Steph McGovern has announced she’s halting her home-made Funnel 4 show to “give my loved ones the house back”.
She was initially because of host The Steph Show, a brand new live daily lunchtime programme, from the studio in Leeds.
But she’s been going live from her family room in Harrogate for any month due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Funnel 4 director of programmes Ian Katz stated: “I believe we’ve extended the persistence from the neighbours a little too far coupled with to remove it.”
McGovern, with a six-month-old daughter, tweeted: “Around I have loved carrying out a lockdown show in your own home Irrrve never expected it to take this lengthy.
“We have made the decision you’re ready to possess a break and provide my loved ones the house back.”
She added that they wishes to resume broadcasting in the new studios “over a couple of several weeks, once they are securely ready to go”.
Katz added: “You want to hold back until we are able to enter into the studio and convey the show you want to make. We are producing the initial Steph Show as quickly as possible.”
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The ultimate lockdown form of the show is going to be aired on 7 May, but McGovern joked that they “can always be putting on slippers” when she moves towards the studio.
The Steph Show has lately been attracting around 160,000 viewers each day – reduced than rival shows such as this Morning, Loose Ladies and Bargain Search.
Because the lockdown, numerous TV, radio and podcast hosts happen to be broadcasting at home, while some will be in studios while sticking to social distancing rules.
A Funnel 4 spokesperson stated: “The Steph Show is going to be back on air later this season when it will likely be broadcast live from Leeds Pier of course planned.