anne robinson the weakest link

Anne Robinson of The Weakest Link

 
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Anne Robinson
Born on September 26, 1944 in Crosby, Liverpool. Her mother owned a market stall and Robinson was employed as a chicken gutter during the holidays before taking up a clerical post at a law firm. In 1967, Robinson became the first female reporter at the Daily Mail. Her counterparts thought the post would be unbearable for her.

Robinson met and fell in love with the deputy news editor, Charlie Wilson. In 1968, the two married bringing forth a daughter, Emma, two years later. But Emma was less than a year old when her parents marriage started to fail. Robinson drowned her woes in alcohol. In 1973, Robinson and Wilson divorced and Wilson was granted custody of Emma.The battle to give up alcohol was not easy for Robinson. At one point, her weight had dropped drastically. But her concern for her daughter and the support she received from her family helped her to kick the habit (she has not touched a drop of alcohol in more than 20 years). In addition to drinking, Robinson also kicked her tobacco habit.

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anne robinson memoirs of an unfit mother

Anne Robinson Book: Memoirs of an Unfit Mother
Memoirs Of An Unfit Mother will most likely change your perceptions of the star. This book is a good read, but not a comfortable one. It's interesting: a saga-style across-the-generations tale of the Robinson clan. Of course, as a long-standing journalist before she hit the TV big time, Robinson's written style ensures the pages turn quickly. Memoirs of An Unfit Mother reads like a deposition for the defence of Anne Robinson, by Anne Robinson. It's hard to tell how many prospective readers know much of her life before the consumer TV programme Watchdog, so the author's decision to lay down hard facts about her alcoholism, the demise of a troubled marriage, blind ambition and the subsequent loss of custodial rights to her daughter Emma is risky.

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