Former MP Edwina Currie has revealed her ‘disturbing’ experiences when she went on dating websites catering for older people.
In the new More 4 series The Baby Boomers’ Guide To Growing Old, she and TV presenter Johnny Ball take on a number of challenges on the topics of love, work, body and fun.
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