Quiz bosses do the dirty on Brad

Daily Star Sunday - - FRONT PAGE - ■ EX­CLU­SIVE by ED GLEAVE ed­ward.gleave@dai­lystar.co.uk

lu­di­crous to a ques­tion I can some­times start laugh­ing so much I won’t be able to ask any more ques­tions at speed. I have to stop and gather my­self.

“Then the ad­ju­di­ca­tor and lawyer have to come on to the floor and take the ex­act tim­ing we were at. “Then we have to start again. Thank­fully that rarely hap­pens. The prob­lem is I never see the ques­tions be­fore­hand, so I’m play­ing along with every­one else.”

Telly favourite Bradley has helped to make The Chase a mas­sive hit for ITV.

It pulls in up to five mil­lion view­ers ev­ery week­day in its teatime slot, mak­ing it one of the most suc­cess­ful day­time shows of all time. The for­mat has also been sold around the world with ver­sions in China, Ger­many, Aus­tralia, Is­rael and the US. Bradley is re­port­edly set to join Doc­tor Who as the new as­sis­tant, but he has vowed to con­tinue fronting The Chase for as long as view­ers want him in the role.

He said: “I’ll do it for as long as the public want me. I’m happy to do it be­cause it’s a great show. We have such a laugh. It’s a joy.”

Spin-off pro­gramme The Fam­ily Chase is cur­rently be­ing shown on Satur­day nights.

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