Ken Dodd 20+ Years Of EXCLUSIVE Interviews

Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Ken Dodd Exclusive Interview And Life Story….

On November 8th 2012 Ken Dodd turned 85 & celebrated 60 years in Show Business.

Alex Belfield first met Doddy aged 14 and over the last 20 years has come to regard him as a true friend & mentor.

Since Belfield and Doddy met they’ve recorded over 20 hour Specials for the BBC & Commercial radio. Alex regards Doddy as his friend, mentor and inspiration.

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Here’s the best of our interviews since 1997. Ken Dodd in his own words @ YouTube:

Through these 20 hours of interviews you hear a rare, in-depth and Exclusive insight into Ken’s remarkable life and career. Doddy is very private and this insight is a real treat.

Ken has been at the top of his game since turning professional in 1954 in Nottingham. He’s had a record breaking Comedy, TV, Radio and Music career.

Doddy’s ‘Tears for Souvenirs’ sold more copies than John Lennon’s Imagine – mind-blowingly incredible!

Here’s all of Alex & Ken’s interviews…..



Alex & Ken 2010

2009 – Ken Dodd banned from Nottingham (Huge PR fail)…..


Belfield & Doddy:





Alex & Ken….



Enjoy some Exclusive pictures taken of Doddy backstage….

Ken Dodd is an English comedian, singer-songwriter and actor, identified by his trademark unruly hair and protruding teeth, his red, white and blue “tickling stick” and his famous, upbeat greeting of “How tickled I am!”.

He also created the world and characters of the Diddy Men, with ‘diddy’ being Liverpudlian slang for small.

He works mainly in the music hall tradition, although, in the past, has occasionally appeared in drama, including as Malvolio in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night on stage in Liverpool in 1971; on television in the cameo role of ‘The Tollmaster’ in the 1987 Doctor Who story Delta and the Bannermen; and as Yorick (in silent flashback) in Kenneth Branagh’s film version of Shakespeare’s Hamlet in 1996.

In the 1960s his fame was such that he rivalled the Beatles as a household name.

His records have sold millions worldwide

Recorded by Alex Belfield for the BBC and Celebrity Radio.