We are pleased to announce that British TV and radio presenter, Adrian Chiles will be compering on the night for the annual #No2H8 Crime awards.
Adrian Chiles began his television and broadcasting career with a three week work experience stint at the BBC. He can now count more than 20 years in the industry with highlights including his award winning BBC Radio Five Live programme, Chiles on Saturday, BBC TV’s Working Lunch, The Apprentice: You’re Fired, MOTD2 and The One Show, and ITV’s Daybreak and football coverage. In recent productions for the BBC, he explored his own and others’ faith in a three part series, My Mediterranean; went back to his roots for Panorama to discover why Britain voted for Brexit; and looked back at an extraordinary game of football in BBC 2’s Whites vs Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation. He can be heard regularly on BBC Radio Five where he presents Five Live Dailytwo days a week.
We are honoured to have Adrian on the night with us for what will be a celebration of the vast amount of volunteering and work that takes place in communities to counter hatred, prejudice and intolerance.
Member of the public and organisations can make nominations through the following LINK.