Chiles to present new Sunday night talk show
Adrian Chiles will present a new Sunday night talk show with regular guests including former deputy pm John Prescott, musician Shaun Ryder and football manager Harry Redknapp.
They will be among the members of a celebrity panel joining the Daybreak host to look at the week's events on That Sunday Night Show on ITV1.
ITV's director of comedy and entertainment Elaine Bedell said: "That Sunday Night Show promises to be the perfect round up of the week as Adrian and his guests cast a wry eye over the past seven day's events and the week ahead."
There will be eight 30-minute episodes broadcast early next year.
Other guests lined up to appear include former spin doctor Alastair Campbell, racing driver David Coulthard and comedian Al Murray.
Chiles left the BBC this year and his contract with ITV, thought to be worth £6 million over four years, also sees him front the channel's football coverage as well as Daybreak.
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