Helen Skelton stepped in to replace Steph McGovern on her Channel 4 chat show after the host had to self-isolate.
Steph McGovern has revealed she turned down the opportunity to appear on Strictly Come Dancing this year.
Host Simon Rimmer celebrated Easter Sunday by cooking a roast lamb live from his own kitchen, as Sunday Brunch continues to broadcast from its presenters’ homes.
Have I Got News For You’s stay-at-home experiment has received mixed reviews from viewers on social media, though many praised the show for persevering in spite of the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Strictly Come Dancing star Kevin Clifton has said that his girlfriend Stacey Dooley dances more around their flat than he does.
Steph McGovern has launched her new television show live from her living room after being forced to alter its format because of coronavirus.
Steph McGovern has said it was “a bit of a shock” seeing cameras inside her house, ahead of filming her new TV show at home.
Steph McGovern has said she had reservations about recording her new Channel 4 show from home, as she wanted to protect her family’s privacy.
Steph McGovern has been scrubbing her living room in preparation for her new TV show.
Octogenarian “Grime Gran” will tell people how to behave during the coronavirus pandemic in a new Channel 4 show responding to the crisis.
The BBC has pledged to “keep the country entertained during these testing times” with a raft of programming including replacements for Glastonbury Festival and the Eurovision Song Contest.
Steph McGovern became emotional as she watched a reel of her highlights from her time on BBC Breakfast.
Steph McGovern has announced the birth of her daughter saying the new addition arrived “just as BBC Breakfast was wrapping up”.
Steph McGovern has paid tribute to her former colleagues on BBC Breakfast as “the most supportive group of show-offs you’ll ever meet”.
BBC broadcaster Steph McGovern is to present a new daily live show on Channel 4.
Steph McGovern has announced that she is expecting a child.
Middlesbrough-born TV presenter Steph McGovern has shared a pitch sent to her by a charity which included two versions of the same email, one of which was written in slang from her home town.
Steph McGovern has said that Donald Trump was “creepy” and told her she was “so beautiful” when she interviewed him several years ago.
BBC Breakfast’s Steph McGovern has said “posh” people earn more than her for doing similar jobs.