BRADFORD is about to be on the centre of an episode of a primetime TV present on Channel 4 subsequent month.
Rosie Jones has visited the town with a particular movie star visitor for her Joanna Lumley-narrated Journey Hazard: My Nice British Journey programme.
Returning for a second sequence, it sees the comic journey to probably the most unlikely of UK places looking for journey.
Joined at varied places by a bunch of movie star friends – together with comic Guz Khan, actress Fay Ripley and presenter AJ Odudu – the newest instalment is about to be more unusual than ever earlier than.
Presenter AJ Odudu options within the sequence
Packed stuffed with heart-in-mouth moments, Jones is eager to show that her sense of journey is aware of no limits.
For her journey to Bradford, the 32-year-old shall be joined by Friday Night time Dinner star Tom Rosenthal.
The son of well-known broadcaster Jim performs one of many sons, Jonny, within the fashionable Channel 4 hit and Marcus Gallo in ITV’s Plebs.
Friday Night time Dinner’s Tom Rosenthal joins Rosie when she visits Bradford
Jones mentioned: “We actually needed to discover all components of the UK and we particularly needed to go to locations that folks most likely haven’t seen on a journey present earlier than.
“Locations like Bradford, Northampton, Blackpool, we wish to present what wonderful issues you can do there.
“I’ve watched each episode now and each time I end one I am going, ‘yeah, that was my favorite’.”
Jones, prior to now, labelled herself the “excellent quantity of disabled” and has appeared on exhibits akin to Eight Out Of 10 Cats and The Final Leg.
Rosie has change into a star lately
Along with her cerebral palsy forming a central a part of her comedy routines, Jones has been applauded for normalising disabilities on each the tv and stand-up comedy circuits, alongside the likes of Adam Hills and Tim Renkow.
She added: “Principally, I’m utilizing Channel 4’s cash to do all the things I’ve ever needed to do. So a variety of leaping, a variety of falling out of planes, leaping off cliffs, falling down buildings and simply me having a bloody good time.”
Comic Guz Khan with Rosie on the highest of Blackpool Tower
It isn’t the primary time this yr, that the TV cameras have focussed on the town.
Earlier this summer time, the controversial Bradford On Responsibility aired on the BBC, whereas dramas akin to Peaky Blinders, Gentleman Jack, The Crown and Joyful Valley have been filmed within the district lately.
Journey Hazard returns to Channel 4 and All 4 on Tuesday, August 23.
The episode based mostly round Bradford will air on Tuesday, September 13.