Michael Adams (presenter)
|Born||23 August 1999|
|Television||Show Me What You're Made Of, Blue Peter, CBBC|
Adams was born in Sunderland, though was raised in Houghton-le-Spring, just outside of Durham. He was educated at Houghton Kepier School in the town between 2010 and 2015, continuing studies for a further two years at the Durham Sixth Form Centre. He had shown an interest in television from a young age.
Adams first appeared on television during continuity links on CBBC with Iain Stirling in April 2012. He later went on to appear on Blue Peter with Helen Skelton and Barney Harwood for a few appearances in June 2012, including one on their Big Olympic Tour. Since then he has appeared on continuity links for CBBC with Sam and Mark.
He was later seen on documentary series Show Me What You're Made Of with BBC Three regular Stacey Dooley in December 2013. Whilst in Brazil filming the programme, Adams worked in a bike factory, prawn farm, technology factory, baseball cap factory and a cattle farm.
Archival footage of Adams featured in the fifth series of Show Me What You're Made Of in 2015, and at a similar time he began contributing to the unofficial Coronation Street Blog.
In August 2017 he spoke with BBC Radio 5 Live's Phil Williams about Barbara Knox's potential departure from Coronation Street. The following month he paid tribute to the late Liz Dawn in an interview with Judith Moritz for the BBC News at Six.
|CBBC Presentation||Continuity links|
|Blue Peter||3 episodes|
|2013||Friday Download||Show Me What You're Made Of promotion|
|Show Me What You're Made Of||5 episodes (2013)|
Archival footage (2015)
|2017||BBC News at Six||Liz Dawn tribute|
|2019||Cold Feet||Uncredited bit part|
|2013||BBC Newcastle||Drivetime interview|
|2017||BBC Radio 5 Live||Interview with Phil Williams|
- "show Me What You're Made Of Episodes of Season 7". Seriestop. Retrieved 2018-08-30.
- "CBBC – Blue Peter's Big Olympic Tour". BBC. 2012-06-08. Retrieved 2012-06-16.
- "Sunderland teen chosen to front CBBC TV show about factory children in Brazil". Sunderland Echo. 2013-11-28. Retrieved 2013-12-27.
- @MichaelAdamsUk (2019-01-28). (Tweet) https://twitter.com/. Retrieved 2019-02-10 – via Twitter. Missing or empty
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