Simon Rimmer Talks About Working Solo on Sunday Brunch: “I’m Really Enjoying It”
The Host’s Solo Run on the Popular Cooking Show
Simon Rimmer has been a fixture on UK television for years, and most recently, he has been hosting Sunday Brunch solo. The popular show, which usually features two hosts, has seen Simon working by himself since lockdown began in 2020. And while he admits that it was a bit strange at first, he now says that he’s really enjoying it.
Rimmer Discusses the Challenges
In a recent interview, Rimmer opened up about what it’s been like working solo on such a well-loved show. He admitted that there have been some challenges along the way, but he also revealed that he’s been pleasantly surprised by how well things are going. One of the biggest challenges, of course, is keeping the energy and enthusiasm up without a co-host to share the workload with. But Rimmer says that he’s managing just fine.
The Benefits of a Solo Run
Despite the challenges, Rimmer says that he’s found some unexpected benefits to working solo. For starters, he’s been able to take more control over the show’s format and content. He’s also been able to experiment with new segments and features that he might not have been able to try with a co-host. And perhaps most importantly, he’s learned that he’s capable of carrying a show on his own.
What the Future Holds
As restrictions ease and life begins to return to some form of normality, it’s unclear whether Sunday Brunch will return to its usual two-host format. But regardless of what happens, Simon Rimmer says that he’s happy to keep working solo if that’s what the show’s producers want. He’s proven that he’s more than capable of delivering a great show on his own, and he’s excited to see where things go from here.
Simon Rimmer has been enjoying his solo run on Sunday Brunch, despite the initial challenges. He’s learned that he’s capable of carrying a show on his own, and he’s enjoyed having more control over the show’s content. As restrictions ease, it’s unclear whether Sunday Brunch will return to its usual format, but Rimmer says that he’s happy to continue working solo if that’s what the producers want. #ENTERTAINMENT