|Born||Harborne, Warwickshire, England|
|Known for||Journalist and radio presenter|
In August 2008, Goldberg joined talkSPORT and presented the overnight 1am - 6am slot from Monday to Thursday. He left in September 2010 to present 5 Live Investigates, a current affairs programme for Radio 5 Live.
He returned to BBC WM to present a Saturday morning phone-in programme before taking over Ed Doolan's BBC WM Monday to Thursday lunch-time shows from September 2011.
From February 2012, Goldberg's show moved to the 9am-12 midday slot. He left in August 2014, ostensibly to concentrate on making and contributing to network radio and television programming, having suggested he enjoyed his Radio 5 Live Investigates programmes and making a Radio 4 documentary. He reported on a news item for national BBC News on 30 November 2014.
we have lost a lot of manufacturing and we need to re-skill and tool up for today, and the future, in the digital age ... I intend the project to stay in the region, to create jobs in the region and be sustainable in the region.
In conjunction with the launch of The Stirrer, Goldberg announced the formation of a production company, Kick in the Grass, which produced a documentary about disquiet in the world of football - Manchester DisUnited. Goldberg initially claimed that Kick in the Grass would produce one or two films annually and that viewers would pay £6 to download them from his website. However, the company has produced no further films for commercial release since 2006. The Stirrer closed in September 2010 after Goldberg began his role on Radio 5 Live, which he said was incompatible with editing the website.
Goldberg was listed at number 41 in the Birmingham Post's annual Power 50 (of the people they consider the most powerful and influential in the West Midlands) in July 2007, but was not included in 2008.
- Radio 5 Live launches new look to Sunday evenings featuring cream of business, politics and current affairs BBC Press Office 10 August 2010
- Adrian's vision of a digital future Birmingham Post, 12 June 2006
- "Manchester Disunited and Other Football Feuds". (Midlands Arts Centre). Retrieved 5 August 2007.
- Goldberg announces he is to stop editing The Stirrer, The Stirrer August 29, 2010
- "Adrian Goldberg". BBC. Retrieved 12 February 2012.
- Goldberg confirms he has stopped editing The Stirrer, The Stirrer September 7, 2010
- "No.41 Adrian Goldberg". Birmingham Post. 17 July 2007. Retrieved 16 October 2008.
- "Power 50". Birmingham Post. 16 July 2008. Archived from the original on 19 August 2008. Retrieved 20 August 2008.
- "Politics Show - Meet presenter Adrian Goldberg". BBC News. 2 March 2003. Retrieved 5 August 2007.