Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer spoke to Matthew Morrison about The Greatest Dancer, Tony Blackburn about his new podcast with Ricky Wilson and Kerry Howard about Dawn French’s new show The Trouble with Maggie Cole. However, when taste-testing non-alcoholic cocktails a toy duck was thrown at the presenters knocking a glass off the counter, but when Kerry Howard swore live on air Tim was forced to apologise.
Kerry Howard spoke to Tim and Simon today about a new drama that starts next week on ITV.
The Trouble with Maggie Cole centres around Maggie (played by Dawn French) who is the village gossip.
Based in a picturesque coastal town, Maggie will do a tell-all interview to a radio journalist about what the town is really like.
However, when she starts getting down to the nitty-gritty of the resident’s personal lives, she will set off an unstoppable ripple in the village of Thulbury.
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Sunday Brunch: tim Lovejoy forced to apologise after Kerry Howard swore (Image: CHANNEL 4)
Sunday Brunch: Kerry Howard swore live on air after a glass was smashed (Image: CHANNEL 4)
Alongside Dawn French, the cast will include Mark Heap, Julie Hesmondhalgh, Vicki Pepperdine, Patrick Robinson, Phil Dunster, Gwyneth Keyworth and Kerry Howard.
Kerry explained her role: “I am actually a cougar in the show, my boyfriend is 21-years-old and I am on the verge of 38-years-old.
However, it was later in the show that saw the studio thrown into chaos as a glass was smashed live on air.
The guests gathered as they tested a number of non-alcoholic cocktails, but when the segment was over things started going wrong.
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