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Jeremy Nicholas is a writer and broadcaster with thirty years on TV and radio, most of it with the BBC. He’s best known for presenting the breakfast show on BBC London as well as The World Today on the BBC World Service.
Globally he’s known for his live commentary of the Paralympics at London 2012 and subsequent World Championships. Children across the world know him as the voice of the best selling FIFA video games. Over the years for the BBC he’s commentated on many football finals at Wembley, royal events and general elections.
Jeremy’s hosting of the event will be interspersed with stories of the many interesting, hilarious and shocking incidents in his years as a speaker and broadcaster.
He knows a bit about customer service as the co-owner of the award winning chocolate business Bianca Marton Chocolates, in west London.