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  Anne Robinson Wednesday 17 October 2001  
Anne Robinson has been the subject of a recent series of articles in The Daily Mail.

Billed as 'the incredible story she didn't want you to read' - the Weakest Link presenter is, in fact, keen that the public reads about her incredible story.
Her new autobiography, Memoirs of an Unfit Mother, reveals the secrets she's kept from the public for years:
How she tried to hide the fact that she'd lost custody of her daughter; how alcoholism cost her her job as a reporter on The Sunday Times, and nearly her life; and growing up with a mother she describes as 'part magic, part monster'.
Jenni talks to Anne about her astoundingly frank autobiography.
Memoirs of an Unfit Mother (Little, Brown & Company, ISBN: 0316857777, £16.99).

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