Ant and Dec will return to BBC for first time in 23 years to reflect on TV career for Radio 2's My Life in a Mixtape

ANT and Dec will return to the BBC for the first time in 23 years for a special one-off show.

The Geordie duo will reflect on their 30-year TV career for Radio 2's My Life in a Mixtape.

The famous presenters met in 1989 after being cast in the teen drama Byker Grove.

After becoming best friends on set, they tried out a career in the music industry, with hit song Let's Get Ready To Rhumble as their characters PJ and Duncan.

They're now the UK's most famous presenting pair, fronting Britain's Got Talent, I'm a Celebrity and Saturday Night Takeaway on ITV.

Celebrating 30 years of working together, Ant and Dec will look back on their highlights on BBC Radio 2.

It's a one-time episode featuring tracks that have memories from their successful career.

The programme will be broadcast on Sunday, September 6 at 9pm.

It will be available to listen to on the BBC Sounds app.

There are also rumours they'll bring back SMTV live and reunite with their former co-star Cat Deeley.

Ant and Dec's 30th year will include some career-firsts as they prepare to present I'm A Celebrity in a coronavirus world.

Instead of jetting off to Australia, stars will swap the sweltering jungle of New South Wales for the wilds of wintry North Wales.

It's the show's 20th series in November – and will be filmed in a ruined castle in the far-flung north of the country — renowned for record-breaking village name Llanfair­pwllgwyngyll­gogery­chwyrn­drobwll­llan­tysilio­gogo­goch.

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