Magazine programme featuring news items, expert advice and celebrity interviews.
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Magazine programme featuring news items, expert advice and celebrity interviews.

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Abigail Titmuss was employed as a roving reporter for the series between October 2003 and January 2004. She was fired following revelations about her sexual life with John Leslie. See more »

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Richard Madeley - Presenter: [interrupting] You should see the doodles on our phonebook!
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Richard's comments on Geisha girls
13 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

My wife and I watched a programme on Thursday evening about the training of Geisha girls and the point was made many times in that programme that Geisha girls are not prostitutes but entertainers. If a relationship is on offer it is entirely up to them whether or not they take it up. It was therefore totally wrong of Richard to contradict Judy (rather rudely)today and to insist that he was right to label the Geisha profession as prostitution. This rudeness on Richard's part seems to be a characteristic of the new series and it is regrettable as it detracts from what was, and could be again, an entertaining family show.


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