My Story

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Random House, Jan 31, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 448 pages
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Dale Winton is one of the most popular stars on television today. For over 25 years his warm and winning ways have made him one of Britain's most popular and powerful personalities on television, radio, and with live audiences everywhere. Whilst enjoying deserved adulation from fans of all ages, and despite continuous requests from the media and the public, the details of Dale's traumatic and eventful private life story have remained untold. It's a compelling revelation. It's a life story of childhood insecurity and heartbreaking family tragedy, coupled with a man's courage, commitment and constant striving for professional perfection and rightful recognition as a talented and caring performer, rising to the top in the tempestuous and precarious world of entertainment. The problems, the pain and the personalities are all uncovered as Dale deals in depth with the ups and downs of a life lived to the full and the fruits of success enjoyed to the utmost. With an eye to the future as well as an uninhibited disclosure of the past, Dale Winton's autobiography will make compelling reading for millions.

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About the author (2012)

Born in 1955, Dale grew up in North London. He began his career as a DJ on the London club circuit, and his first professional steps as a young aspiring broadcaster began in 1974 with the United Biscuits Industrial Radio Station. By 1977 he was presenting a five-day-a-week live programme at Radio Trent. In 1989 Dale broke into television, and in 1993 began presenting the hugely popular seven-series show, Supermarket Sweep. Since then he has presented a wide variety of prime-time shows including The National Lottery, The Other Half, Pets Win Prizes and Touch the Truck, as well as numerous one-off specials. Dale also presents Saturday afternoon's Pick of the Pops on BBC Radio 2.