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Adrian Goldberg

Adrian Goldberg

Adrian presents the BBC WM Breakfast show from 7am - 10am. Find out more his career and how to get in touch with him.


Born in Harborne, Adrian attended Birmingham University, graduating with a degree in English. After trying out various jobs he moved in to the media and is now a ‘veteran’ of many television and radio programmes.

From 1998 to 2002 Adrian worked on BBC ONE’s general consumer show Watchdog as the show’s main investigative reporter and has presented many other television programmes including Channel 4 Cricket, BBC ONE’s Healthcheck, BBC Breakfast News World Cup Desk, and The Really Useful Show. Adrian has also introduced programmes on BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio Five Live and BBC WM.

In addition, he has his own independent production company and has recently made two documentaries called ‘Political Football’ and ‘The Whistleblower.’

Adrian founded Britain’s first football fanzine ‘Off The Ball’, and despite his hectic schedule, still manages to write a weekly newspaper column for the Birmingham Evening Mail.

Away from his media work, Adrian’s main passion in life is football - he’s a season ticket holder at West Bromwich Albion Football Club, making regular trips to the Hawthorns to follows his favourite team.

His other main passion is food - he enjoys cooking and eating out - claiming to know all the best curry houses in the Midlands! Adrian also enjoys watching films, going to the theatre and walking his dog.

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