Dara O Briain is to present this year’s Bafta TV awards – taking over from Graham Norton.
He said: ‘I'm delighted and honoured to be taking the reins at this year's British Academy Television Awards, in the prestigious role as the person who introduces the people who read out the winners of the awards.
‘And if Adele wins anything, I promise I'll leave her well alone, no matter what time it is.’
The ceremony takes place on Sunday May 27 at London’s Royal Festival Hall and is broadcast on BBC One.
Norton has stepped aside this year as he will be hosting the Eurovision Song Contest, in Baku, Azerbaijan, the night before.
The BBC’s controller of entertainment commissioning said: ‘We know Dara will do a magnificent job in Graham's absence.’