is an English radio and television presenter and author, who is currently presenter of The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X.Previously he has presented The Chris Moyles Show on BBC Radio 1 from 2004 to 2012 and Chris Moyles' Quiz Night between 20 on Channel 4.Moyles has worked at various radio stations, including Radio Luxembourg (under the pseudonym Chris Holmes) and Capital FM.
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He has presented the early breakfast show, a Saturday morning show, and the drive time show (from September 1998 to December 2003), before presenting the breakfast show from 5 January 2004 to 14 September 2012.
On 7 September 2009, he became BBC Radio 1's longest serving breakfast presenter.
Moyles has become famous for his maverick broadcasting style on BBC Radio 1 and has been embroiled in numerous controversies, including accusations of sexism and homophobia, due to statements he has made on the air and in the press.
He has achieved various radio awards, and has helped raise money for charity by taking part in challenges, aired on television on behalf of Comic Relief.
Moyles has recorded two parody albums and written two autobiographies.
He frequently made appearances on several television shows including Hotel Babylon, a celebrity version of Dale's Supermarket Sweep, Top Gear, The Charlotte Church Show, The F-Word, The Friday Night Project, The One Show, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, Richard & Judy and The Paul O'Grady Show.While at school, he began his broadcasting career at WBHS (Wakefield's Broadcast to Hospitals Service), a voluntary staffed hospital radio station in the West Yorkshire city.After WBHS, Moyles moved to local radio station Aire FM as an assistant for DJ Carl Kingston.During this time, he was also a presenter on Radio Top Shop in the Leeds Briggate branch.After hosting his own Saturday Evening Show on Aire FM (and occasionally serving as a stand-in presenter), he was then employed as a presenter at Radio Luxembourg in 1992, until the station closed.In 1993, he gained a job at the Pulse of West Yorkshire, presenting the evening show from 7.00 pm–10.00 pm.