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griff

(ɡrɪf)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) slang information; news
[C20: from griffin2]
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The Search For Mister Lloyd, written by Griff and published by Cardiff independent publisher Candy Jar, has won the Tir na n-Og Award, the Welsh Books Council's annual children's book award.
With his funky haircut, goatee and backpack swung over his shoulder, Griff, 61, seems to look younger and younger in every scene.
Tonight, Griff is on the East African Railway, going 1,200 miles through Kenya and Tanzania.
Griff bravely tries a stick that doubles as a toothbrush, but baulks at the idea of some brown paste used to treat worms.
TRAVELLER: Griff visits the souk in the city of Marrakesh, Morocco
Griff, 30, from Kirkby, who was diagnosed with the illness five years ago, says: "Back then, my first thoughts were on staying alive myself, never mind giving life to someone else.
But Griff made his fortune on the publicly-owned BBC.
I left Cardiff [where he was born] when I was a baby and was brought up in Epping, so gradually my connections faded away," admits Griff, 60.
The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition is also teaming up with Griff and Son's.
Recalling a time when journeys were undertaken on foot, horseback, carriage or under sail, Griff re-traces the routes our ancestors took.
Griff, whose BBC1 show River Journeys starts on Sunday, claims anglers have too much power and too many waterways are private.