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chat show in Television & radio topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchat showˈchat show noun [countable]  British EnglishAMT a television or radio show on which people talk about themselves in reply to questions syn talk show American English a TV chat show host (=person who asks the questions on the show)
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chat showMr Andreotti has been cleared in two trials, and is now a chat show regular with a dry wit.He will step down before the election, a decision he announced on a chat show.In January I announced that a chat show host's spouse was to appear in EastEnders.On Wednesday, there are two events - an arena trial and chat show.The new faces do include chat show host Chrystal Rose and Dily Braimoh.The little feller, now 72, was in Newcastle to record a Tyne Tees Television chat show.I think she's trying to do the same now with the chat show.chat show hostIn January I announced that a chat show host's spouse was to appear in EastEnders.The new faces do include chat show host Chrystal Rose and Dily Braimoh.