The BBC Olympics Trolley is back!
But is without a name.. BBC presenter Radzi Chingyanganya has asked viewers to name the trolley using the #BBCOlympics hashtag on social media.
The trolley – now equipped with skis – first made an appearance back in 2014 at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, where Clare Balding used it to broadcast from the Olympic park.
#bbcolympics The trolley should be called "SKIDAZZLE'
— Robert Cronshaw (@CronshawRobert) February 23, 2018
The trolley name…..Wheely Wiley Notty
— carol mccarthy (@cazzy412) February 23, 2018
— Dan (@danfizzle49) February 23, 2018
Radzi Chinyanganya will leave Blue Peter after spending five and a half years on the programme. In an announcement posted on Instagram last night, the 32-year-old said: “After 5 INCREDIBLE years, I have decided to hang up my Blue Peter…
Watch as Blue Peter presenter Radzi Chinyanganya presents the weather on the BBC News Channel’s Afternoon Live programme with Simon McCoy. At the conclusion of the forecast, Radzi presents Simon with a Blue Peter badge.
Radzi Chingyanganya – born 12th September 1986 – is a presenter of the BBC children’s TV programme Blue Peter and a co-presenter for the ITV gameshow Cannonball since 2017. He began presenting the programme in October 2013, previously having presented…