Trisha Goddard
British television presenter
Trisha Goddard
Patricia "Trisha" Goddard is a British television presenter and actress best known for her morning talk show, Trisha Goddard, which is broadcast on a mid morning slot on Channel 5 in the UK. In Australia she is known as a long time presenter of Play School.
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Video Of White Supremacist Learning He Is 14 Percent Black May Be The Best Thing Ever
Huffington Post - over 3 years
A white supremacist behind an initiative to turn a North Dakota town into a "white enclave" received some shocking news -- he's not 100 percent white. Craig Cobb, a 62-year-old man who has aimed to start a community for white supremacists and neo-Nazis, received some news that he wasn't too happy about, although we must admit, it gave us quite a chuckle. During an appearance on The Trisha Goddard Show, Cobb was given the results of a DNA Diagnostics test and found out he is 14 percent Sub-Saharan African, and it was all caught on camera. Watch the clip above and check out the hilarity that ensues.
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Neil Durkin: The Iraqi Revolution Will Not Be Televised - But the Battered Detainee's 'Confession' Will...
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
One of the enduring images of the first Gulf War in 1991 was the 'capture video' of the two British RAF flight lieutenants John Nicol and John Peters. The two young airmen, in their flight jackets with Union Jack badges, stared out from millions of British TV screens and newspapers for days (the Daily Mail had a memorable "What has he done to them?" front page). Nicol, square-jawed and hollow-eyed. Peters, horribly bruised and holding his head down. They gave wooden, highly unconvincing 'confessions' about their role in the war. Here were two POWs being made the subject of 'public curiosity' contrary to the Geneva Conventions. They also appeared to be the victims of torture. And they were incriminating themselves, very likely under duress. Scroll forward two decades and, with Saddam long gone and Iraq under the prime ministership of Nouri al-Maliki, what do we find? You guessed it. TV 'confessions' from scores - hundreds - of detainees, each admitting responsibility for ...
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One Day at a Time
The Portland Mercury - over 4 years
Why our ovaries have turned into bags of dust. by Ann Romano MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12 Ugh! "Young love," right? All those (ew) "hormones" and "lack of life experience" and "hopefulness for the future"... BLECH! We're just so glad we're not that little 20-year-old pop starlet/Disney actress Selena Gomez, who's having a dickens of a time breaking up with that little boy with the hair... oh, what's his name? Ah! Justin Bieber. As we recently gabbed, SelGo gave JBiebs the heave-ho after reportedly witnessing him lusting after a Victoria's Secret model—and ever since? The jilted lad has been trying to woo the Disney princess back into his hairless pre-pubescent arms. According to TMZ, Biebs has been texting her to the point where she finally agreed to meet him on Sunday at a NYC hotel for a relationship summit on whether they should get back together. The answer? No dice, pretty boy! Selena reportedly remains unconvinced of the viability of t ...
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Comment on Steve Harvey and Trisha Goddard Debut New Talk Shows on NBC-Universal by Gayle K
Eur Web - over 4 years
I saw Steve’s show. Awful. His advice comes off cold and a slight egoistical. He’s not warm and his 10 second pause to pause while he waits for a response from the audience is difficult to watch. At least he can say he tried. Do you like this comment?: 0 0
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Sinclair Adds NBCU's 'Trisha Goddard' to Its Syndie Slate
Broadcasting and Cable - over 5 years
Conflict talker still seeking major-market...
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Information Please - Vancouver Sun
Google News - over 5 years
(N) (4h) (WPIX) Maury Relationship betrayals and secrets revealed; Trisha Goddard. (N) 8 am (SBK) Dr. Phil Families try to make peace between teens and stepfathers. (WPIX) Jerry Springer A woman must choose between the father of her child and the
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NBCU Working With Trisha Goddard, Jenny McCarthy on New Talkers - Broadcasting & Cable
Google News - over 5 years
The syndicator is working with British talk show host Trisha Goddard, who has guest-hosted several episodes of Maury, on a potential spin-off, according to sources. Like Debmar-Mercury's Jeremy Kyle, who will premiere his own talk show stateside this
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Coleen Nolan on quitting Loose Women - Mirror.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
Coleen joined the show as a regular panellist in 2000 after appearing on Trisha Goddard's former programme, Celebrity Heartbreak, to talk about her painful marital split from EastEnders actor Shane Richie. And after nearly 11 years on the panel,
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Live from New York - National Post (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
The ride is long, the wait is long — though there is pizza, distributed by a man in rubber gloves — and when we finally enter the studio, we are met by guest host Trisha Goddard. Maury, apparently, wasn't feeling well that day
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Monday's TV Talk Show Lineup - Louisville Courier-Journal
Google News - over 5 years
(N) 10:00 (FOX) Maury: Conflict-resolution expert Trisha Goddard will try to mend guests' lives. 10:00 (MY) The Steve Wilkos Show: A man is accused of abusing his 3-year-old daughter. 10:00 (WKYI) The Wendy Williams Show: Al Roker; El DeBarge
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Carluccio's opens in Norwich - Norfolk Eastern Daily Press (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Norwich society was out in force - I spotted Trisha Goddard and her husband, most of the BBC Look East presenters, the mayor in full regalia, the ex-city council leader and his wife, to name but a few. The nibbles I had were quite good,
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OUR FAVOURITE OPRAH - Express.co.uk
Google News - almost 6 years
Trisha Goddard, 53, has hosted her own talk shows on both ITV and Channel 5. She says: She had such approachability. It felt as if you could be talking to her over the garden fence. Prior to that chat shows had been rather formal, such as Phil Donahue
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Discovering the hidden world of Leeds' street sleepers - The Guardian
Google News - almost 6 years
'Soft' is crying at Trisha Goddard at 9.30am on a Wednesday morning. I wouldn't say 'soft' is getting addicted to drugs, having to beg every day for most of your young life to avoid crippling withdrawal pains, managing to have the determination to get
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Trisha Goddard
    FIFTIES
  • 2012
    Age 54
    She hosted her own talk show, also named Trisha, in U.S. first-run syndication from 2012 to 2014.
    More Details Hide Details Goddard was born in London, to a black mother from Dominica. Until recently, Goddard wrongly believed that her mother's English husband was her father. In 2008, Goddard had a DNA test to find out her biological paternity, the tests revealed Goddard's DNA as 90 per cent Sub-Saharan and around 10 per cent European. This confirmed that the person who she believed was her father and called 'Dad' had no biological connection with her.
  • 2011
    Age 53
    On October 20, 2011, NBCUniversal Television Distribution announced that it would launch an American version of her eponymous programme to start in September 2012.
    More Details Hide Details On 1 April 2014 it was announced that this version of the programme had been cancelled after two seasons. She recently published her autobiography.
  • 2010
    Age 52
    She also made an appearance on the BBC show Shooting Stars in 2010.
    More Details Hide Details Also in that year, she began to make occasional appearances on the American talk programme Maury as a consultant and a guest host.
  • FORTIES
  • 2006
    Age 48
    She appears very briefly in the 2006 Doctor Who episode "Army of Ghosts" in a parody episode of her own show entitled "I Married a Ghost".
    More Details Hide Details Goddard appeared as a guest on the BBC's The Kumars at No. 42 and was also the guest host for an episode of the second series of The Friday Night Project, for Channel 4. Goddard also has her own talk show on Liverpool radio station City Talk 105.9. Goddard also made an appearance on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? raising up to £75,000.
  • 2004
    Age 46
    Her show was also featured on a Comic Relief episode of Little Britain where the character Vicky Pollard met up with her long-lost father. For a What Not to Wear Christmas special aired on 22 December 2004, Goddard was given a fashion makeover by Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine.
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    In 2004, a facsimile version of her show was featured on Season 3, Episode 1 of the show "Fat Friends" where she interviewed the "slimming group" of the main characters, and where Betty unintentionally revealed her secret that she had given up a baby at the age of 15.
    More Details Hide Details The episode showed the director telling Trisha to stay on Betty and wait until she revealed her secret.
    In 2004, she filmed two short scenes for the romantic zombie comedy Shaun of the Dead.
    More Details Hide Details Both scenes were filmed on the set of Trisha.
    In September, 2004 Goddard left ITV to join Five in a new programme titled Trisha Goddard, which made its TV debut on 24 January 2005.
    More Details Hide Details Similar in style to her old show, it focussed on relationships, families in crisis, and reunions. The show was produced by Town House Productions. In the early stages of the show, it was observed that repeats of her ITV show continued to achieve higher ratings than her new programme on Five. In March 2008, it was revealed that Goddard had breast cancer. She had chemotherapy treatment while continuing to front and produce her Channel Five show. By August, it was apparent that she was in remission and seemed very healthy again. It was reported that she had lived through worse afflictions than cancer (namely, depression) and compared herself to Kylie Minogue for motivation. In January 2009, Five announced it would not be renewing her contract, for financial reasons.
  • 2003
    Age 45
    Goddard has appeared in satires of her television programmes. In 2003, a specially-shot clip of her show appeared in the ITV religious fantasy drama The Second Coming.
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    Goddard has made a total of five guest panellist appearances on ITV's Loose Women, three appearances in 2003 and two further appearances in 2014.
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  • 1998
    Age 40
    In 1998 after returning to the United Kingdom Goddard became the host of an ITV flagship daytime chat show, the BAFTA-winning Trisha, produced by Anglia Television.
    More Details Hide Details She launched her own independent television production company, Town House TV, with former Director of Programmes and Production for ITV Anglia, Malcolm Allsop.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1967
    Age 9
    She was raised in Tanzania until 1967 and then returned to the United Kingdom.
    More Details Hide Details Goddard was educated at an independent school for expatriates in Tanzania, followed by primary school at Heacham in Norfolk and Sir William Perkins's School in Chertsey, Surrey, at the time a voluntary controlled Church of England girls' grammar school, and which is now an independent school. Goddard's early career as an air stewardess led to travel writing for magazines and then, after settling in Australia in the mid-1980s, a new career in television. She worked there as a television presenter (most notably on the ABC's The 7.30 Report) and also as a host of the children's program Play School. She was later chairperson of the Australian Government's National Community Advisory Group on Mental Health.
  • 1957
    Born
    Born on December 23, 1957.
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