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Cheggers launches live internet show

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Watch out for that snake, Keith, ooh er!

Former television presenter Keith 'Cheggers' Chegwin

has announced

the launch of his latest media venture - a live internet show from his bedroom.

The show - which goes out daily from 0700 to 1900 BST - will feature "celebrity guests, competitions and interactive games".

Chegwin started his career in kids' TV. He will, however, be best remembered for Naked Jungle, in which he and the contestants appeared stark naked, much to the understandable horror of the nation.

It is not clear whether Keith's new project will - in common with most live bedroom webcasts - involve full frontal nudity. Chegwin's record does not preclude the possibility.

If you really can't resist getting between the sheets with Cheggers, you can see how he measures up here. As the man himself says: "Welcome to Cheggers Bedroom the worlds first ever celebrity broadcast. From dawn till dusk Keith brings you live entertainment throughout the day." Roll on winter then. ®

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Thanks to Reg reader Keith Fulstow for the lead.

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