You can view what Piers had to say on the 10o’clock news (26min, 30 sec) here.
For a more in depth discussion check out Piers on 5live radio at (1 hr 48min) here.
Piers also talked to Eddie Mair on Radio 4 about the possibility of a BBC Bake Off program (18:40min) here.
Piers has also written a piece for the Radio Times which explains exactly what Channel 4 have paid for, which can be read here.
The Sun, Mirror and Telegraph newspapers have included coverage of the main article, and further mentions can be found on the BBC.
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