Adam Catterall is a professional Radio Presenter at Talksport. He is also known for motivational speaking and voice-overs. According to his Linkedin profile bio, he has won multiple awards as a radio presenter. He is one the most famous radio presenters who have been involved in various national and international level sports commentary on radios.
Bio: Adam Catterall
Adam Catterall has been working as the radio presenter of talkSPORT since February 2015. He is also a motivational speaker for Adam Catterall Ltd. He has also represented himself in other radio platforms like BBC, Absolute Radio, ITV, Bauer Media, etc. Adam has won several awards for radio presenting like the Arqiva Commercial Radio Presenter of the year, New York Radio Awards, European Radio Awards, and many more.
Net Worth: Adam Catterall
Adam Catterall’s exact net worth is not revealed. However, he has great contributors to his net worth. We can identify this because he has worked for many renowned Radio stations and been a part of the 2012 Olympics game.
Personal Life: Adam Catterall
Born in Blackburn, Lancashire, Adam Catterall attended St Bede’s Roman Catholic High School, Blackburn between 1992 and 1997. He went on to study A level’s at St. Mary’s College, Blackburn. Whilst DJing in nightclubs up and down the country, Catterall worked at computer distribution firm in Accrington until 2001. He is married to Katie and they have two young children.
Career: Adam Catterall
Catterall’s career in radio began at the age of 24 when local radio station Rock FM made him their overnight presenter. He quickly progressed through their schedule and was announced as the Breakfast show presenter in November 2006. In 2007, he was named the UK’s commercial radio presenter of the year, the first of many industry accolades. In May 2010, Catterall left Rock FM and radio presenting in general after deciding to not renew his contract with the station.
In April 2011, Catterall presented his first show on BBC Radio 1 and remained a permanent fixture on the network until the summer of 2012 when he began a role in sport, presenting at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Catterall has been a permanent fixture on Talksport since 2014 and has led their boxing and UFC coverage since 2017. He joined BT Sport in January 2019 to front their new UFC program “Open Mat” alongside former UFC world title challenger Dan Hardy.
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In March 2016, Adam began a podcast with Nick Peet, the former editor of Fighters Only magazine. Fight Disciples aimed to talk to fight fans as if they were listening to their well informed friends in the pub. In April 2017, Fight Disciples won “Best Sports Show” at the British Podcast Awards. They won the same award in April 2018, a feat that no other podcast in any other category has managed to do before or since. In 2018, they won a Radio Academy Awards for “Best Sports Program” beating national radio broadcasters from BBC Radio 5 Live and Sky Sports. The success of the podcast has led to many other business opportunities including the brewing of their own beer.
Adam Catterall is an avid social media user. He is very active on social media. Adam is famous on Instagram as he goes by the username @adamcatterall and has over 26k followers on his Instagram. He also has 61.9k followers on his Twitter account and goes by the username @AdamCatterall.