Graham Norton Joins Virgin Radio To Host Weekend Show After BBC Radio 2 Release


Graham Norton joined Virgin Radio after the departure of the BBC Radio 2 host.

It was recently announced that the 57-year-old TV star is leaving BBC Radio 2 after hosting the Saturday morning show for 10 years.

The media personality said: “I am excited and a little surprised to join Virgin Radio UK in 2021. I was very happy where I was, but the opportunity to host shows throughout the weekend seemed too much. beautiful to be missed.

“Plus, the energy and enthusiasm of Virgin Radio is contagious and I can’t wait to get started! Did I mention that the studios are very close to where I live?

Virgin Radio UK Content Director Mike Cass added: “Graham Norton is one of the few truly unique talents in broadcasting.

He continued, “I am delighted to welcome him to the Virgin Radio family in the New Year. He will bring double wit, double jokes and double love on Saturday and Sunday.”

Graham will host his final show on BBC Radio 2 on Saturday, December 19, 2020.

Graham to host his latest BBC Radio 2 program next month

BBC Radio 2 listeners loved him when he first replaced Jonathan Ross on the show, and his own replacement has yet to be revealed.

The Eurovision Song Contest host said: “Obviously, I’m sad to walk away from my show on Radio 2. I’m going to miss being part of the Wogan House family, as well as the listeners and their lives.

Graham’s replacement on BBC Radio 2 has yet to be confirmed

“I want to thank my producer Malcolm Prince and all the teams I have worked with for a great decade of radio. Luckily with the Eurovision and Drag Race talk show, the BBC continues to be my ideal TV home. “

BBC Content Manager Charlotte Moore added: “Graham Norton will be sorely missed on Saturday mornings on Radio 2, he is a first class broadcaster, but I am delighted that he is committed to continuing to be a regular feature of the BBC as the host of its hugely popular and award-winning The Graham Norton Show, BBC coverage of Eurovision and Drag Race UK. “

Virgin Radio UK was originally launched in 1993 and was later renamed to Absolute Radio in 2008.

Years later, in 2016, the media company relaunched again with a live broadcast of A Virgin Train by Edith Bowman and Matt Richardson.

Two years later, it was confirmed that former Radio 2 Breakfast Show host Chris Evans would move to Virgin.


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