While COVID-19 was setting up for the first time, Steph McGovern and Channel 4 decided to broadcast their brand new daytime program from their home in Harrogate, Yorkshire.
And according to The Sun, it didn’t go well with his irritable neighbors.
Steph, 37, hosts The Steph Show from his home in a classy cul-de-sac, publication reports, and the other residents are said to be getting hacked by the trips back and forth.
Neighborhood Watch: When COVID-19 first set up shop, Steph McGovern and Channel 4 decided to broadcast his brand new daytime show from his home, Yorkshire
The Sun says “production equipment parked outside and the regular flow of deliveries for The Steph Show has been greatly reduced.”
A source told the newspaper, “It seemed like a good thing to broadcast the new show as planned.
“But unfortunately, this has been going on for some time and the neighbors are becoming more and more irritable.
“The idea that this would continue for many weeks was too difficult for them to accept.”
Upheaval: Steph, 37, hosts The Steph Show from his home on a posh dead end, publication reports, and other residents have reportedly begun to get hacked by the round trips that it entails
Not impressed: The Sun says “production equipment parked outside and the regular flow of deliveries for The Steph Show has diminished badly”
MailOnline approached representatives for comment.
Channel 4 confirmed that “The Steph Show currently has a production team of five working on site. All strictly follow the PHE guidelines.
The Steph Show was launched on March 30 – with Channel 4 poaching former BBC Steph presenter for themselves – but the opening numbers weren’t great.
Only 234,000 viewers watched the first episode.
Steph recently revealed that the BBC Breakfast chef once told him to change his “lairy outfit”.
Bold: Steph revealed that she had been asked to “soften” her clothing choices by the former director of BBC Breakfast after arriving in a red dress and heels for work
After arriving at work in a bright red dress and heels, the reporter was asked to “soften” her clothing choices by former BBC morning news manager Alison Ford, who died of breast cancer in 2013.
She admitted to the Telegraph’s Stella Magazine
She said, “I presented myself in a shiny Topshop dress with big New Look heels, and I was taken aside by Alison and I just asked to take her down a notch or two.
“I guess a lairy outfit combined with my accent would have meant that I would have been difficult to take seriously. “