Steph McGovern is a journalist who has worked on shows including BBC Breakfast, Watchdog and Shop Well for Less. In her new programme The Steph Show, she has given a glimpse into her Yorkshire property as coronavirus means she will present the show from home.
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The government has urged Britons to stay indoors amid the coronavirus crisis.
Many people are now working from home, including big names on the TV.
Steph McGovern hosts the first episode of Channel 4’s The Steph Show today which will be broadcast from her home in Yorkshire.
The daily show will celebrate everyday heroes while offering advice and entertainment for viewers.
Speaking about broadcasting from home, Steph explained: “So this might not be how we planned it, but I’m itching to get on air and get chatting to all the people out there doing amazing stuff through these crazy times.
“Whatever you’re up to, we want to bring some much-needed joy to your day and help you navigate your way through the madness.”
What is her home like inside?
The broadcaster has already given a sneak peek into her property with a video posted on Twitter.
In the clip, she gave fans a tour of her living room/kitchen where the show will be broadcast.
Steph said: “I just want to show you around quickly so you can see how we’re doing it because we have to do it as safely as we can.”
The spacious room had light cream walls and a wooden floor and cream rug.
Spanning around the room, Steph showed her L-shaped dark grey sofa which sat in front of a flat screen TV.
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The space was given a pop of colour with yellow, orange, navy and monochrome pillows stacked neatly at the sides.
The living room was decorated with wooden furniture and a number of stylish ornaments including a gold pineapple lamp and cactus.
Steph panned around to reveal the room joined into a large kitchen where the filming would also take place.
“At various points around the kitchen we’ve got cameras,” she added.
In the kitchen area, there was a clean white theme with white painted cupboards and drawers.
The flooring was large square cream tiles and there was a central island in the middle.
The area was well lit with large square window throughout the room.
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