PETER CROUCH is a man on a mission, as he looks to bring some joy back to the British public's summer.
Coronavirus has ravaged several events in the coming months, but the former England footballer will be joined by a host of celebrities to bring some excitement back in his new show Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer.
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What time is Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer on tonight?
Peter Crouch's new TV show kicks off tonight (Saturday, June 6).
The first episode will be aired at 9.15pm on BBC One.
The series is expected to last for eight episodes.
What is TV show about?
Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer is a show that is set to mix sports with music and comedy.
The ex-Liverpool and Tottenham striker will be joined by the likes of television presenter Maya Jama and Taskmaster creator and comedian Alex Horne.
The trio will welcome special guests from the worlds of sport, music and comedy to keep the public entertained, including Oasis's Liam Gallagher, sprinter Dina Asher-Smith and cyclist Mark Cavendish.
They will all be sharing from their gardens due to coronavirus lockdown.
Who is Peter Crouch's wife, Abbey Clancy?
Peter Crouch began dating former Britain's Next Top Model runner-up Abbey Clancy in 2006.
They married five years later – three months after the birth of their first child Sophia Ruby.
The couple welcomed their second daughter Liberty Rose on June 1, 2015, before having sons Johnny (2018) and Jack (2019).
Who did Peter Crouch used to play for?
Crouch hung up his football boots in July 2019, after 21-year professional career.
His senior career started out at Tottenham, only to return to the club years later.
The 39-year-old spent time at 12 senior clubs in total, including Liverpool, Aston Villa, Southampton, Portsmouth, and more recently Stoke City and Burnley.
He also turned out for England 42 times, scoring 22 goals in the process.
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