for The Money Programme.
Adrian also trailed Branson and Cameron Mackintosh for So What Do You Do All Day, and hosted the first series of Who Do You Think You Are.
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JLA was established in 1990. There are now 33 agents and support staff based in our central London offices – booking speakers, presenters and performers for more than 2000 corporate client events each year.
As the UK’s biggest specialist agency we have unparalleled buying power and industry knowledge. Drawing on established relationships and a constant flow of client feedback, our agents / account managers offer informed and impartial advice on every imaginable brief.
We like to stand out in other ways too. JLA publish the annual Index directory and host regular Speakers Breakfasts with motivators, business leaders and opinion formers. And each September we stage The Real Variety Show, where 850 guests join us to preview up-and-coming comedy artists.
Over three decades we’ve sought to build a reputation for uncovering new talent as much as securing headline names.