BBC Breakfast News – celebrity deaths – Prince, Victoria Wood, Bowie

I did a slot on BBC Breakfast (BBC1) this morning covering why there have been such an exceptional number of high profile celebrity deaths. Newsweek have even labelled the phenomenon: the Great Celebrity Death Epidemic. This year has indeed seen some incredibly gifted stars sadly die and the stats speak for themselves. While there will […]

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BBC 5 Live – Collette asks if romance is dead?

Collette asks if romance is still alive on BBC 5 Live following Kylie Minogue’s lover reading her a poem on Radio 4 Desert Island Discs link to audio to follow…

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BBC Manchester – the return of ‘Cold Feet’ to ITV

Collette chats to radio host Emma Goswell on BBC Radio Manchester on the return of the much loved TV series, Cold Feet.

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BBC Breakfast – Best of TV 2014 & what to watch in 2015

Collette Walsh – BBC Breakfast. Last year (2014) was a fantastic year for quality TV drama on UK TV. From the first series of Broadchurch through to the staggeringly intense The Fall and The Missing. I was on BBC Breakfast on Sunday morning taking a look back on the TV highlights but also talking about […]

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Collette Walsh – You and Yours BBC Radio 4 Consumer show

On Monday I was on the brilliant consumer show, You and Yours, BBC Radio 4. It was for a discussion on the demise of the landline phone. I’m passionate about quality communication and a real fan of the landline as usually so much more effort is made when we call from our own homes to […]

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Christmas dinner cooked by Jean-Christophe Novelli… for £20? Thanks Aldi!

Christmas dinner cooked by Jean-Christophe Novelli… for £20? I have to admit to being a bit of a food snob and like most foodies this includes my choice of supermarket as well as eateries. For years I’ve faithfully rocked up at my local Marks and Spencer in Prestwich, Manchester, to do my weekly shop as […]

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BBC Breakfast – Downton Abbey Returns and why we love it so much

On Sunday I was on BBC Breakfast discussing the launch of the new series (series 5) of Downton Abbey. The ITV period drama has been a phenomenal success and watched in over 250 territories around the world. It regularly gets record audience figures both here in the UK and the USA, where the Americans just […]

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