TV doctor faces the axe from second show after sexual misconduct investigation | The Sun

BOSSES at UKTV face a headache as they have just finished filming a series with Dr Tijion Esho – who is now facing sexual misconduct claims.

The programme, The Beauty Rewind Clinic, features the cosmetic medic alongside presenter Vick Hope as they look at non-surgical procedures.

But its screening is in limbo while the allegations are investigated.

Dr Esho has also appeared on ITV’s This Morning and BBC1’s Morning Live.

A TV insider said: “UKTV want to do the responsible thing and won’t consider giving the show an air date until the matter is resolved.

“In the minds of channel chiefs he is innocent until proven guilty, but if Dr Esho is not cleared, the whole series may need to be scrapped.


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“And that will cost them a huge amount and it will have been a devastating waste of time.

“Every episode is an hour long and it’s a ten-part series.

“It’s a particularly galling setback for Vick too.”

The Beauty Rewind Clinic was scheduled to air next year on W, one of the channels owned by UKTV, though no firm date had been set.

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It follows members of the public who want to undo years of social media-inspired cosmetic procedures in a bid to get back to a more natural look.

Dr Esho, who is described as an industry leader in the field, provides his expertise in the clinic, with Vick by his side offering moral support as the clinic users make the changes.

A complaint against him was made to watchdog the General Medical Council (GMC) and at present he can only see patients while he is accompanied by a chaperone.

Father-of-two Dr Esho, who also features on E4 show Body Fixers, has denied any wrong-doing and investigations are continuing.


GABBY LOGAN has revealed she could have ended up as Ryan Giggs’s Wag if it wasn’t for her dad’s intervention.

One night nearly 30 years ago when the Match Of The Day host was 20, she started chatting to the former Man U ace in a Cardiff nightclub, egged on by her best pal.

But a bouncer pulled her away from the Welsh winger, under orders from her dad Terry Yorath, then Giggs’s national team manager.

She recalled the bouncer’s words: “Your dad gave me express orders that I had to intervene.

"He said he didn’t want you talking to any footballers.”

Gabby revealed in her new autobiography First Half, out yesterday: “The bouncer was adamant that night was over.”

Gabby went on to marry former Scotland rugby star Kenny Logan in 2001 and the couple have two children.

Trainspotting star’s gig

TRAINSPOTTING TikTok star Francis Bourgeois has landed his own series. He will introduce celebs including Jesse Lingard, Sam Ryder and Aj Tracey to trainspotting in the Channel 4 YouTube series from October 19.

He said: “I never thought this would happen.”


DOCTORS’ leading man Matthew Chambers will be handing in his stethoscope after 15 years on the BBC lunchtime soap.

The actor, who has played GP Daniel Granger since 2007, will leave the show when his contract ends in spring 2023.

The character became a father and partner at the fictional Mill Health Centre and spent time behind bars.

Away from the set, the married dad of two has be­come a vocal supporter of anti-vax regimes and shares extreme views online.

Doctors was promoted to primetime by the BBC after Holby City’s axeing, but is now back in its 1.45pm slot – still attracting 1.6m viewers.

The BBC said it did not comment on contracts or individuals.


THE VOICE coaches have recruited showbiz pals as guest mentors for Saturday’s show. is joined by David Guetta, Sir Tom Jones by Tom Grennan and Anne-Marie calls on MNEK to help narrow down their teams in the callbacks round, when the contestants have to prove themselves again.

Olly Murs has fellow X Factor alumni James Arthur as his guest mentor – and the moment feels somewhat ­familiar to the lads.

As they sit down ahead of the first set of performances, Olly says: “This is the most horrible moment isn’t it?”

James replies: “It reminds me of a certain phase of that competition.”

Later he added: “Olly’s got a really strong group of singers so I am flattered that he asked me to come along.

"But there’s a clear favourite for me.”

Tune in on Saturday at 8pm on ITV.


MAISIE SMITH says she got through the last stage of Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins by composing rap songs in her head while being blasted by deafening sounds.

The actress and Strictly star leads the pack of seven who have made the final, which features ten torturous hours of interrogation.

She said: “It was the highest frequencies in the world, screaming into your ears for hour upon hour.

"If it had a repetitive pattern to it, I’d find a little beat and make a little rap.”

See Maisie, Calum Best, Ferne Mccann, Shannon Courtenay, Ashley Cain, Aj Pritchard and Jade Jones in the final this Sunday at 9pm on Channel 4.

Olivia’s Filthy Rich

SOON-TO-BE I’m A Celebrity campmate Olivia Attwood should enjoy her rest Down Under while she can, as 2023 looks busy.

ITV2 plans a second series of her documentary, Getting Filthy Rich, after it proved a hit.

She’ll also produce a factual film for the channel, which will look at plastic surgery.


IT’S back on the beat for Sarah Lancashire who looks battered, bruised and bloodied in the first grisly images from the new series of Happy Valley.

She returns as policewoman Catherine Cawood for this third and final instalment of the Bafta award-winning BBC hit.

And if my teaser photos are anything to go by, she will be going out with a bang.

Catherine is seen visibly shaken in the aftermath of a police raid after discovering the remains of a gangland murder victim in a drained reservoir.

Meanwhile, James Norton is seen with a radically different look, sporting facial wounds and a beard as banged-up Tommy Lee Royce.

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And Catherine’s sister Clare (Siobhan Finneran) and teenage grandson Ryan (Rhys Connah) are back too.

The series is expected to air this year on BBC1.

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