Konnie spills the beans on her time on the hit kids' show, including moment she told viewers 'I've seen a cockatoo in my time'. I once fell over the dog in the studio and I dropped the tortoise which, luckily, landed on a cushion. But everything I said sounded really pervy and wrong. I always felt safer in shorts than higher thigh-line attire. In the early days I was a lot more conservative, but I learned to loosen up.
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The programme has seen many presenters grace the studio over the years, many of whom have gone on to become household names. Known for its string of wholesome activities, it's "here's one I made earlier" line, the well-loved Blue Peter garden and resident pets, the TV stalwart has welcomed many rising stars over the decades. And who could forget the iconic badges, with kids desperate to get their hands on one of the classic boat pins — or a gold one if they did something extra special? But the show hasn't been short of controversies, having witnessed a career-halting drug scandal, a sex tape and an autobiography flop. Richard Bacon hosted Blue Peter in for just 18 months, when he became embroiled in a drug scandal. He was the first-ever presenter to have his contract terminated mid-season after he admitted taking cocaine in a London nightclub. However, despite the incident, he has forged a successful TV and radio career having guest hosted This Morning and The Wright Stuff, and his 5Live radio show until
'Best ever' presenter Konnie Huq reveals her sauciest moments on Blue Peter and that bat on her bra
Konnie presented Blue Peter for ten years, becoming the show's longest serving female presenter. Six months ago, Konnie Huq walked out on a world made of old yoghurt cartons and sticky-back plastic, and populated by children and sweet little animals, in order to find fame and fortune among the grown-ups. She had achieved her ambition to overtake Valerie Singleton as the longest serving female presenter of the flagship BBC children's programme Blue Peter and was now ready for a fresh challenge. At the time, she described her ten years on the show as 'like living in a bubble'.