Gloria Hunniford is one of the nation’s best-loved television hosts. Yet her journey to the top was far from simple; born and raised in rural Ireland, Gloria’s early years trying to make it on Irish television were an up-hill struggle. Moving to London in the politically turbulent 1970’s was yet another hurdle to overcome as she battled against the stigma of being an Irish immigrant. Since then, Gloria’s career has blossomed, and she has become widely regarded as one of the most respected names in the industry. Starring on shows in her native Ireland including Sunday, Sunday, where she interviewed stars including Joan Collins and Michael Caine, she then became the first woman to have a daily radio program, presenting on BBC Radio 2 continuously for 13 years, working with the likes of the inimitable Terry Wogan. More recently she is known for being a panellist on Loose Women and presenting the daily consumer program Rip-Off Britain, she has entered the hearts of the nations and will continue to do so for years to come. Gloria has previously penned two best-selling books on the tragic loss of her daughter, Caron Keating, but in her autobiography Gloria will, for the first time, explore her life from her humble beginnings to the much-loved national treasure she is today.
|Publisher:||John Blake Publishing, Limited|
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)|