Did you by any chance mean panelist?
“The TV panellist is comedian Russell Howard, he's funny.”
“Freud had a famously varied career which included stints as a politician, chef, restaurateur, food writer, horse racing pundit, children's writer, and dog food advertiser, but he was perhaps best known as a panellist on”
“Later that year a panellist at the MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival claimed that coverage of Harry's tour of duty had been used by the Taliban as a propaganda tool for recruitment.”
“That may be changing now, thanks to his new-found status as a particularly vociferous panellist on Mock The Week.”
“✒BBC Radio 4 was largely insulated from the BBC's cuts last week, but if it ever finds itself short of a panellist on Just A Minute, it could always turn to BBC Trust chairman Lord Patten.”
“Shami Chakrabarti, the director of Liberty who was also a panellist on the programme, offered qualified support for the substance of Clarke's original remarks.”
“The Liberal Democrat Jo Swinson memorably dispatched this slur on Question Time recently, where she explained to a reactionary fellow panellist that if she had agreed to pick her up a Mars from the canteen but returned with a Twix because they had sold out, she would still have one chocolate bar.”
“Cole, meanwhile, has reportedly already entered the next stage of her career, becoming a glamorous pawn in a ratings war between BBC1 and ITV.This weekend the 27-year-old singing star and talent show panellist was reportedly choosing between high-profile roles on Saturday night television shows for BBC1 or ITV1, although probably for a reduced fee.”
“There is nothing to 'understand' about this!" the former editor of the Sun shouted, as a youthful fellow panellist referred to deep alienation among his peers in London's poorest areas.”
“Wise would clearly be a regular on Thought for the Day, a panellist on Sunday Morning Live; Songs of Praise would regularly broadcast from his church.”
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All these terms have a (different) American English equivalent. Wonder if you can identify them?
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