agony uncle


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agony uncle

n
(Journalism & Publishing) (sometimes capital) a man who writes the replies to readers' letters in an agony column. Gender-netural form: advice columnist
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Elsewhere, Jack continues in his role as Max's agony uncle, telling him to give up his grudges.
In 1960s Soho, there was a music shop called Preacher Man run by a guy who was something of an Agony Uncle.
Glenn said: "Brady sets himself up as an agony uncle to the boy.
JACK DEE REFERENDUM HELP DESK BBC2, 10pm The comedian turned agony uncle helps a studio audience dispel their problems, and sheds light on dilemmas and issues relating to the EU Referendum.
National agony uncle Duffy was number two in the highest-earner stakes.
JEREMY Kyle, an odious agony uncle who has foisted bear pit television on the unsuspecting public, is to mend his broken heart in Barbados following the breakdown of his marriage.
In the meantime let's enjoy the funniest politics show on telly (unless Farage is on), with the comedian turned agony uncle and his guests answering questions that they don't know beforehand from the studio audience.
Looking healthy and trim, thanks to good grooming and the gym, he's a busy bee with his current BBC1 show, his Radio 2 Saturday morning slot and his agony uncle column for the Daily Telegraph.
Aaron Balick is the resident Agony Uncle for CBBC which makes him a familiar name to the readers of this book.
com announced today that PBS producer and author of “The Bohemian Love Diaries,” Slash Coleman will join the writing staff as both an advice columnist and the worlds first Agony Uncle.
For millions of families are not getting their world put to rights by Jezza and the show's Agony Uncle Graham, they are instead flocking to get a more measured approach from Big Bird.