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Trish Adudu

Patricia "Trish" Adudu (born 30 May 1969) is a British freelance journalist, television presenter and DJ.

Career

Adudu began working in television as an assistant producer of BBC's sport show Grandstand and the BBC's football show Match of the Day. She then presented on Janet Street Porter's series Reportage. From 1997 she worked as Channel 5's main sports presenter for six years. Five News was based in the ITN Building in London's Grays Inn Road, Adudu was known for her singing in the lifts of the building with "Soap Expert" Chris Stacey, who also worked in the building. This raised eyebrows from senior ITN staff most notably Sir Trevor McDonald. She appeared on the daytime shows Loose Women between 1999-2002 and Inside Out.

Adudu spent much of 2013 and 2014 working with OH TV on Real Talk and other programmes. In May 2014, she presented a report for The One Show. In August of the same year, she returned to The One Show and also presented a segment of Inside Out.

From 2 March 2013, Adudu also worked as a Saturday breakfast presenter for the BBC local radio station Pete Morgan on the station.

In October 2010, Adudu appeared on the BBC Two programme, The Big Silence.

Since June 2014, Adudu has been presenting some weekend editions of Midlands Today. She currently works as a Media Teacher at a Secondary school in Coventry.

Personal life

Adudu's birthday is 30 May and she is engaged with two sons, and chairs the parents' association at her children's school. She lives in Coventry. Her parents are Ghanaian immigrants.

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