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Sir Roger to chair the MultiMediaFund
A car belonging to Roger Moore at Pinewood
5th Eilat Chamber Music Festival
Sir Roger in Moscow
Sir Roger back to the big screen
Martin Grace: stuntman
 Exclusive interview with Martin Grace
Sir Roger targets Selfridges over foie gras 
The Moore the merrier
Exclusive interview with Bob Dix
Sir Roger honoured by the BECTU
Sir Roger at the Rachlin Presents festival 
Sir Roger relives days as James Bond
Time and Place: Sir Roger
A 60 second interview with Sir Roger
Sir Roger's Red Nose
Sir Roger in Israel
Sir Roger pays tribute to Pinewood
Sir Roger on Irish Mission
Sir Roger in Dublin
Culture Clinic: Sir Roger Moore
How Sir Roger Moore writes ...
Sir Roger: three days in Paris
My word is my Bond: booksignings
And the Bond Plays On
Sir Roger's stage secrets
Sir Roger: his word is his Bond
Sir Roger: "It's all a bit of a joke"
TSWLM - A Gala with Sir Roger
Interview in Cheltenham
The highs and the lows of being Bond
Sir Roger : "I'm the worst Bond ..." 
An exclusive chat with Britt Ekland 
Sir Roger on a new UNICEF mission in Hungary
Sir Roger received the Hammarskjöld Award
Sir Roger honoured at The Thalians Gala
Sir Roger honoured on the "Walk Of Fame"

Exclusive interview with John Glen
Roger Moore: stories of the month
Roger Moore: not easily shaken, or stirred
Interview with Sir Roger: 15 years of UNICEF work
Exclusive interview with Sir Roger about AIDS
A very special Bond
Sir Roger Moore's story in his own words

Sir Roger Moore on Twitter

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The new Sir Roger Moore website coming soon on 31st of October please call back  

There is going to be a new Sir Roger Moore official website in a couple of weeks and it will incorporate a section specifically for UNICEF news, links Twitter and Facebook, and a section for any updates regarding Sir Roger.

If anybody has any particular aspects they would like to incorporate, we will be very pleased to hear them. alan@sirrogermoore.com

The Sir Roger forum will continue as usual and there will also be a link to the old website which will stay there as an archive.

Sir Roger Moore is appealing for fans to help Pakistan in its current crisis. Three million people are currently in need of urgent help, including one and a half million children!

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Pakistan has been hit by the worst flooding the country has seen in 71 years. Almost one million people have been affected, including hundreds of thousands of children.

To support UNICEF's relief effort in Pakistan, please donate at www.unicef.org.uk/rmp.

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As a UNICEF Ambassador, Sir Roger Moore is appealing for people to support UNICEF's Haiti Children's Emergency Appeal.

You can donate online at http://www.unicef.org/.

Please show your support and donate now to help children affected by the earthquake in Haiti. You can donate online at ww.unicef.org.uk/haiti.

UNICEF UK launches its biggest ever initiative on children's rights.

Sir Roger Moore would like to bring your attention to this important UNICEF campaign, which is a dedicated effort to change the lives of desperate children over the next five years. Details here.

 

 


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Sir Roger Moore would like to bring your attention to this important UNICEF campaign, which is a dedicated effort to change the lives of desperate children over the next five years

Find out how you can put things right for these children:
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