- Author:Denise Robertson
- Publisher:Simon & Schuster 1998 ( UK First edition): (1998)
- Pages:324 pages
- Subcategory:Genre Fiction
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Denise Robertson MBE DL (9 June 1932 – 31 March 2016) was a British writer and television broadcaster. She made her television debut as the presenter of the Junior Advice Line segment of the BBC's Breakfast Time programme in 1985, though is perhaps best known as the resident agony aunt on the ITV show This Morning from its first broadcast on 3 October 1988 until her death. In the course of her career, she dealt with over 200,000 letters from viewers seeking advice
Denise Robertson, resident agony aunt for ITV's This Morning, has died .
Denise Robertson, resident agony aunt for ITV's This Morning, has died aged 83 after a "short but determined" battle with cancer, the show says. Former colleague Richard Madeley, who presented the show with wife Judy Finnigan from 1988 to 2001, told the BBC that Robertson "was probably the best agony aunt in the business". Robertson wrote 17 novels and published a number of advice books.
TV and magazine agony aunt Denise Robertson writes about the 'rotten' side of the adoption system in Britain, which has seen children forcibly removed from their innocent parents. Blood-chilling scandal of the thousands of babies stolen by the State: TV agony aunt DENISE ROBERTSON writes about her lengthy investigation. Agony aunt reveals the 'rotten' side of the adoption system in Britain. Received 450 letters last year from desperate families who were affected. Her book is dedicated to the Websters who had three kids taken from them. By Frances Hardy for the Daily Mail.