Carol Vorderman: Countdown legend reveals TV issue ‘Can’t get anyone to fix it’
Countdown legend Carol Vorderman, 59, has been busy keeping the nation’s children entertained with her website The Maths Factor. But the BBC Radio Wales star has opened up about a home blunder she suffered while the UK is in a nationwide lockdown following the coronavirus crisis.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk, the TV legend revealed her Sky dish had fallen off her roof but she can’t call anyone around to fix it due to the Government’s guidelines on social distancing.
Carol explained: “Well my Sky [dish] has fallen off the roof. I don’t know what’s going on there.
“I can get [Sky] on my computer though.”
Fortunately, the former Loose Women host admitted she is not too disheartened about the home issue.
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She continued: “I find things like that funny. You can’t get stressed about things like that. But now I obviously can’t get anyone to fix it.”
Carol’s comments comes after the Prime Minister Boris Johnson enforced a nationwide lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The UK Government has urged the public to stay indoors as cases of COVID-19 continue to increase.
Despite not being able to continue with a regular schedule, Carol admitted she has found the time to get involved in other projects around the house.
“I do as much as I can,” the radio personality explained. “I started going through the cupboards.
“I always get up early so I was cleaning my front door at six this morning. It was filthy.”
The gym-enthusiast has also been making sure she fits in her daily exercise routines and has even taken up yoga.
Carol said: “I’m going to learn a bit of yoga even though I find it boring. I’ve got time now to try that. I do my walk every morning or afternoon.”
Meanwhile, the Countdown legend has provided a major solution for parents that are home-schooling their children after the coronavirus outbreak forced schools to close.
Carol has teamed up with Pearson to offer children free maths tutoring for children across the UK.
Speaking about providing the service free of charge, the mathematician revealed she wanted to help the public during this “terrible time”.
“I think since the New Year everyone has been going through it,” Carol explained. “Instead of what a lot of people are doing like racking up charges in this terrible time can we just teach these children. Help their parents as much as possible.”
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The TV legend also said she had been receiving a host of positive messages from the public, thanking her for the free maths service.
Carol said: “Because I tweeted about The Maths Factor one man told me, ‘My son has done seven sessions and he wouldn’t come off the computer before his tea’.
“They get transfixed with it. [The children] have got to do their sums for Aunty Carol.”
To find out more about The Maths Factor, and how to access the package for free, please visit: www.themathsfactor.com
For further information on Pearson’s wider response to supporting UK schools affected by COVID-19, visit go.pearson.com/supportingschools.
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