Thursday, 16 February 2012

Chris Evans & Harry Moseley

For the tenth interview for Harry Moseley’s ‘book of celebration’, the lovely @Woodyfloss and I travelled once again to London, this time to speak to the all-round brilliant TV and radio presenter, Chris Evans.

As with all the participants of this project, Chris was such a lovely guy to meet and it was a pleasure to listen to his enduring memories of Harry, as well as hear his plans for helping to continue the little guy’s legacy for years to come.

Here’s an excerpt from the conversation:

The roll-call of participants, so far, is:

We’ve also received written tributes from Sarah Brown and Frank Lampard.

This is still just the beginning of a long journey to get this book out to the world, but it’s becoming clearer and clearer that Harry was an extraordinary soul, and I like to think he’s giving Jen and I the help we need to get this done.

Sitting in central London, eating cheese sandwiches after interviewing Chris, the Sun broke through the clouds, bathing us in a warmth that felt more fitting to an early summer’s day, rather than one in the remnants of winter. That gave us a smile.

I hope you can head along to Harry’s website and buy a bracelet or make a donation:

And please follow Harry’s mom, Georgie, on Twitter, at:

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  1. Good to hear the book is progressing.
    What about your own book — is that on the back burner?

    1. It has been, Gladys, yeah - must get back to it! :-)

  2. Great line-up Les. So proud of all the work you're doing.

    1. He was a great guy to interview. :-) xoxox