The weak link returns with Romesh Ranganathan in place of Anne Robinson

The weak link returns with Romesh Ranganathan in place of Anne Robinson

She has vowed to calm her sour tongue, but Anne Robinson may have something to say about the BBC bringing back The Weekest Link with a new host – Romesh Ranganathan.

I can tell that after a hiatus of ten years from our screens, Rapid Fire General Knowledge Quiz will be back as a great show on Saturday night.

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With Romesh Ranganathan as new host, The Beeb brings back the weakest link after a ten-year hiatus from our screens[/caption]

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But the quick general culture quiz will be back without its famous host, Anne Robinson.[/caption]

Instead of the general public, applicants will be celebrities looking to raise money for their favorite charity. Preparing for his biggest job ever on television, BAFTA winning comedian Romesh said: “It is an honor that we are invited to bring a fundamental institution of television back to our screens.

“Anne was a great host and it’s a worrying privilege to put myself in her shoes. Hopefully, we’ve found a way to please the show’s fans and attract new viewers. Otherwise, accept it as my apologies.” Do it.

As before, the eliminated candidates at the end of each round will be told, “You are the weakest link – goodbye” until there are only two left for the face-off finals.

Filming will soon begin in Glasgow, with all 12 episodes airing at the end of the year.
Anne, who begins today as the presenter of Countdown, has hosted The Weakest Link since her Series 13 debut in 2000.

It has grown into one of Beeb’s largest international franchises, with more than 100 countries producing their own versions. But the show sparked controversy when the fast-paced Anne shamed a single mom for receiving benefits and asked if her kids had ankle tags.

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This Morning’s Vanessa Feltz accused Anne of racism, following scathing remarks about her relationship with her black partner, singer Ben Ofodou. I’m sure the rough-witted Romesh will be nice and funny, or else it will be a goodbye for him too.


BAFTA winner Romesh said: “Anne was an incredible host and it’s a worrying privilege to put myself in her shoes”[/caption]


Anne has hosted The Weakest Link since her Series 13 debut in 2000.[/caption]

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Queen Vic owner Mick Carter is more used to a six-pack of beer than Jack Hudson while sunbathing in Albert Square.

Mick of EastEnders, played by Danny Dyer, asks Jack (James Farrar) to give Frankie some driving lessons.


Jack Hudson, played by James Farrar, shows off his abs while sunbathing in Albert Square[/caption]


EastEnders’ Mick asks Jack to give Frankie driving lessons, but he could distract her from the road wearing such clothes[/caption]

But he secretly wants to take it up a notch with Mick’s other daughter, Nancy.

He better put on his shirt or he could distract Frankie from the street.

Jenna cheated

Scotland finally got the better of England when Jermaine Janus was sewn by talkSPORT colleague McCoist.

The former Rangers footballer tricked the Motley Fool into posing in a suit with Scottish salt on his back. Jermaine thought he was wearing a special outfit to mark the 60th anniversary of the Euro.

Farmer Jeza Ki Soori 2

Impossible Farmer Jeremy Clarkson landed the second set of his hit Clarkson Farms after the show broke all records on Amazon Prime Video.

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Part eight takes us into the life of the Grand Tour presenter at his Diddle Squat farm in the Cotswolds – mingling with animals, dealing with bad weather, uncooperative crops and an agricultural nightmare brought on by the pandemic.

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Jeremy Clarkson’s second hit series after the series made Clarkson’s Farm Amazon’s highest-rated show.[/caption]

The series became Amazon’s top-rated show and the owners decided that a follow-up was a no-brainer.

A source said: “Jeremy is Amazon’s golden boy and a new series is already in the works. It’s given a five star rating on Amazon and a 9.3 rating on IMDb, which is virtually unheard of.

“That means Jeremy Caleb’s fellow farmers, ‘Cheerful’ Charlie and Gerald will all be in front of cameras on the farm again.”

Wellies at your fingertips. . .

Cathy is the best in the business

Kathy Burke The stay is sorted for this summer – after meeting trailer park entrepreneur Alfie Best for his Money Talks show on Channel 4.

In the first episode, on July 5, the comic and the actress chat with Alfie, who was born on the side of a road. But, inspired by his roots as a traveller, he is now charged after creating Wildcrest Parks, a company more than fifty years old.

Kathy Burke reunites with trailer park contractor Alfie Best for next Monday’s episode of Money Talks

It has 80 locations in the UK with three more in operation and has helped build a bank balance of £465 million.

Alfie also owns a Bugatti Veyron supercar, luxury villas in Barbados – where he is friends with Prime Minister Mia Motley – a golf club and the Isthmian League East Thurrock Football Club, which he bought during the lockdown.

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This is what I call making dough during a pandemic – not the thugs who brag about baking their own bread.

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