Paul O'Grady, Cilla Black and Suran Dickinson - Out In The City and G3 Readers' Awards recognize outstanding individuals and groups in the field of LGBT equality - Inside - London, United Kingdom - Friday 25th April 2014
Paul O'Grady will undergo heart surgery after he suffered an angina attack on Monday (Nov 18th).
British television host, Paul O'Grady, suffered an angina attack on Monday (Nov 18th) and is now in hospital.
The 58 year-old has already suffered two heart attacks and told his good friend, radio DJ Pete Price that he was undergoing surgery, according to the Liverpool Echo.
In a text message sent to Pete yesterday, he said, "I have had an angina attack and I will need a few days' rest."
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Paul O'Grady's Battersea Cats & Dogs show gets an awards nod
Paul O’Grady’s TV show For The Love Of Dogs has been shortlisted for a Bafta award. Back in January, the show had success at the national Television Awards, for Best Factual Entertainment. Now it looks set to receive even bigger acclaim, from one of the entertainment industry’s most influential awards ceremonies.
In the show, O’Grady investigates the work of the Battersea Dogs & Cats Home charity, following the emotional ups and downs of working with abandoned animals, or those whose owners are no longer able to look after them. The charity’s chief executive, Claire Horton said “To be nominated for a Bafta is an incredible honour and we're so thrilled that millions of people fell in love with the ITV series. Paul O'Grady is the perfect fit for Battersea and his love for all our dogs shone through in every episode,” according to the Pet Product marketing website. Around 8 million viewers tuned in to the show every week, either watching it live or watching back on a catch-up service.
Shown on ITV, the programme is currently being filmed for a second series. Other nominations for the Bafta ‘features’ category are Bank of Dave, The Great British Bake Off and Grand Designs. The winner will be announced during a TV ceremony, on May 12, 2013.
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The Guardians return two months after their epic battle against Ronan with their criminal records erased