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Johnny Vegas will guest host Sunday Brunch this weekend

24 June 2015 8:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Johnny Vegas will guest host Sunday Brunch this weekend.

The comedian and actor is covering for Tim Lovejoy, who is on holiday, and will appear alongside Simon Rimmer on June 28.

"As a former guest, genuine fan and regular pest of Sunday Brunch via Twitter, I'm chuffed to be asked to co-host with Simon whilst Tim heads off to Glastonbury to 'break in his new wellies'," Vegas said.

"The lads have a great synergy, but even the strongest of relationships can benefit from time apart. I've sensed for a while now that Simon has been wanting to spend time with other people.

"I mean, look at how he behaved with fellow chef Michael Caine, he was practically throwing himself at him! Can you blame Tim for running off to a music festival to drown his sorrows in organic cider?"

He continued: "Now I don't want the production team to feel like »

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Tfi Friday – it's your live blog, it's your live blog, as it happened

12 June 2015 2:54 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Chris Evans returned for a one-off special with guests including Jeremy Clarkson, Blur and Liam Gallagher

Tfi: a nod to 90s nostalgiaWhat happened to Friday night TV?

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Lessons learned? Never have Lewis Hamilton on your television programme as the main guest. Never pretend that the 1990s were better than they were. And never go back. Never, ever go back.

Anyway, thanks for joining me. If you want to follow me on Twitter, I’m @StuHeritage. If you don’t, I’ll try not to lose any sleep. Ok, bye.

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And that’s it. That’s really it. More clips of when the show used to be good – all of which we’ve seen elsewhere during this episode, strangely – and we’re done.

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“Can you remember when Tfi Friday started?”

“In the 1990s? No.”

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If the studio audience has gone a bit quiet, »

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Channel 4′s Sunday Brunch Available Now on FilmOn

28 April 2015 8:01 AM, PDT | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

Do you love your entertainment news mixed with what’s new in cooking? “Sunday Brunch,” starring Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer, is now available for entertainment news and cooking fans to watch and enjoy on FilmOn. The Channel 4 television program features what it calls a “chilled mix of recipes, previews and guests.” Here are some of the guests you can expect on one of the episodes featured on FilmOn’s online Channel 4 presentation. “Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer host as Jason Donovan talks about his role in the play, The King’s Speech, Isa Guha chats about her time as a world cup-winning cricketer, Shaun Keaveny discusses BBC Radio 6 and  [ Read More ]

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Spencer Matthews drops F-bomb live on Channel 4's Sunday Brunch

18 January 2015 6:33 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Spencer Matthews accidentally swore live on morning television.

The Made in Chelsea star was appearing on today's (January 18) Sunday Brunch on Channel 4 when he dropped the F-bomb during a story about selfies.

The star was heard saying "f***ing hell" before host Tim Lovejoy quickly apologised for the bad language.

The Sunday Brunch Twitter account then referenced the incident, tweeting: "I feel a tropical episode of #sundaybrunch coming on @SpencerMatthews."

I feel a tropical episode of #sundaybrunch coming on @SpencerMatthews

Sunday Brunch (@SundayBrunchC4) January 18, 2015

The Made in Chelsea personality appeared on the Sunday morning programme alongside Rob Delaney, Sharon Horgan, Seth Lakeman, Mark Ronson and Bill Oddie.

Matthews also appears in Mic: Fit, a fitness DVD featuring the cast of E4's reality show.

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