ADAM FAITH - The Real Life Artful Dodger
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Adam Faith, born Terence Nelhams (Acton 1940), had a remarkable run of 24 hit records between 1959 and 1966 and appeared in three films, Beat Girl, Never Let Go and What A Whopper! His musical career continued until the mid-60s, when he went into repertory theatre and became an acting star in the television series Budgie whilst producing records for Roger Daltrey and Lonnie Donegan. His roles in Stardust and McVicar brought him critical success and in the 90s he returned to the stage and to UK television as Frank Carver in Love Hurts and the situation comedy The House That Jack Built. He became a partner in the ill-fated satellite venture The Money Channel and was bankrupted in 2001.

Robert Elms - For twenty years Elms has been known as “the voice of London” because of his daily radio show on BBC London, covering all aspects of life in the metropolis, including his passion for great music. This multi-award winning show highlights his love of urban culture and is the culmination of 30 years in the media.

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