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Nicky Campbell: I have trouble sleeping, especially if I’m interviewing the Chancellor the next day

TV and radio presenter Nicky Campbell is more than familiar with getting up with the lark, thanks to his early starts on his breakfast show on 5 Live. Sleep is a problem, he admits, although it’s just one of a number of issues he raises in his memoir, One Of The Family, in which he also details a breakdown and subsequent bipolar diagnosis, the negative emotions he felt about being adopted, and how his faithful Labrador Maxwell has helped him through good times and bad.
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Long Lost Family's Nicky Campbell shares shock health diagnosis

Nicky Campbell has spoken about the moment he was diagnosed with bipolar and candidly revealed his symptoms before he sought treatment. Appearing on The One Show back in February, the Long Lost Family: What Happened Next host admitted he had "collapsed to the ground weeping" in the lead-up to his diagnosis earlier this year, as he shared the moment he realised something was seriously wrong.
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Nicky Campbell: How my dog helped me through my breakdown

E had just finished his Radio 5 live breakfast show, talking to politicians and callers, prompting debate as he had done for years, but he was inwardly obsessing about a disturbing story he’d read about a family of elephants being killed by a train in India. Campbell might have gone...
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Long Lost Family host Nicky Campbell reveals he felt like an 'imposter in his own life' before his public breakdown and bipolar diagnosis after years of struggling with being adopted

Nicky Campbell has revealed how he felt like an 'imposter in his own life' after being adopted a few days after he was born. The Long Lost Family host, 59, today released his memoir 'One of the Family', which details his life with adoptive parents, Frank and Sheila Campbell, his search for his birth mother, and how his ‘miracle dog’ Maxwell helped with his mental health.
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Long Lost Family's Nicky Campbell shares shock health diagnosis

Nicky Campbell has spoken about the moment he was diagnosed with bipolar and candidly revealed his symptoms before he sought treatment. Appearing on The One Show, the Long Lost Family host admitted he had "collapsed to the ground weeping" in the lead-up to his diagnosis earlier this year, as he shared the moment he realised something was seriously wrong.
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Man United players are 'absolutely sick of hate-filled' online racial abuse, insists club chief Nicky Campbell as he calls on social media firms to expose and stop anonymous accounts from 'spouting their vile views' after Tuanzebe and Martial were targete

Manchester United players are 'absolutely sick' of receiving racial abuse on social media, club chief Nicky Campbell has insisted after Axel Tuanzebe and Anthony Martial were targeted by online trolls. Tuanzebe, 23, was subjected to vile racist comments on his Instagram account following United's shock defeat at home to Sheffield...
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Does Nicky Campbell drive? Long Lost Family curiosity solved

Does Nicky Campbell drive? The Long Lost Family presenter is currently in the news after co-star Naga Munchetty warned him that she might make him feel “uncomfortable” while discussing her bra on air. Who is Nicky Campbell?. Nicky Campbell is a TV and radio presenter from Scotland. He was born...
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What’s on TV tonight: Nicky Campbell and Davina McCall reunite Irish parents with their long lost son on ITV

At the start of a new run of the unfailingly – indeed, expertly – moving series, Nicky Campbell reveals that the show has received over 4,000 enquiries while off-air; there’s going to be no shortage of stories awaiting Campbell, Davina McCall and their researchers. We begin with Phyllis and Kevin from Ireland, who ran away to London as teenagers in the 1970s, their baby son, Sean, taken in by a Catholic agency when they became homeless and adopted (against the parents’ wishes) by a Spanish family living in Britain. Reunited, the adult Sean apologises that he doesn’t speak a word of English – or, rather, Irish, as Kevin quickly corrects him.