20 April ~ Adrian Chiles once filmed an interview for The Culture Show in the WSC office. Before that, in WSC 229 (March 2006) Cameron Carter described him as "the most likeable person on television", something ITV are obviously hoping to capitalise on. Back in 2002, Chiles took part in a round-table debate (along with Andy Burnham, now the Secretary of State for Health) at the start of the season. Here's what they had to say

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Comment by pip 2010-04-21 09:46:12

He's the new Eamonn Holmes. Why do footballers get such a unique chasing when you see the talent to wages ratio of most TV presenters.

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