Channel 4's Naked Attraction, hosted by Richardson, will see a single man and woman choose a date from a selection of six naked people.
Richardson told the Press Association: "Sue, bless her, just sort of rolls her eyes and said 'I wouldn't expect anything less from you.' "She's so used to me doing bonkers things that, you know, we're both open-minded people so she's fully supportive." Talking about the show, which is broadcast on July 25, Richardson said it can feel "liberating" to be naked. I'm a really average looking girl with a straightforward size 12 bod, with all its nicks and scars and all the rest of it.
– Less than half of those surveyed – 47% – understood their rights in respect of taking action at work if confronted with bullying or sexual harassment.
Speaking to Lorraine Kelly on Tuesday, the 44-year-old described Sue as "an extraordinary person", and discussed how they fell in love.
Anna explained: "We've known each other for a few years, we've got mutual friends – you know what it's like in TV – you tend to know people.
"I was with my boyfriend for nearly 20 years and I've known Sue on the circuit, but about a year and a half ago we met at a party and I was recently single and we just…
Presenter Anna Richardson has claimed the “toxic” film and TV industry has failed to improve its approach to sexual harassment more than a decade after she alleged she was groped by Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The Naked Attraction presenter and partner of former Bake Off star Sue Perkins said she ended up on out-of-work benefits after the allegation was made public.
The EIFT and 5 News study found more than half of the 315 industry TV figures surveyed had experienced sexual misconduct in the workplace It also found that more than two-thirds said they had been bullied in the workplace – the majority of whom did not report it as they feared negative repercussions on their career.“Nobody’s learnt a thing,” she said following the release of a study investigating the prevalence of harassment and bullying in the TV industry in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal.“When all the allegations came out about Weinstein I sort of sat at home and metaphorically rolled my eyes and went ‘Here we go again’,” said Richardson.On the subject of the Naked Attraction matches, the 45-year-old teased a couple of the outcomes. "Some of them, as you would expect like with first dates, they end up going off on a date and maybe they simply found each other physically attractive, maybe nothing more."But with some of them, they're still together and they're like 'We were so liberated by the whole experience of meeting in the buff and then going on a date. “The industry hasn’t changed.” In 2005 Schwarzenegger failed to block a court action brought by Richardson who alleged she was libelled by the then-governor of California and his campaign workers Sean Walsh and Sheryl Main in an October 2003 article in The Los Angeles Times.She had claimed the article implied she “deliberately and dishonestly fabricated” the allegations that the Terminator star touched her breast when she interviewed him at London’s Dorchester Hotel in December 2000, as part of his promotional tour for the film The Sixth Day.She also claimed she had been a victim of female-on-female bullying when her former woman boss had told her to “look f***able”.“I’m ashamed to say I didn’t take it to the very, very top …The report found: – The majority of those who had suffered harassment reported it had occurred within the last five years.– 84% of those who had experienced sexual harassment did not report it.