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  Johnny Vegas Series For C4

Channel 4 has commissioned Llas Vegas following the glamping adventures of actor and comedian Johnny Vegas and his long-suffering assistant Bev, as they set about establishing a holiday home camping site in North Wales.

Johnny and Bev need to source and renovate five vintage, single story buses and transform them into unique holiday homes on wheels on a site in Wales.  But with no previous experience of running a business or conducting renovations on this scale, Johnny and Bev have a long battle ahead as they try to establish a must-stay glamping site in time for the summer season.

Jonathan Rothery, Channel 4 Commissioning Editor said: “This is Johnny as we’ve never seen him before, following a dream to create the ultimate glamping site, from inception to realisation. We’re delighted that he and Bev have chosen to share their glamping adventure with us.”

New Cooking Show

MasterChef judge John Torode and actress and food writer Lisa Faulkner have been given their own weekend cooking show.

They will host John And Lisa's Weekend Kitchen on Sunday mornings on ITV.

The couple, who are engaged, met when Faulkner won MasterChef in 2010. Since then she has released three cookbooks.

The former Holby City and EastEnders actress said she was "delighted" they had been asked to make a programme together.

"It's a lovely series to be asked to present and even better that we get to share some of our favourite recipes and ideas with the viewers," she said.

"I know we are going to have a lot fun making it."

ITV said the couple would present "from a cosy modern kitchen" and show viewers how to create "deliciously simple dishes".

Torode said he was "really thrilled and excited to be working with Lisa".

"Our Weekend Kitchen will certainly be a great reflection of us working together on food and our style and chatting about things we love to do, made for Sunday morning viewing," he added.

There will be nine episodes of the hour-long show, which is being produced by the team behind Good Morning Britain, Lorraine, This Morning and Loose Women.

It has yet to be announced when the show will air.

 

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