2020 is off to flying start over here at Knight Ayton Management, with plenty of familiar faces hitting our screens.
Lucrezia Millarini is swapping the ITV news room for the skating rink on ITV’s Dancing On Ice, while Martin Lewis’s ratings continue to soar with The Martin Lewis Money Show also on ITV.
Michael Buerk has returned with a new series of How the Victorians Built Britain on Channel 5. Over on BBC One Angela Rippon and Julia Somerville explore the issues driving holiday makers round the bend in Rip Off Britain: Holidays. They are also back for the latest instalments of Rip Off Britain: Live, which kick off next week on BBC One.
Dr Helen Lawal is back with the team for the new series of How To Lose Weight Well on Channel 4, exploring fad diets and offering up the best health tips. She also hit our screens with Food Unwrapped Does Breakfast, where she investigated bacon sandwiches also over on Channel 4.
Tim Harford’s More or Less series returned to BBC Radio 4, explaining and sometimes debunking the numbers stats used in politics, the news and everyday life.
Adam Shaw has presented a new episode of Panorama: How to Save the High Street, exploring the crisis that has hit our high streets, and what we can do to save them.
Jennie Bond headed to Lisbon for Holidaying with Jane MacDonald.
Meanwhile, our royal experts have been discussing the decision of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to step down as senior royal family members. Camilla Tominey has been on This Morning as a regular contributor talking about the latest royal news. Kate Williams, too, has appeared on various outlets for the BBC and CNN, discussing Harry and Meghan, whilst Patrick Jephson, former Chief Secretary to Diana, has written for the Mail On Sunday on the subject.