- Lorraine Kelly (born 30 November 1959 in Glasgow) is a Scottish television
presenter and journalist best known as a presenter for GMTV (GMTV with Lorraine)
and ITV Breakfast (Lorraine). She currently resides in Broughty Ferry, Dundee
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Lorraine: Between You and Me
National treasure Lorraine Kelly has been great
company for years: a sunny, vivacious and loveable presence in your home. Now
you can get to know her even better as, for the first time, she opens up about
her life and tells her story in her own words. From her working-class childhood
growing up in one of the toughest areas of Glasgow, to her early career in
journalism during which she covered the heartbreaking tragedies of Lockerbie and
Dunblane, and her emergence as the undisputed Queen of Morning TV, Lorraine
reveals a life like no other with characteristic warmth and charm. Entertaining,
funny and a little bit mischievous, her anecdotes are garnered from a lifetime
of meeting, greeting and interrogating the famous and infamous. Full of honesty,
insight and Lorraine's inimitable good sense, LORRAINE: BETWEEN YOU AND ME is a
book to settle on the sofa with.
Television presenter Lorraine
Kelly with her OBE
Television presenter Lorraine Kelly displays
the OBE awarded to her by The Queen for services to charity and the armed forces
at an Investiture ceremony at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, 3 July 2012. © Press
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A lawyer, a priest, a farmer, a surgeon, a wine
vendor: these civilians-turned-soldiers are among the combatants captured and
held in a POW camp after Nazi troops overrun France. Also among the captives is
fiery Victor Labiche, a former cab driver chained to a wall in solitary
confinement because of his defiance of prison authorities. Soon after Thousands
Cheer, Gene Kelly set aside his musical prowess to showcase his dramatic talents
in this wartime morale booster. He plays Victor, whose will to fight is crushed
by the torment of solitary confinement. But his passions rekindle when, after
being smuggled out of camp as part of a POW escape, he witnesses courage of
fellow escapees and resistance partisans in combat against Nazi troops. Jean
Pierre Aumont plays the escapee whose act of bravery inspires the firefight.
Aumont joined the Free French Forces after completed of the film and became a
decorated war hero.
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