Monty Don has admitted one of his shows was “not commissioned” anymore by the BBC in a candid chat with a fan. However, the Gardeners' World host a
Monty Don has admitted one of his shows was “not commissioned” anymore by the BBC in a candid chat with a fan. However, the Gardeners’ World host admitted he’s very “very happy and busy” with what he’s already doing on the small screen.
Monty has fronted several shows over his years broadcasting on the BBC.
Recently a fan named TMatrix2020 reached out to him asking for an update on one of his older shows.
They penned: “Stumbled upon Big Dreams, Small Spaces on TogetherTV and really enjoyed it.
“Lovely to see @TheMontyDon interact with the public on their projects, you get a different angle of insight to Gardeners World, and get to know Monty as a person better, shame only seems to be 2 series.”
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Viewer PeteMcAndrew then added: “I loved it too. Someone should start a campaign…”
“It’d be great to have it on @BBCiPlayer,” replied GodsonLynn while Cherrycoombe wrote: “Pity.”
Another follower then reached out to him, suggesting he should “do more presenting”.
User MartinwWhite72 wrote: “Would love to see you do more presenting Monty.
“Maybe a series on dogs or dog training?”
The Gardeners’ World host then hit back at the fan, pointing out he is “very happy and busy”.
He penned: “I have done a great deal of various programmes over the past 32 years and am very happy – and busy – with what I have lined up at the present.”
Elsewhere, Monty has admitted he’ll be taking a brief break from presenting his BBC show.
The host will be replaced by Adam Frost this week once again, which he announced on last week’s edition of the show.
He told BBC viewers he won’t be appearing at Longmeadow this week.
Monty explained: “I’m away next week but Adam will be taking the reins.
“You can join him in his garden at 8.30pm next Friday so until then, goodbye.”