James Whale: British radio host announces his near death

James Whale
British radio presenter announces his imminent death

James Whale

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James Whale shocks his listeners with sad news. The British radio presenter is suffering from terminal cancer. In an emotional speech, he explains that he doesn’t have much longer to live.

James Whale, 71, has apparently come to terms with his fate. The presenter of “TalkTV” and “talkRADIO” speaks on Tuesday evening, November 29, 2022, at the “British Curry Awards” on stage about his cancer, which has already affected the brain, spine, kidneys and lungs, and explains how minor his life expectancies are.

James Whale is suffering from terminal cancer

“I know a lot of them don’t like me, but I won’t be here by this time next year. I have terminal cancer,” he said, according to the Daily Mail, adding, “As you may be able to hear, I’m having chemotherapy that’s making it hard for me to breathe, but I’m fine. Don’t worry.”

The terminally ill 71-year-old, who has been a fixture on British TV and radio since the 1980s, offers heartbreaking advice to viewers: “I’m in my 70s now and I just want to say don’t waste your time doing stupid things should waste what is not important.”

The British presenter was already battling kidney cancer

He was supported that evening by his wife Nadine Lamont-Brown. In matching outfits – he in a dark blue suit, she in a royal blue sequined dress – the couple posed for the photographers on the red carpet before the event.

The two only said yes in October 2021 at Tenterden Town Hall in Kent. Just 14 months earlier, Whale had made his cancer public. Three years earlier, his first wife Melinda had died of lung cancer. In 2000, he himself was battling kidney cancer.

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