Christopher Biggins In Conversation with Judi Spiers

The man who was crowned the King of the Jungle on TV's I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! is a national treasure at the heart of the entertainment universe for more than forty years.

His radiant personality and wicked sense of humour have made him a hit with millions of fans and has won him widespread admiration. But who is the man behind the sunny smile? Biggins, as he is affectionately known, reveals all in his memoir and in conversation with TV and Radio presenter Judi Speirs.

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Saturday 21st October 6.00pm

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