As fans look forward to another instalment of the hit BBC One show, we reveal who’s on The One Show tonight.
It’s one of the highlight of our weeknights, settling down on the sofa after a hard day at work and catching up on what’s been going on in the world.
Alongside the topical features are high profile and sometime A list guests, who drop by for a chat with the new One Show presenters. And we’ve got the inside scoop on who’s appearing on tonight’s special show…
Who’s on the One Show tonight?
One Show presenters Angelica Bell and Harry Judd will be joined by comedian Jack Whitehall and Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing on The One Show tonight (October 15 2021).
The guests will be taking to the famous green sofa to reveal all about their exciting new projects.
Jack Whitehall is a much-loved British comedian who has had a successful stand-up career with TV spin-offs and sell-out arena tours. He has also acted in Fresh Meat, Bad Education and appears with his dad in the Netflix show Travels with my Father. He’s most recently been rumoured to be going on I’m a Celebrity 2021.
Jamie Laing is best known for appearing in the Channel 4 reality show Made in Chelsea. Though last year, the 32-year-old appeared on Strictly Come Dancing, making it to the final with Karen Hauer. He also owns and runs the confectionary company Candy Kittens – very apt as he’s the great-great-grandson of the man who invented the McVities biscuit.
What time is The One Show on tonight?
The One Show broadcasts every weeknight at 7pm on BBC One.
The topical chat show runs for approximately half an hour. And is aired live from the BBC’s Broadcasting House in London.
You can always catch up with the programme after it’s broadcast, with it being available on demand via BBC iPlayer.
How long has The One Show been running?
The One Show has been running for 15 years, with the first episode airing on August 14 2006.
From 2006-2010, the show was fronted by hosts Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley. Current host Alex Jones then took over with comedian Jason Manford in July 2010.
Manford then departed a few months later and presenter Matt Baker came in as his replacement. Matt went on to co-host the show with mum-of-two Alex for 10 years. And his last show was on March 31 2020.
Two new permanent One Show hosts were announced in 2021: former footballer Jermaine Jenas and singer Ronan Keating. And they make up the presenting team alongside long-term host Alex Jones.
Whilst Alex is on maternity leave, the two men have been joined by several guest presenters. This has included ex-footballer Alex Scott, ex-hockey player Sam Quek, plus presenters Gethin Jones and Rylan Clark Neal.