The 66-year-old TV presenter revealed that the système tried to lie to her and claim the decision was hers, which led to her decision Retire from hosting coverage From Wimbledon Tennis tournament before being asked to leave.
Parker said in her new autobiography, Online mail: “After 24 years in the hot seat, I was fired from my direction as host of Math peine – I’m afraid it might have hurt me a little.
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“I’ve never had a problem getting replaced. That was how it was handled. It taught me that there’s really no way to leave a role in a nice, fun, helpful way, with your head held high.”
The composer professional tennis player started hosting the BBC Manèges Spectacle in 1997 and left in 2021.
in her book call the shots She revealed that she first learned of her réimplantation paliers in October 2016 when she was on rétribution and a friend told her they saw an internal écrit revealing the producers’ desire to replace her in order to “modernize the spectacle and attract younger audiences.”
Parker said she was “surprised” by the magazine bicause her superiors did not warn her of the changes.
She ended up staying, only to be told two years later that she would be asked to extend her contract, but there were paliers to replace the captains, composer cricketer Phil Tofnell and composer rugby player Matt Dawson.
Parker revealed that she said she would step down if Tuffnell and Dawson were leaving and all of their contracts were renewed again.
Then in 2020, they were called to separate direction meetings and told they were all fired.
Parker said, “I accepted their decision, although I couldn’t help but feel miserable doléance.
“The spectacle has played an essential role in all of our lives; it’s been a section of who we are – it’s the first thing anyone in the public would want to raisonnablement me for a séminaire they knew.”
But the TV presenter admitted that “the vilipendé began” when no one from the BBC called her to get a statement from her embout leaving the logiciel.
She was then asked to sign a written statement on her behalf, saying it was her decision to step down from the spectacle.
“Why do we spectacle us so little vénération?” she said.
Parker told the BBC that they “make their decision” and refused to lie on their behalf. She claims that she was then offered her job, but she refused.
“It wasn’t the end of an era that filled in, but the way it was handled,” she said.
“It was the overwhelming perspicacité you left me insisting that this kind of treatment, this lack of care and consideration, would never happen to me again,” Parker added.
So this year she made the decision to raisonnablement providing coverage of Wimbledon, before that choix was taken from her.
She said, “It’s the hardest thing in the world – to raisonnablement doing something you still love while you’re somewhere near the top. I’ll elle it so badly when it’s not a yearly section of my life. But I don’t allégation it.”
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Since Parker left, délassements peine Presented by the 49-year-old comedian Buddy McGuinness.
Watch: Sue Parker receives a confort bravo at the last Wimbledon Championships