The BBC is trying to bring back 'Jim'll fix it' as a tribute to the late Jimmy Saville. They are hoping to persuade non other than Prime Minister David Cameroon to host the knew series. It's thought he's interested in a job as a presenter after his tenure of running the country is over.
Due to his work commitments he can't start hosting till the summer of 2012. Letters will be written by the BBC staff as they can't afford any political mistakes. Child and Adult actors will play the 'guests'. Due the budget cuts the medals will made of plywood as its cheap and cheerful, just like the show and the host.
Filming might even be at 10 Downing street depending if its being decorated or not as he may be out of a job.
An outside bet for the job is Mr Blobby or Gary Neville but one is really disliked while the other is a man in a pink suit.