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Delia’s Escapades starts Saturday 12 August 2017.
This Week on The Dolor Factor
Our producer received many requests to air this show again so here it is…Don’t miss it on Thursday 28 September 9am on Colourful Radio.
Don Warrington fans will always remember him for his role in Rising Damp and more recently as King Lear. There’s so much more to this actor that meets the eye. He talks to Delia about his early acting days, what he’s doing now and how attitudes affect society.
Since 1983, Floella has written over 25 children’s books and has also written a book, ‘Coming to England’ containing her story of her journey to the United Kingdom.
Floella is particularly concerned with the plight of children and their human rights throughout the world, and dedicates a great deal of time to supporting pressure groups and charitable organisations.
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