Bradley Walsh

Comedian and Actor


Wishey Washee Walsh In Woking
Following two record-breaking years in Milton Keynes and after wowing audiences with his charisma, humour and boundless energy, the New Victoria Theatre in Woking Surrey is delighted to welcome panto's biggest star Bradley Walsh in the spectacular extravaganza Aladdin.

Appearing at the New Victoria Theatre from Friday 5 December 2008 to Sunday 18 January 2009

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Dr Who spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures
Bradley joins comedy legend Russ Abbott for the Children's BBC drama series The Sarah Jane Adventures. Producer Nikki Smith said: "Both are in roles rather more sinister than their usual TV appearances."

The 12x30 minute episodes, will premier in October and it'll once again be executive produced by Russell T Davies and Julie Gardner.

Ready, Steady, Cook
Bradley Walsh and Joe Pasquale help chefs Gino D'Acampo and Lesley Waters to make a meal in twenty minutes overlooked by Ainsley Harriott. BBC's 18th Series of Ready Steady Cook.

Fellow Weatherfield veteran Sally Lindsay (Shelley) will also attempt to keep her head while all about her are losing theirs.

The National Lottery: Midweek Draws
Bradley is back with the National Lottery after presenting the The National Lottery Live back in 1998. Now he is presenting the Thunderball, Lotto, Lotto Hot Picks, and Dream Number draws. Since 5th February 1997 there has been a midweek draw on Wednesday nights just before nine o clock.

New mums welcome campaign to raise cash for neonatal unit
New mothers have welcomed plans to improve Milton Keynes Hospital's neonatal unit.

Panto star Bradley Walsh with baby Indigo and mum Laurel Triggs at Milton Keynes Hospital's neonatal unit. The unit has remained unchanged since the early 1980s but, with the birth rate in Milton Keynes rising, a major fund-raising campaign is under way to create a bigger, brighter unit with extra cots.

The hospital wants the public to help raise 250,000 for the Little Future Lives Appeal - part of which will be used to demolish walls to create extra space.

Unit manager Glenda Deacon said: "It's been the same since about 1984.

"This is about making the unit more family friendly.

"Many mothers are in here for up to 16 weeks."

The hospital cares for over 300 premature, small or ill babies a year and donations from the appeal will help to buy vital equipment to provide the most sophisticated care.

If a baby is unwell it is rushed from the delivery room to the intensive care area.

As their health improves babies progress to the high dependency and special care areas, before being allowed home.

Panto star Bradley Walsh visited on Thursday to drop off 1,700 donated by theatre goers over Christmas.

He showed his support for mums like Laurel Triggs and Phillipa Cullen, who have first hand experience of the current facilities.

Phillipa, from Tattenhoe, said: "My son Ethan was born at 26 weeks weighing only one pound 11 ounces.

"He's been through a huge amount but we were very lucky to be able to stay at this hospital, which is only five minutes from where we live.

"I've spent six or seven hours a day here for the last four months.

"What they want to do with this place will be fantastic for the staff, the mums and the babies."

The hospital has agreed to fund four additional cots at 10,000 each as well as seven new nurses and three consultants set to join by September.

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