The presenter asked again: "What is the most romantic sort of wild and reckless thing you've ever done?" to which Corbyn said: "You can't ask that question on television!"
He said that rather than move into 11 Downing Street, he would let a homeless family live there instead to "solve part of the housing crisis".
Asked whether he would remain as leader at the end of the next parliamentary term even if he fails to remove Boris Johnson from office, Mr Corbyn said: "I hope so, yes, because I feel I'm fit, I feel I'm quite young enough to do the job. and I'm very determined to carry out what we've got there".
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he is "very sorry" for "everything that has happened" in his party regarding anti-Semitism. The editor of the Jewish News told LBC what he should have said.
The Labour leader replied: "Our party and me do not accept anti-Semitism in any form".
In an interview with ITV, Mr Corbyn said he would "indeed" give over the 1,000 acres of lavish surroundings - where former prime minister Theresa May found Cabinet agreement for her Brexit plan and hosted a press conference with US President Donald Trump - to those without a home.
"Would you consider giving up Chequers if you were Prime Minister?"
Mr Corbyn was asked if he sits down with his family to watch the monarch's annual 3pm address, but failed to give a clear answer when pressed eventually saying "There is lots".
"But I want to make this very clear: I am dealing with it, I have dealt with it, other parties are also affected by anti-Semitism". "Antisemitism is a vile evil in our society". Obviously, like everybody else does. I am not a racist, in any form. And I think the treatment of Jewish people that suffer from antisemitism is appalling. I apologise for that.