Match of the Day 2 - Netflix
A round-up of the weekend's football action.
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Match of the Day 2 - Adrian Chiles - Netflix
Adrian Chiles (born 21 March 1967) is a British television and radio presenter, currently working for BBC Radio 5 Live. Previously, Chiles co-presented both The One Show (2007–2010) and Daybreak (2010–2011) with Christine Lampard. He was also the chief presenter for football coverage on ITV Sport from 2010 until 2015. His journalistic training and love of football resulted in the development of a career in two streams of broadcasting when he was at the BBC: fronting general and notably business programmes such as Working Lunch and The Money Programme; and sports programmes like Match of the Day 2.
Match of the Day 2 - Personal life - Netflix
Chiles married Jane Garvey, now a regular presenter of Woman's Hour on Radio 4, in September 1998 in Swansea. Chiles and Garvey have two daughters. In June 2008, the couple separated; they divorced in October 2009. 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. He is a well known supporter of West Bromwich Albion Football Club, where he is a season-ticket holder and presenter on some of the club's official DVDs. Both of his cars have WBA in their registration and he has a stained glass West Bromwich Albion crest above his door. Chiles plays the double bass, as revealed when he dueted with violinist Nigel Kennedy playing “Fever” on The One Show. On 7 May 2008 his co-presenter on The One Show, Christine Lampard, sang part of a song with Chiles accompanying on piano. He claims that his “Brummie” accent worked in his favour at the BBC.
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