BBC TV's Birds Of A Feather is one of the country's favourite comedy programmes, attracting audiences of 14 or 15 million on a Sunday evening. This week, one of its co-stars, Pauline Quirke, will be cast well away from Chigwell as she prepares to set sail for Radio 4's desert island.
Known more famously perhaps as Sharon of Sharon 'n' Tracey, she'll be talking to Sue Lawley about her poor upbringing in London's East End, her first role as a child arsonist at the age of 10 in Dixon of Dock Green and her most recent appearance as a 22-stone putative murderess in The Sculptress.
[Taken from the original programme material for this archive edition of Desert Island Discs]
Favourite track: I Will Survive by Gloria Gaynor
Book: Crying With Laughter by Bob Monkhouse
|Interviewed Guest||Pauline Quirke|