chat show

  1. a program during which well-known people discuss a topic or answer questions telephoned in by the audience
    in England they call a talk show a chat show
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  • A source said: 'It was always a gamble for him to reprise his chat show on another channel. The Sun
  • During the daytime there's the usual mix of American soaps, chat shows, dated sitcoms with the occasional old film thrown in.
  • I also love the American late night chat show hosts and their ability to be able to cut to the chase and go to the heart of the matter with their politicians.
  • Extremely wealthy, he spent much of the 1980s in seclusion on the Isle of Man, rather than do the usual round of TV game and chat shows, though he made something of a return to prominence in the 1990s, looking hale and trim. Sir Norman Wisdom obituary
  • Years ago he was a guest on a chat show. The Sun
  • Raconteurs like Peter Ustinov were once the stars of chat shows before they dumbed down and the guests became one long procession of slebs trying to sell something, whether it be CD, book, film or whatever.
  • Expect the unexpected in this brand-new chat show. The Sun
  • I've resisted the temptation to tune into any of Miami's sporting chat shows over the past seven days.
  • Membership of the academy confers instant celebrity status, with academicians appearing on television chat shows and in popular magazines.
  • in England they call a talk show a chat show
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