Next Episode of Paul O'Grady: The Sally Army and Me is
A series presented by Paul O'Grady exploring the work of the Salvation Army.
Paul begins his journey at the training HQ in South London, where he meets his mentor, Captain Jo Moir, who teaches him the power of tea and sympathy - before he's thrown in at the deep end!
The presenter's work with the Salvation Army continues as he takes on the challenge of teaching some life skills by giving a group of troubled teenagers a baking lesson. He also comes to the aid of a homeless man who has finally got a roof over his head by helping him to move in, and is persuaded to perform a rap song
Paul O'Grady's training with the group is taken to the next level when he is faced with his biggest fear - dementia. He rolls forward the years as he dons an old-age simulation suit to see what it really feels like to be an OAP. He tries his hand at storytelling, attempting to teach a room full of children a classic parable from the Bible - what could go wrong?
Paul O'Grady's training goes international as he hits the front line and witnesses the migrant crisis in Athens at first hand. He gets a face-to-face meeting with the head honcho of the Salvation Army to ask him some tough questions on sexuality and helps a woman who is desperate to put food on the table for her children.
Paul O'Grady's training with the Salvation Army takes him right back to where he first encountered them as a kid, his hometown of Liverpool, to support a woman whose drug addiction has ruined her life. He channels his inner 'Lily' to use his comedy experience to help a man who hit rock bottom and gets one last chance to find his rhythm with the Sally Army band.
Paul O'Grady takes on the final and toughest part of his Salvation Army training as he comforts those facing death at a hospice for the terminally ill. He puts on his dancing shoes for a 94-year-old lady at an exercise class for the elderly and finally gets to fulfil his childhood dream of marching with the Sally Army band down London's Oxford Street.
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