Sun 10 January 2010, The Times

Wife urged Jonathan Ross to give up on BBC stwife

By Richard Brooks and Chris Hastings
The presenter Jonathan Ross was persuaded to resign from the BBC by his wife, who argued that the family should no longer have to put up with repeated rows over his pay levels and onscreen antics.
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