Paul Gambaccini at Cheltenham Literature Festival
- 9 Oct 2015
- 18:15 -19:15
- The Sunday Times Garden Theatre, Cheltenham Literature Festival
Arrested in 2013 under Operation Yewtree, the veteran broadcaster spent 12 months on police bail slandered and unable to work. He joins Libby Purves to give his account of the witch hunt he endured and the successful fight to clear his name.
Tickets £10 - Silver, Gold & Full Members 10% off
Paul Gambaccini is the only broadcaster to have had his own series on BBC Radio 1, 2, 3 and 4. He has also had shows on Classic FM and Capital Radio. His thousands of television appearances include regular slots on BBC 1 and 2, ITV, Channel 4 and Sky. A former contributing editor of Rolling Stone, he was a founding co-author of The Guinness Book of British Hit Singles. He is the author of Love, Paul Gambaccini: My Year Under the Yewtree.
An American by birth, Paul came to Britain to attend University College, Oxford in 1970. He took UK citizenship in 2005. Paul has been named Philanthropist of the Year and is in both the Radio Academy Hall of Fame and the British Softball Federation Hall of Fame. He lives in London with his husband Christopher.
Getting there The Sunday Times Garden Theatre, Imperial Square Gardens, GL50 1QA
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