Presenter of Radio 2's "Good Morning Sunday", Don Maclean attracts a regular audience of over two million a week. His witty and challenging interview style brings religion down to earth and no matter how important his guests, Don never allows them to get away with superficial answers to his searching questions. He came to the public's attention long before "Good Morning Sunday" and his autobiography is full of anecdotes of the early years before his big break on BBC classics like "The Black and White Minstrel Show" and "Crackerjack", not to mention the complexities of being one of the most successful pantomime dames. This story explores the exploits of one of our most popular entertainers and reveals the personal beliefs behind this larger than life personality.
Don Maclean has presented BBC Radio 2's 'Good Morning Sunday' programme for over 12 years, attracting over 2 million people each week. He is also a leading television and cabaret performer and appears regularly all over Great Britain including London Palladium seasons, Royal Command performances and pantomime. He first came to the public's attention through his appearances on the BBC's Black and White Minstrel Show which he hosted three years on TV and five years on stage. He has been married to his wife Toni for thirty-five years and has two children.