I’m told the three-part show, which is being made by BBC Northern Ireland, is in the early stages of development but is likely to air across the UK if it is a success.
A Beeb spokesman confirmed: “We’re pleased to confirm that Adrian and Christine have agreed to join forces again for a new BBC Northern Ireland production.
Lampard started her television career as a runner and then trained to become a floor manager while studying for her A-Levels at Bloomfield Collegiate School in Ballyhackamore, Belfast.
She continued to work at BBC NI while studying for a politics degree at Queen's University, Belfast.
One of her programmes was called Sky High which saw her flying around Northern Ireland in a helicopter in 2004.
A weekly entertainment show called First Stop followed, and she also hosted Would You Pass The 11 On 20 January 2010, comedian Patrick Kielty was a guest on The One Show, when he revealed Lampard's mobile number to the camera, to prove that he had her number to celebrate their double birthday celebrations.
She joined ITV on a four-year contract worth £4 million.
I’m pleased to reveal that ADRIAN CHILES and CHRISTINE BLEAKLEY are reuniting for a TV show for the first time since ITV’s Daybreak in 2011.Within five minutes of Kielty's mistake, Lampard was bombarded with calls and text messages. In 2009, she occasionally presented The National Lottery Draws on BBC One.Lampard co-hosted a segment of the Sport Relief telethon with Gary Lineker in March 2010.More recently, Lampard has presented factual series for ITV including Off The Beaten Track (2013) and Wild Ireland (2015).Since 2016, she has been a presenter of the ITV lunchtime chat show Loose Women.