Homes Under The Hammer’s Martin Roberts addresses being ‘put out to pasture’ on BBC show

Martin Roberts, 56, is one of the original presenters of BBC‘s Homes under the Hammer and it doesn’t look like he’s is planning on going anywhere any time soon, despite the broadcaster recently announcing two new faces would be joining the property expert line-up. Currently hosted by Martin, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell, the BBC are giving the popular property show an update for 2021 as Jacqui Joseph and Tommy Walsh have been confirmed as the new presenters.

They are currently filming for the upcoming series which will appear on screen in early 2021.

After reports began to surface of the latest refresh, worried fans rushed to Martin’s weekly Q&A to get some reassurance that he wasn’t leaving the show after 17-years at the helm.

“I see that HUTH is getting two new presenters,” one fan asked.

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“Now Jacqui, you’ve said you’re the noisy one and Tommy is the practical one. Is that true and what are you both hoping to bring to the show?” Kym asked.

“I’m the nosey one, not the noisy one!” Jacqui clarified. “Because I think we’re all inquisitive, we want to know what the results are going to be.

“I like to get practical in what they’re going to do, design scheme, layout, knock down walls, lighting.

“We all get down to the nitty-gritty of plumbing, electrics, damp-proofing,” she added.

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