Simon Warr: My life in my own words
Broadcaster and former teacher Simon Warr is interviewed before his death from cancer.
Simon was part of the BBC Radio Suffolk family for almost 30 years – he was a great advocate of local sport and was loved by many for his forthright views and unique style of broadcasting.
Simon passed away peacefully at 4am on 22 February 2020, aged 65, after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He will be greatly missed.
James Hazell interviewed his good friend just days before he died, the interview deals with his diagnosis; allegations of sexual abuse; being a teacher; taking the wrong career path and how he would like to be remembered.