Whether in the back garden enjoying the last hours of the sun, or driving home from a day out, Paul O’Grady on his teatime BBC radio show is always a great companion.
But he’s warned fans that today’s programme could be a little bit chaotic!
Paul O’Grady on the radio
He wrote on Instagram: “I’m back on the wireless on Sunday at 5 pm, broadcasting from the back bedroom (that’s if Arfur let’s me near the mike which is BBC property circa 1910).
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I’m back on the wireless on Sunday at 5 pm , broadcasting from the back bedroom ( that’s if Arfur let’s me near the mike which is BBC property circa 1910) I should imagine it’ll be chaotic with door bells going, dogs kicking off the odd police raid etc but we’ll see how we go. I have a feeling that Malcolm will be swigging the nerve tonic… #bbcradio2 #teampog
“I should imagine it’ll be chaotic with door bells going, dogs kicking off, the odd police raid etc. but we’ll see how we go.
“I have a feeling that Malcolm will be swigging the nerve tonic…”
It all adds to the fun!
For The Love Of Dogs
Earlier this week, the national treasure had viewers in tears as they watched For The Love Of Dogs spin-off What Happened Next.
A dog named Whisper, a former Battersea dweller, reunited with her foster mum after six years apart.
The abandoned pooch had been neglected, and callously used as a breeding dog.
When Paul first met her, he thought Whisper was the most nervous dog he had ever seen.
One of the staff at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, Karen, decided to become a foster carer for Whisper.
The dog was then found a forever home, and is healthy and happy.
As Karen went to visit her old pal, Whisper appeared to immediately recognise her former and proceeded to jump all over her, excitedly licking her face.
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