David Whiteley

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For the American racehorse trainer see: David A. Whiteley

David Whiteley (born 4 May 1977, - Essex, England) is the presenter of the BBC TV documentary programme Inside Out - East.

Whiteley was born in Essex and started his career working for the commercial radio station Essex FM in 1995 as a broadcast journalist. During this time he was a finalist in the New York radio festival.

In 1998 he moved to BBC Essex in Chelmsford where he read the breakfast news bulletins and was a reporter. He won a bronze Gillard award for broadcasting.

Whiteley then moved to TV, working as a reporter for Look East, where he received an RTS award for Newcomer of the Year in 2001.

Since starting with Inside Out in 2003, Whiteley has become a producer/director, in addition to his duties as the frontman of the show. He has presented a number of network documentaries and also is Stewart White's stand in on BBC Look East.

Whiteley is also the co-presenter of cult radio show, 'Treasure Quest' on BBC Radio Norfolk, along with Sophie Little. The show has a massive following and Whiteley took over from David Clayton in 2016.

On 16 August 2008 he married BBC Look East presenter, Amelia Reynolds. They have two daughters.

Whiteley is a North Sea surfer and Star Wars aficionado!

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