Celeb book theme for Paul O'Grady slot

<p>&quot;Book-related guests&quot; will feature on Channel 4&#39;s new evening programme &quot;The Five O&#39;Clock Show&quot; starting on 31st May.</p><p>The daily magazine show is filling the tea-time gap left by &quot;The Paul O&#39;Grady Show&quot;, which ended in December last year. Each week a different guest celebrity will chat to a mixture of both stars and members of the public, taking a &quot;light-hearted look at life&quot;.</p><p>A spokesperson for the show said it would feature &quot;book-related guests i.e. celebs with novels/autobiographies/books&quot;, however it would not include &quot;unknown authors&quot;. </p><p>Pop star Peter Andre has been named as the first presenter to host the show. His memoir <em>My World </em>is due from Michael Joseph on 10th June.</p><p>Channel 4 said the show will also feature music performances, plus reviews of the latest TV shows, DVDs and music releases. </p><p>&quot;The Paul O&#39;Grady Show&quot; was particularly successful for promoting authors in its tea-time slot, most significantly Julie Walters&#39; memoir <em>That&#39;s Another Story</em> (Weidenfeld) in 2008, which went on to sell over 400,000 copies. According to Nielsen BookScan, sales of Cliff Richard&#39;s <em>My Life, My Way </em>(Headline) saw a 66% boost week on week after the singer appeared on the show; Fern Britton&#39;s <em>Fern: My Story</em> (Michael Jospeh) also benefited with a 52% week-on-week boost. </p>