Jimmy Cricket is giving an exclusive interview on a podcast, to be aired on Wednesday (27 September).
The famous funnyman stars as a special guest on The World of Lord Russell PodCast Talk Show.
No timing has been provided for the show, but the interview should appear on Lord Russell’s podcast page here.
Lord Russell Baker’s website describes him as a “philanthropist, explorer and bon vivant”.
It says he has fundraised for several charitable organisations in his home county of Norfolk and beyond.
The website adds: “Lord Russell is an enormously respected figure amongst many of the leading professional sportsmen and women in such diverse sports as football, snooker and darts.”
Some of the famous names he has worked with include ex-England, Ipswich Town and Glasgow Rangers captain Terry Butcher.
The list also features former world snooker champions Steve Davis and Ronnie O’Sullivan.
Ex-world champion darters John Lowe, Eric Bristow and Keith Deller have also worked with Lord Russell.
It is also available as an ebook priced £9.99 (unless you have subscribed to Kindle Unlimited, in which case it is free).
Amazon Kindle allows users to read ebooks purchased on Amazon.
Jimmy has said he is happy to sign copies of the book at his live shows, where they are available for a discounted price of £10.
The autobiography tells the heart-warming story of his 50 golden years in showbusiness – told in his own words.
He is recognisable for wearing a funny hat and green wellies marked L and R on the wrong feet.
And he proudly keeps his comedy clean – increasingly rare these days – making him the perfect family entertainer.
The book is available from online retailer Amazon here.
His best-known catchphrases include ‘And there’s more!’ and ‘Come closer!’
He is famous for reading out Letters from his Mammy, which have provided the material for two published books.
One pound from the sale of every book goes to Mary’s Meals.
The charity supports feeding projects in some of the world’s poorest communities where hunger and poverty prevent children from gaining an education.