Channel four dating show
We reckon it sounds a bit too much like a combo of US show Dating Naked and Keith Chegwin’s unforgettable Naked Jungle, a Channel 5 assault course game show from 2000.
Meanwhile The Great British Skinny Dip is a documentary following British Naturism as they try to find swimming venues and other places for their members to hang out (ahem).
Using the power of the internet, I searched for marine biologist Collin Drake.
The search results only included references and descriptions for the Discovery Channel show I was watching.
Hunt had been considered a leading candidate for the chief executive role at the commercial network, but is now effectively out of the running for the post. Her exit comes as Channel 4 searches for a new chief executive after David Abraham said he was leaving, most likely by the end of the year.
She has been at Channel 4 since 2011, and is well-known in the U. Hunt paid tribute to Abraham and the wider Channel 4 team in a statement announcing her departure: “I’ve been lucky to have a superlative boss in David Abraham and to have been supported by the best commissioning team in the business.
Thanks to new programmes The Great British Skinny Dip, Stripped and the hotly-anticipated Naked Attraction, viewers can expect their eyes to be filled with plenty of limbs, bushes and cracks when switching the telly on over the next few months.
Naked Attraction is thought to be starting next month and it is a bit like Blind Date – except there are six possible choices of date with those potentials all chilling out in the buff the whole time.
I also owe a huge thank you to the brilliant producers, directors, writers and on screen talent who’ve made it such a thrilling time to be at the helm.” Abraham said: “Jay took on one of the biggest challenges in broadcasting back in 2011 and through immense creativity, courage and determination has delivered magnificently.
In recent years the delivery of our remit and our creative output has reached new heights and both I, the staff of Channel 4 and the whole industry owe Jay huge thanks for all she has achieved.” Hunt mentioned “Bake Off,” the subject of much controversy in Britain after its switch to Channel 4 was announced, in her statement.
One of the friends hooks what they refer to as “something big” and eventually the boat goes down.