This weekend will see a very special Pointless Celebrity edition, as Richard Osman and Alexander Armstrong host a Blue Peter edition of the quiz.
It will be music to the ears of anyone between the ages of 20 and 35 as we will all remember how envious we were for that friend of a friend who gave himself a cute badge.
But it’ll be an even bigger episode for the Emmerdale fans among us, as the upcoming show will star Tim Vincent, who not only hosted the kids’ show herself, but also played vet Adam. Forrester in the Yorkshire-based soap opera.
It was just years after being on Blue Peter, Tim starred in the hit soap ITV.
He was in 64 episodes from March 21, 2000 to January 16, 2001.
Fans will remember Tim’s character, Adam, arriving in the village just as a truck collided with a bus, resulting in numerous casualties.
Adam managed to save the majority of the passengers.
He then clashed with Marlon Dingle, as the two tried to win over Tricia Dingle’s affections. Tricia chose Adam but the relationship quickly ended after she caught Virginia West calling Adam back to bed.
Adam also saved Paddy Kirk after being unconscious by a horse, ending the feud between them and Paddy’s girlfriend, Mandy.
His time in Emmerdale came to an end when a horse suffered an adverse reaction to penicillin and he was discharged from veterinary surgery.
Tim started presenting Blue Peter in 1993, and during his time on the CBBC show he completed the New York Marathon and traveled to South Africa.
In fact, former Blue Peter editor Biddy Baxter has said that Tim – who quit in 1997 – is the longest-serving presenter, and for his service he was awarded the Blue Peter Bronze Badge. , a butterscotch cardigan and a packet of Quavers shrimp cocktail.
In addition to his on-screen career, Tim has done quite a bit of acting over the years, appearing in the musical production of ‘pantomime’ for a number of years, still playing the role of Dandini in Cinderella. .
He went on to host the Sky One show “There’s Something About Miriam,” a 2003 reality show starring six men trying to win over a Mexican model.
And two years later, he hosted a Conservative Party political show.
But arguably one of the biggest points of his career came in 2009, when he and Joe Swash became Guinness World Record holders for throwing the most pancakes at a partner in a challenge. on Channel 4 The Paul O’Grady Show.
Over the years, Tim has also lived in the United States, while hosting the Miss USA pageant in 2007.
But outside of the screens, Tim dipped his toes into the radio world and presented shows on the ‘Galaxy’ radio network, Capital FM, and in August 2009, was announced as the guest host of Kim’s Secret Songs. Wilde Sunday on Magic FM.
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Tim’s personal life is very different, however. The veteran presenter is the proud father of two adorable twins, Jasper Oliver and Felix Samuel, whom he shares with his partner Gemma Charles.