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Phillip Bryan Schofield (born 1 April 1962) is an English television presenter who works for ITV. He is currently the co-presenter of This Morning (2002–present) and Dancing on Ice (2006–2014, 2018–present) alongside Holly Willoughby. His other work for ITV includes All Star Mr & Mrs (2008–2016), The Cube (2009–2015), and 5 Gold Rings (2017–present). Schofield gained national attention working for the BBC, first as a continuity presenter for Children's BBC on weekdays from 1985 to 1987, then as a presenter on the children's Saturday morning magazine show Going Live! between September 1987 and April 1993.
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Martin Roberts fights back tears after 'health scare' amid Homes Under The Hammer return

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“Well the show went out yesterday, so you can actually see what I was doing on that day. It just reminded me how much your help got me through that terrible time,” he said while holding back tears.The Homes Under The Hammer presenter was hospitalised last year with chest pains that he mistook for long Covid, but learned he was suffering from pericardial effusion, which is a build-up of fluid in the structure around the heart.Speaking on This Morning last year, Martin admitted that the dramatic health scare has pushed him to "re-adjust" his busy work schedule.Detailing his health scare, Martin told Phillip Schofield and Rochelle Humes he'd suffered from chest pains for several weeks, but simply assumed it was long Covid.He said: "I'd been feeling a bit poorly, under the weather for a couple of weeks."I’ve had a few chest infections over the last few years and I've had asthma since childhood, so I'm used to quite a tight chest."As it approached the Easter bank holiday weekend, it was starting to get really bad where I could hardly walk without struggling for breath."He added: "The confusing thing about this, it's a bit of a red herring, is that it gets you in the breathing side of things, so you don't think it's something to do with your heart."You think, 'It must be something to do with my chest'.Then it's the dangerous thing of playing Google doctor.'It looked like it could have been the symptoms for long Covid - real lethargy, a tightness in the chest, pain in the chest, difficulty breathing, so you pause it and pause it and by the time it got to just after the bank holiday weekend, I was starting to be delirious, putting letters the wrong way round, I said to Kirsty, 'We've got to go to hospital'."Pericardial effusion.

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