Rosie Jones to Cover Paralympics

2016 Funny Women Awards finalist, podcaster, and writer Rosie Jones will be heading to Tokyo to cover the Paralympics as The Last Leg’s on-the-ground reporter.

The show will air nightly for the duration of the Games and presenters Adam Hills, Alex Brooker and Josh Widdecombe will not be joining Jones in Japan but staying in London.

Other names heading to Japan with Jones are wheelchair basketball player Ade Adepitan will front the highlights show Today In Tokyo from Japan; Clare Balding will present coverage from Channel 4’s new satellite HQ in Leeds and Arthur Williams and Steph McGovern will head a daily Paralympics Breakfast Show.

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