Profile

Jeremy is an award winning TV and radio presenter who has been broadcasting since 1986. He now works as a professional speaker, compere and facilitator. He talks about media matters, attracting free publicity and putting humour into your business presentations.

As well as writing columns for various magazines, Jeremy is the co-author of MediaMasters with Alan Stevens along with Mr Moon Has Left The Stadium – Confessions of a Matchday Announcer. Jeremy is the director of Talking Toolbox which teaches speaking skills for TV, radio and live audiences. Jeremy facilitates and introduces events for major organisations and the announcer on the EA Sports video games. Jeremy has been the stadium announcer at West Ham United FC since 1998. He has also worked for the Football Association, announcing at England internationals and for the Rugby Football League. He won a Sony Award for his breakfast show on BBC Greater London Radio and a New York Academy Award for his live commentary on the Hillsborough disaster for BBC Radio Nottingham. He also presented The World Today on the BBC World Service, afternoons on BBC Radio 5 Live, You Cannot Be Serious and Sick As a Parrot for BBC Radio 5, Call the Doc and Time Smart for Talk Sport and Jeremy Nicholas in the Afternoon on GLR. He was the face of television sport for the first two years of Channel 5 fronting live European and World Cup football, Live and Dangerous, Turnstyle and Sick as a Parrot.