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THE tables will be turned on TV reporter Penny Roberts when she sits in the hot seat at a celebrity supper in Cardiff.

The chief reporter for BBC Wales will be guest of honour at the event being staged next week.

During the evening, Penny will be interviewed on her professional and personal life by former HTV newscaster Margaret Pritchard.

Margaret is now chief executive of the George Thomas Hospice Care charity, and all the money made on the night is going to its home-care hospice service.

The Celebrity Supper is being held at the Mansion House, Richmond Road, Roath, on Friday, October 5, from 7pm with food, wine - and Penny under the spotlight.

"It's going to be an interesting experience to be on the other side of the camera for a change, " said Penny.

Admission to the event is by ticket only at pounds 10 each.

They are available from Ros Sullivan, George Thomas Hospice Care, 10 Ty Gwyn Road, Penylan, Cardiff CF23 5JE; phone 029 2048 5345.


PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS Margaret Pritchard, left and BBC's Penny Roberts.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Sep 27, 2001
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