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Anne Robinson

Anne Robinson is known world wide for her acerbic wit.

She famously hosted The Weakest Link in the UK and America. The show was sold to forty countries each obliging the host to dress in black, and have their hair dyed red.

Anne was the first ever woman to regularly edit a national newspaper.

She’s been a columnist for the Mirror, the Times and the Daily Telegraph.

Her enduring career in television has included, Points of View, Test the Nation, Watchdog and My Life In Books.

The Anne Robinson Saturday morning Show ran for 12 years on Radio 2.

Her book ‘Memoirs of An Unfit Mother' has sold more than two million copies.