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Ross, Jonathan

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishRoss, JonathanJonathan RossRoss, Jon‧a‧than /ˈdʒɒnəθən $ ˈdʒɑː-/  (1960–) a British presenter of television and radio programmes which have included chat shows (=shows where famous people are asked questions and talk about themselves) and the BBC's main weekly film programme. He is famous for wearing expensive and colourful suits, and for pronouncing the letter r like a letter w. He resigned from the BBC after he and Russell Brand, another radio presenter, made rude joke phone calls to the actor Andrew Sachs about his granddaughter during a radio show. This event became known as 'Sachsgate' in the press.
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