TV and Radio Appearances (and Other Recordings)
This is a little archive of some of my TV and Radio appearances and some other recordings too – partly just for fun, and partly because I hope that some of the issues covered in my TV appearances might be of help or interest to somebody out there. It seems a shame to let them gather dust in a tape (“tape” – that really shows my age!) on my shelf.
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Loose Ends (BBC Radio 4 2016)
Private Passions (BBC Radio 3 2015)
Loose Ends (BBC Radio 4 2015)
Loose Ends (BBC Radio 4 2013)
Chatting with Clive Anderson about my book No! I Don’t Need Reading Glasses!
Mr X – Julian Maclaren Ross (BBC Radio 4 2012)
I’m a huge fan of the writer, Julian Maclaren Ross and took part in this radio documentary to talk about his work and a campaign to get a gravestone carved and laid to commemorate his life.
Today (BBC Radio 4 2012)
Discussing my uncle, the painter Robin Ironside with art critic Brian Sewell during the exhibition Robin Ironside: Neo-Romantic Visionary.
Inheritance Tracks (BBC Radio 4 2012)
A celebration of the music that special guests cherish and would like to bestow to future generations. I chose Hong Kong Blues’ by Hoagy Carmichael and ‘I Was Sure’ by Will Grove-White. You can hear my Inheritance Tracks as a podcast HERE
Desert Island Discs (BBC Radio 4 1997)
Richard Herring`s Meaning of Life – Love (audio version)
I was a guest on Richard Herring’s Meaning of Life, his live show at London’s Leicester Square Theatre. I was helping him understand matters of the heart and for a small fee this edition of the show is available for DOWNLOAD HERE
Talking at an Oldie lunch about No! I Don’t Want To Join A Bookclub
Sex, Lies And Love Bites: The Agony Aunt Story (BBC TV 2015)
In March 2015 I appeared in Sex, Lies And Love Bites: The Agony Aunt Story. This BBC documentary offered a fascinating portrait of our social history with agony aunt and psychotherapist Philippa Perry examining our relationship with the advice column over the decades.
Channel 4 News (Channel 4 TV 2014)
In November 2014 I took part in a live debate entitled Why Does Granny Have More Fun Than Me? I spoke about the differences in the generations with Katie Morley, a 20-something financial writer who’s campaigned to improve young people’s retirement prospects.
Cash In The Celebrity Attic (BBC TV 2009)
Raising money for my chosen charity Hope and Homes For Children