Anita Roddick

The redesigned Red Pepper magazine and website owe much to Anita Roddick, who died from a hepatitis C-related brain haemorrhage in September. Tamanna Kalhar recalls meeting Anita Roddick in When Red Pepper met Anita Roddick while Anita herself writes about Hepatitis C and me in an article first published in 2007

October 25, 2007 · 1 min read

The redesigned Red Pepper magazine and website owe much to Anita Roddick, who died from a hepatitis C-related brain haemorrhage in September.

Tamanna Kalhar recalls meeting Anita Roddick in When Red Pepper met Anita Roddick while Anita herself writes about Hepatitis C and me in an article first published in 2007



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