Dame Esther Rantzen biography and information about her charity work
Most people, particularly of the older generation, will be familiar with the Dame Esther Rantzen biography and remember her for appearing on Braden’s Week as one of the presenters, and then as the main presenter on That’s Life, which ran for 21 years from 1973 to 1994. She will also always be remembered for the creation of ChildLine, which was launched on one of the That’s Life episodes in 1986. We have a brief Dame Esther Rantzen biography for you here with more information about her projects.
Other concerns of Dame Esther Rantzen
As well as an amazing TV career, Dame Esther Rantzen is also the patron or vice-president of 15 charities, her main concerns being:
- Vulnerable older people; and
- Disabled people.
We are so proud
As the Dame Esther Rantzen biography shows, she is an all-round good person who takes her charity work very seriously, and works tirelessly for the charities she is involved in. Is it any wonder, then, that we are so proud to be able to say that she has been our patron since 2003, and that she recommends our services and has every faith in us to deliver what we say we will?
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