TV presenter and comedian Harry Hill is to present his own celebrity-filled cooking show on satellite channel Sky 1.
Entitled Harry Hill's Tea-Time, the eight-part series will feature a new celebrity guest every week, and include 'bonkers' games and musical interludes, as well as some actual cooking.
The production will be a satirical take on the current cooking show trend, heavily influenced by Hill's irreverent commentary on television programming as showcased in the popular Harry Hill's TV Burp.
"I'm thrilled to be joining Sky's exciting line-up of entertainment programming," said Hill, "and even more excited to know that my programmes will now be broadcast via satellite so that aliens will be able to watch them."
The TV personality was recently seen on the small screen in character as Professor Branestawm in the BBC's made-for-television children's movies. His last hosting appearance was on the 2015 incarnation of 'Stars In Their Eyes'.
Harry Hill's Tea-Time has been commissioned for two series and will begin airing in autumn later this year.