Jeremy Nicholas is an award winning TV and radio broadcaster, mainly with the BBC in the United Kingdom.
He's the author of the humorous football book - Mr Moon has left the stadium - Confessions of a matchday announcer. A lifelong fan of West Ham United FC, this is his account of life as the stadium announcer at the Boleyn Ground.
He co-wrote MediaMasters with his good friend and fellow speaker Alan Stevens - It's a guide to sparkling during media appearances.
Jeremy is a member of the Professional Speakers Association and Global Speakers Federation. He is a regular on the after dinner speaking circuit and also comperes and facilitates at large business events.
In 2010 he split his trousers onstage during a talk on using humour to an audience of professional speakers at a convention in Johannesburg. They thought it was part of the act!
During his long broadcasting career he's been punched by Brian Clough, kidnapped by a man claiming to be Jesus and he presented the first radio show ever at the Millennium Dome.
Jeremy did not write any books about piano music, Chopin, classical composers or Jerome K Jerome. That is somebody else who uses 'Jeremy Nicholas' as a professional name.