Johnny Vaughan has returned to the lock-keepers cottages that housed the enduring TV present The Large Breakfast.
The Radio X presenter, 54, who turned a star presenting the present from 1997 to 2001, visited the home – which is up on the market for £5.75 million – in a clip for his radio present.
The spacious place is positioned Previous Ford Lock, in Dace Highway, East London and boasts six bedrooms and half an acre of land.
The house – which was initially three cottages – was extensively renovated after the present wrapped in 2002.
It is presently cut up into two buildings that are linked with inter-connecting doorways.
The property has a wrap round backyard and a big outside swimming pool and a lot of giant home windows look out onto the attractive inexperienced house.
As Johnny walked round the home he was flooded with fond reminiscences such because the household of the week segments within the kitchen and having a lot of A-list visitors.
In August, Channel four introduced that the anarchic present will return for a one-off particular.
Comic Mo Gilligan will host as a part of C4’s “black takeover day”, with the format reimagined by way of an “unashamedly Black British lens”.
Mo, proper, stated: “I’m grateful to be requested to host this particular occasion, notably as a part of such a massively thrilling and history-making day for British tv.”
Movie star Gogglebox, Countdown and Channel four Information can even function all-black expertise as C4 marks the killing of George Floyd and Black Historical past Month 2021.
The channel desires to “kick-start a recent push for larger illustration”.
Ian Katz, director of programmes, stated: “Channel four was created to present voice to underrepresented elements of society and do issues different broadcasters wouldn’t, and the Black Takeover qualifies on each counts.
“It will likely be way more than a day of eye-catching programming, offering a focus for our efforts to drive up on and off display screen illustration and leaving a long-lasting legacy on the channel and past.”
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