Dick Van Dyke on cockney accent and lifetime achievement award

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Dick Van Dyke has collected a lifetime achievement award at the Screen Actors Guild in Los Angeles.

Best known for his role as a chimney sweep in Mary Poppins, the actor began his career as a radio announcer in the 1940s.

He told BBC Radio 5 live Up All Night what his career highlights were, and spoke about that cockney accent.

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