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Helen Dewdney – exclusive interview with Rob Rinder No. 2

Rob Rinder in the media: past, present and future

In December 2019 Rob Rinder kindly give me a review for my book 101 Habits of an Effective Complainer. Having kept in touch since then, I recently undertook a series of exclusive interviews with him.

Last week I published the first interview where he spoke about his  barrister journey: Rob Rinder – From Barrister to TV Judge

This time I ask him about his media career.

Robert Rinder and Helen Dewdney on Zoom

I asked Rob Rinder what the favourite part of his media career has been

Rob feels very privileged to have been able to do what he has done/is doing and talked about that privilege as well as what he really thought about Strictly and celebrities who moan about the public!

Rob Rinder talks to Helen Dewdney about the favourites part of his media career

 

What do you wish people would ask you but never do?

Rob talked about the questions he gets asked and it’s worth pointing out that he didn’t tell me any of my questions were stupid! 😁

Rob Rinder talks to Helen Dewdney about the questions people ask him

 

What is the biggest misconception anyone had or has about you?

Rob talked about the importance he places on what people think of him and talks about the time when his mother told him off after a filming of Judge Rinder.

Helen Dewdney asks Rob Rinder about the misconceptions people have about him

 

What do you think will be next for you?

Rob talked about subject matters he would like to cover in documentaries in future.

Rob Rinder talks to Helen Dewdney about what he would like to cover in future media work

 

Rob talks about his complaining habits with me in the 3rd and final part of the interview series.

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By Helen Dewdney, The Complaining Cow

Consultant | Author | Speaker | Blogger | Presenter | Journalist
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