Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Roy Hudd Exclusive 30 Minute Life Story Interview…..
Enjoy a rare and Exclusive 25 minute interview celebrating the life of one of the UK’s most popular performers.
Hudd first appeared on radio in 1959 on the Workers’ Playtime show and he is best known for his very long-running BBC Radio 2 series The News Huddlines.
He has appeared on TV variety shows and in the 1970s he presented a BBC daytime television programme for older people entitled The 607080 Show.
His acting roles include the Dennis Potter series Lipstick on Your Collar, for which he received critical praise, and Karaoke. In 1966 and 1967 he had his own comedy sketch series, The Illustrated Weekly Hudd. In the mid 1990s he appeared in two series of Common As Muck, the story of a group of bin men (refuse collectors), alongside Edward Woodward.
He has recently appeared as the undertaker Archie Shuttleworth in the ITV soap opera Coronation Street and in the Hollyoaks spin-off, In the City. He will next be seen on TV in episodes of New Tricks and Casualty. And on Friday 30 April Roy went back in time to the 1980s in the BBC TV programme Ashes to Ashes, as Frank Hardwick.
He appeared as Jack Croft in series 2 of BBC One show Missing and as Joe Collet in the BBC One drama Call the Midwife Episode 3 aired in January 2012.
This true comic icon talks about his beginnings in Music Hall, Starring role on Coronation Street and new book ‘Fart in Colander’!