James Whale has sadly announced that he has reached the end of his treatment for terminal cancer. He is now only expected to live for a few more months.
Whale told Express.co.uk that the cancer has spread to his brain and lungs, and that it is now inoperable. He said that he is feeling very tired and weak, and that sometimes he can’t stand noise.
Despite his illness, Whale said that he is determined to live his life to the fullest until the end. He said that he is grateful for the support of his listeners and friends, and that he is trying to stay positive.
Whale’s announcement has been met with an outpouring of support from the public. Many people have taken to social media to express their sadness and to wish him well.
James Whale (born Michael James Whale on 13 May 1951) is an English radio personality, television presenter, podcast host and author.
What has happened to James Whale on TalkTV?
James Whale has been absent from his TalkTV show for a few weeks due to his ongoing battle with stage four cancer. He was diagnosed with the disease in 2020, and it has since spread to his spine, brain, and lungs. In August 2022, Whale announced that he had reached the end of his treatment and that he had only months to live.
Whale has been taking a break from his show to focus on his health. He has said that he is grateful for the support of his listeners and friends, and that he is determined to live his life to the fullest until the end.
It is not clear when Whale will return to his TalkTV show. He has said that he will not be back until he is feeling better, but he has not given a specific date.
In the meantime, his co-host Ash Gould and regular show contributor Lizzie Cundy have been filling in for him. They have said that they are doing their best to keep the show going in Whale’s absence, and that they are sending him their best wishes.
Whale is a beloved figure in the UK media, and his absence from TalkTV has been felt by many of his fans. They are hoping for a speedy recovery and a return to his show as soon as possible.