Leeds is hosting Channel 4’s Paralympics coverage at the Steph’s Packed Lunch studio

The Steph’s Packed Lunch studio has been totally transformed for Channel 4’s Paralympics coverage.

The studio, which is usually home to the live lunchtime show presented by Steph McGovern, has undergone some major changes for the Paralympics – which will see a number of athletes from Leeds compete.

It has had a big revamp so that Channel 4 can broadcast its Paralympics coverage from the Leeds studio.

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Many props have been place around the studio including an athletic running track, that winds around the studio floor, which has the word Tokyo written across it.

Steph took to Twitter to praise the studio transformation, noting that the team had done a “cracking job”.

She wrote: So nice to use the @PackedLunchC4 studio in Leeds for the Channel 4 Paralympics coverage.

“The team have done a cracking job with the redesign!

“NB. It will be going back to ‘Steph’s Packed Lunch’ on 6th Sep when me + the gang have finished covering @C4Paralympics@Paralympics.”

Alongside the tweet she shared a video that gave a glimpse at the studio redesign.

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The Paralympics, which were cancelled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, started in the Japanese capital yesterday (August 24).

The competition’s closing ceremony is scheduled for Sunday, September 5.

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