Loose woman Jane Moore recalls her vile first job when she served maggots

The broadcaster and journalist has built an impressive career as a determined and fierce questioner – but her headline making career got its humble beginnings in a newsstand

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Jane Moore describes her first job in a fishing tackle shop

The Loose Women discussed their first jobs – with Jane Moore explaining that she used to serve piles of maggots while working in a newsstand.

The 59-year-old broadcaster has had a long and illustrious career as a journalist having written articles, columns and reports for The Sun, The Sunday Times and Hello magazine over the years.

However, long before she became famous on the inch columns and on the screen, Jane got a job as a paper delivery man before graduating to become a newsagent.

Reminiscing about her early working life, Jane surprised and repelled her Loose Women colleagues when she recalls serving quarts of maggots to well-intentioned customers as part of her job. mine.

Jane Moore brings her mind back to her early works



She said during Monday’s edition of the show: “I had a paper round, very early in the morning.

“And then I went to work in a physical store. It’s called The Modern Newsagents. “

The cameras then cropped to a photograph of Jane at newsstands, which are still serving the public in Worcester.

The TV star started her career working at a newsstand in Worcester



The announcer stands proudly outside the glass door, arms crossed while the store’s name is overhead, an ATM is placed on the wall to the left of the moment, and a sign listing the merchandise for sale inside. shop has been pasted on the wall to the right of the tick.

“I went back recently – I was outside,” explains Jane. To the right of the store was a newsstand, and on the other side, where the cash machine is now, was a fishing shop.

“So I had to alternate between the two and people usually go in and out; ‘Can I get a liter of maggots?’

Jane recreates maggots picking from pints



“I’m going to have to go into the basement and have a big fish tank full of these writhing maggots.”

She then vividly demonstrated holding a glass cup, catching maggots from a box, putting them in a bag, and rolling the bag up.

“And with a big pint, I had to dip my hand in, a quart of maggots, into a brown paper bag, roll it up and ‘have it up,’” she said in her amateur dramatic performance.

“And in the summer, they will all turn into splashing blue bottles.”

Gloria Hunniford indignantly then commented: “I think the paper ring is better than that.”
While host Ruth Langsford asked: “I hope they pay you well?”

But Jane quickly declared: “No!”

Jane then went on to recall the first celebrity she ever interviewed – with the late Les Dawson being the first famous face she spoke to face-to-face.

She said: “I remember sitting there and thinking; ‘Oh my, I’m interviewing a celebrity!’ And I was very worried.

Gloria Hunniford was repelled by Jane’s maggot story



“But I think, in anything, you pretty much have a defining moment. Things where you take the next step of work and you get a call. ”

She recalls the moment she was first featured in an opinion column in a newspaper, exclaiming: “That’s what I really, really wanted. And I didn’t expect. ”

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