BBC Breakfast host Dan Walker has dished on his latest move away from the show. The TV anchor recently released his book Remarkable People: Extraordinary Stories of Everyday People, where he shines a light on others who have shown selflessness and provided courage during challenging times.
The 43-year-old detailed his reservations about writing it, as he is not used to being the person being interviewed.
His comments come as the broadcaster admitted the thought of writing an autobiography seemed like the “worst idea ever”.
Instead, the father-of-three chose to focus on the incredible people that he has crossed paths with throughout the course of his career.
Dan confessed: “Yes, [I did have reservations]. I didn’t really want to give too much away of myself, if you know what I mean.
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Dan said: “Two things collided, one I was due to be making a TV documentary this year going back to South Africa 10 years after the World Cup in 2010 and revisiting some of the people that I met there.
“It was going to be a TV programme, but obviously that got cancelled because of the pandemic.”
The Football Focus host was later approached to write an autobiography about his career in TV journalism.
But he admitted he thought that would be the “worst idea ever”.