public speaker

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TROUBLED football legend Paul Gascoigne is enjoying some welcome success - an after-dinner speech he is planning for Compton Hospice has nearly sold out.
The trainer, the only one from the current crop to have saddled the winner of the Gold Cup, Champion Hurdle and Grand National, is hosting the event and giving the after-dinner speech at Von Essen's Lower Slaughter Manor in Gloucestershire.
I was fortunate enough to be asked to do an after-dinner speech celebrating 100 years of Hampden and Denis was one of the guests of honour.
Richmond was involved in the escalation of an Arab claim that the Zionists were poised to destroy the Dome of the Rock: a claim based on naive drawings from Zionist folklore and a literal interpretation of a metaphor used by Alfred Mond in an after-dinner speech.
Charlton Heston made an inadvertent case for concealed-carry permits by conversing with himself in an after-dinner speech.
As for humans, Morley says the lesson is that to be most memorable, the after-dinner speech should be given before dinner.
According to The Daily Star, the ex-Ryder Cup captain was discharged from hospital two weeks after collapsing before his after-dinner speech at an Aberdeen hotel.
Former investment banker and columnist for The Spectator, Martin Vander Weyer, gave an after-dinner speech where he praised the North East business community for its resilience in troubling times.
The only drawback was being unable to sleep on Saturday night after my after-dinner speech.
Former Top Gear presenter Quentin Willson hosted the awards and the audience was treated to an after-dinner speech from Sky Blues legend Bobby Gould.
He wouldn't get out of bed to make an after-dinner speech for the peanuts Paxo charges.
Prestatyn Vicar Clive Southerton is pictured in 1988 when he broke a world record by giving an after-dinner speech that lasted 52 hours 17 Cross Street, Rhuddlan, pictured here in January 1952, was actually the town's first Welsh chapel In May 1990 a Lancashire firm Vertical Access was employed to carry out a much-needed spruce up of the tower of St Mary's Church, Conwy Hawarden Methodist Church celebrated its centenary in March 1963.
The highlight of the evening was the after-dinner speech by comedian Frank Carson who is himself an ex-serviceman.
While delivering a genuinely hilarious after-dinner speech at a charity event, Ricky told the audience: "What an absolute pleasure it is to be entertaining people without someone trying to smash my teeth out.
His gaffe came during an after-dinner speech at a sheriff's retirement do in Falkirk.