A BARNSLEY-born radio broadcaster bared all in a triumphant end to her time on ITV’s The Full Monty on Ice.
Dame Jenni Murray, who attended Barnsley Girls’ High School before becoming BBC Radio Four’s longest-serving presenter up to her recent retirement, made history as both men and woman stripped together - a first in the show’s four-year run.
Each year, celebrities recreate the famous scene from the film of the same name to encourage people to check themselves for signs of cancer.
The 70-year-old had breast cancer in 2007, which resulted in her undergoing a mastectomy.
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