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a newspaper columnist who answers questions and offers advice on personal problems to people who write in

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While he tries to sort out other people's problems in his agony uncle column, he remains single and has said that he may never settle down.
But, when Coleman came to my attention through his Psychology Today blog, the role of the Agony Uncle seemed perfect.
Social crusader, agony uncle, TRP grabber with adifference, or India's answer to Oprah.
London, May 11 ( ANI ): Jon Hamm has turned agony uncle of sorts, as he dished out advice to teenage girls on everything from dating and sex to fashion in a new video blog.
Summary: Actor and TV presenter Danny Dyer has denied advising a reader of Zoo magazine to cut his ex's face in his regular agony uncle column.
Which magazine apologised after a heartbroken man was advised in celebrity agony uncle Danny Dyer's column to cut his ex-girlfriend's face?
I certainly don't think it's a two-horse race," said Smith, sitting on stage at the British Horseracing Conference with Paul Barber, Denman's partowner, in a chat hosted by TV agony uncle Jeremy Kyle.
New features of the website reportedly include: Star Style, (information on celebrity fashion); information on new beauty products; and an agony uncle.
Pollard becomes an unlikely agony uncle when he advises simple Sam to grab his chance of happiness with the weird and wonderland Alice before she leaves for pastures new.
And with Ray he plays agony uncle to Lisa all evening when she reveals that she felt she'd let them all down when she couldn't complete her first task because of an asthma attack.
Poppy had established a fanbase of nearly 18,000 on her Twitter page and Rob even found himself becoming an agony uncle answering problem letters sent to her.
Armchair agony uncle I'M NOT an independent but agree wholeheartedly with Joan McAlpine's article on Syria.
The former Father Ted star has a regular agony uncle column in a UK newspaper so to mix the interview up tomorrow night RTE are putting the funnyman's advice giving skills to the test.
Looking healthy and trim, he's a busy bee with his current BBC1 show, his Radio 2 Saturday morning slot and his agony uncle column for the Daily Telegraph.