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Adrian preparing to live at the London Olympic Park.

Adrian preparing to go live at the London Olympic Park.  (Photo: Nicky Kelvin)

Adrian is an experienced broadcaster for radio and TV. From 2007 – 2014,  he led BBC London’s coverage of the 2012 Olympic story, appearing live on BBC TV many times each week for seven years, on location and in the studio.

You can view his showreel for Adrian Warner Media on Youtube here.

He is an accomplished packager and editor of TV reports and his stories have also been broadcast on the BBC’s 10 o’clock news, News Channel, BBC World, The Politics Show, Inside Out as well as on BBC World Service radio and Radio 4 and Radio Five Live.

He has the skills to turn your company or organisation’s stories into fascinating audio-visual material for broadcast or websites.  Since leaving the BBC in mid-2014,  Adrian has also presented a corporate video, produced by the Kaptcha TV company.

Steve Fletcher, Kaptcha’s creative director, says: “Adrian presented a studio-based interview with a Pensions expert for an ‘as live’ modular video we produced for one of our clients. Our client commented on his natural ability to engage with both the contributor and the audience, ensuring he came across as both knowledgeable and relaxed, despite having to adhere to a fairly prescriptive script.

“Adrian was a pleasure to work with and was happy to be involved in shaping the content prior to filming. We look forward to working with him again on other projects in the future.”

Adrian on the radio

Adrian talking to Phil Parry on BBC Radio at an East London community event.


Adrian is a regular host of conferences, debates, award ceremonies and charity and corporate functions. He has spoken at conferences for sports marketing executives, chaired debates on sports law and urban regeneration issues and acted as the Master of Ceremonies for an Education award ceremony in central London.

In 2017 he was a host and speaker at an international artificial turf conference organised by Tarkett Sports in the German city of Cologne.

He is capable of handling all different sorts of occasions. His charity work has included acting as an MC for an Epilepsy Action fundraising dinner at the Olympic Park, chairing a debate for the Norwood charity at Goldman Sachs, running an auction for a Hertfordshire charity and speaking to Scottish architects and builders in Inverness about Olympic venues for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

Vonnie Carson from Marie Curie says: “Adrian was our guest speaker at the Highland Construction Dinner and was able to show his wealth of knowledge and experience, in particular in his role as  2012 BBC Olympics Correspondent, of the massive building project which the Games required. He was extremely professional  — and amusing too!”

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