Olivia Newton-John, In Her Own Words

BBC Radio 2

In these two programmes, four-time grammy winner Olivia Newton-John offers her own story, in her own words. From her early childhood in England, the daughter of a Jewish émigré and an MI5 officer, to her teenage rise to fame on Australian Television, her formative experiences as a young singer performing in London in the mid sixties, to selling 100 million records and becoming one of the best-selling artists of all time.

Produced by Victoria Ferran

Broadcast: 15th and 22nd May