Roger MooreThis geezer's 'avin a giraffe, innee? Sir Roger Moore, retired James Bond and king of the arched eyebrow, has come out railing against the disappearance of the Queen's English due to the influence of television.

Sir Roger, who has spent the last few years acting as a special ambassador for Unicef, told of his disappointment at the entertainment profession's lack of posh accents whilst hosting an event for the charity.

"You have to have a regional dialect to get anywhere these days," the 82 year old said in his opening speech. "Deborah, my daughter, complains she is always being turned down for parts because she is not regional in her speech, which is a great pity."

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