Sky History’s The Chop axed over contestant’s ‘far-right’ tattoos | Ents & Arts News

Sky History’s The Chop axed over contestant’s ‘far-right’ tattoos | Ents & Arts News


Sky History has axed its new woodworking show The Chop after producers said a contestant’s tattoos “could be connected to far-right ideologies”.

The reality show – which was in the style of The Great British Bake Off – was on the hunt for “Britain’s top woodworker”, and featured ten contestants battling it out for the carpentry crown in Epping Forest.

Hosted by presenters Lee Mack and Rick Edwards, it had been due to air weekly on Thursday nights at 9pm, however no more episodes will be broadcast following controversy over contestant Darren Lumsden’s tattoos.



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