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Older and Bolder: My A-Z of surviving almost everything

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One of my tasks was to produce the sound of a falling body and unfortunately, the best way to do that is to fall over. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. I had a meticulous producer who didn’t feel I produced the right sound until I’d done it five times.

I was then out of work for six months and that was really important, because once that has happened to you, you never want it to happen again. You are never too old to get fit So much of fitness is in the mind; people get older and are told they can’t do things, so they decide they can’t. THE GOOD THINGS IN LIFE SHOULD BE CELEBRATED I’ve lived in Notting Hill for a handful of years and my son took me along to the Carnival this year.She is also a reality TV favourite with appearances on Strictly Come Dancing , First Dates and I'm a Celebrity .

She is a trustee of the NSPCC, a patron for 19 charities and has a damehood for services to children and older people.But she has flourished and thrived, professionally as a journalist, broadcaster and campaigner, in her personal life as a happy widow and grandmother, and recently embracing the lifestyle changes imposed upon her during Covid.

Biography: Over a career spanning five decades, Dame Esther Rantzen has appeared in more than 2,000 television broadcasts. We may not all achieve what Dame Esther has, but here we can soak up her wisdom, laugh with her, learn from her, embrace the passing years and march boldly on.

The veteran TV presenter told the Daily Mirror she’s on “new medications” but that “nobody knows if it’s working or not”.

She has recently written her autobiography, which details her earlier life as an actress and dancer – and her first novel, In the Fast Lane, is shortlisted for the People’s Book Prize. She notes there are “several antidotes to grumpiness” including sunshine and chocolate, but “money, sadly, doesn’t work”. Multi-award-winning broadcaster, founder of Child Line and Silver Line, campaigner, journalist, author, not forgetting mother and grandmother, joyous life force of our times Dame Esther Rantzen dazzles in the glory of getting older and ever bolder. In her regular contributions to political and news programmes, including The One Show, she especially advocates protecting vulnerable people and growing old ungracefully. Read more about the condition New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages.This energising book charts her time travels through her most significant memories, from meeting Princess Diana to creating a national outrage with a mischievous short film about a driving dog and reflects with candour and humour on the life lessons she has learned, revealing the hints, hacks and personal philosophies that have been her secrets to surviving almost everything.

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