Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Sophie Neville on Channel 4 in March 2013 ~

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My most recent television broadcast appearance was on Channel 4 in the U.K. for Betty TV's 'Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners' helping my mother Daphne Neville with an overdue blitz on the clutter in her attic.

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Friday, 22 March 2013

A Radio Broadcast in the USA ~

On Saturday 23rd March 
at 10.00am
Sophie Neville was interviewed by Dr Diane Dike
on 
Second Chance Radio Show in the USA.
Diane, who also loves dogs, is interested in raising awareness about invisible diseases.
As well as talking about Funnily Enough she told listeners about the sequel Ride the Wings of Morning. Free Kindle copies of the E-book were offered on the show.


Author Sophie Neville


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Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Click to watch the clip of Mum on Channel 4 ~

  "It was very nice to see you on Channel 4 last night. I see what you meant re. your mum's eccentricity, hard to believe she was a JP, never mind." Colin Salvage, by email

Friday, 15 March 2013

Red Nose Day in London ~



Sophie Neville at Waterloo Station making a donation to Comic Relief on Red Nose Day

Arriving at Waterloo Station on Red Nose Day

Sophie Neville on Red Nose Day wearing a T-Shirt designed by Stella McCartney for Comic Relief

Sophie at St Paul's

Sophie Neville in the City of London
Buttoned up smartly with the Beadles of the City of London



With Richard Chartres, Bishop of London and Lady Victoria Leatham, Master of the Drapers Company

The Train Driver at Waterloo on Red Nose Day for Comic Relief ~ photo Sophie Neville

And a red nose for the train driver

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Thursday, 14 March 2013

What are you doing for Comic Relief?

Sophie Neville talking for Comic Relief

It must have been the coldest night of the year - so cold I had to wear a polo-neck jersey under Stella McCartney's Comic Relief T-shirt, but about seventy of us gathered at the River Severn Motor Yacht Club at Worcester.

Sophie Neville author of 'Funnily Enough'

I managed to get the microphone working and gave an illustrated talk on 'The Secrets of filming Swallows & Amazons in 1973' ~ something described in a section of 'Funnily Enough'.

Sophie Neville representing the Waterberg Welfare Society


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We raised £168 and had a lot of fun - as well as a very good meal at the yacht club.

Sunday, 10 March 2013

Influence through Art ~


Phylo-sophy illustrated by Caroline Assheton

Tell someone you love them

The best way to keep warm


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