The BBC has today confirmed that TV presenter Paddy McGuinness will be the new host of BBC One's long-running sports quiz A Question Of Sport. McGuinness will be joined by new team Captains - sporting pundits Sam Quek and Ugo Monye.
McGuinness, who has become a firm favourite with UK and international audiences hosting motoring entertainment juggernaut Top Gear, also hosts popular BBC One Saturday night gameshows I Can See Your Voice and Catchpoint. He started his television career playing Paddy the doorman in That Peter Kay Thing which led to the massive spin off series Phoenix Nights followed by hosting duties on hit dating format Take Me Out. McGuinness annually participates as a player in the Soccer Aid charity football event for UNICEF.
Quek is a former international hockey player who won over 120 caps at the highest level and took home an Olympic gold in Rio as part of the victorious Great Britain team of 2016. Since retiring Quek has become a versatile sports presenter hosting the flagship 606 football show for Radio 5Live, NFL coverage on the BBC plus a variety of other sports including rugby union and horse racing for other broadcasters. She's also been a finalist in both I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here and Celebrity MasterChef.
Monye is a former international rugby union player who was the leading try scorer for the British & Irish Lions on their 2009 tour of South Africa. He starred for club and country from 2002 until his retirement in 2015, helping Harlequins to trophy success both domestically and in Europe. Since hanging up his boots Monye has become a well-respected rugby pundit for BT Sport and for ITV's coverage of the 6 Nations tournament and he also presents the BBC's weekly rugby podcast. His work with BBC Radio 5Live is now branching out to cover other sports