“In the early ‘80s, we moved from my dad’s farm in Little Lever and we went living around the corner.
“It was that time in your life when you’re sharing your bedroom and your siblings are doing your head in.
“First perm stories, Rubik's cubes or the best Christmas presents, best toys, Dallas and Dynasty, the Ghostbusters, so much popular culture from the ‘80s. The ‘80s were a big time for him, he was working in radio then.” Born in December 1974, Sara was aged between five and 15 in the 1980s — a time of ra-ra skirts, ghetto blasters, the moonwalk, U2 and Madonna.
The former model, who went to Bedford High School, Leigh, Smithills School and then Canon Slade, said: “It was like a big time of change, it was an interesting time.
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Ms Cox said: “I’m really looking forward to my visit to Great Yarmouth racecourse.
“I’ll hopefully get to see some magnificent race horses before getting the Ladies’ Night crowd dancing with tracks from the 80s. “It was the soundtrack to my generation, with classic songs from music legends.
She will DJ after an evening of flat racing and play a set featuring dance-driven music from the 80s.He has sold well over five million albums, with number one hits in more than 15 countries.For all his commercial success, the depiction of women in some of his songs, as well as the accompanying music videos, has prompted controversy.WHEN DJ Sara Cox married her partner over the summer, her wedding guests and famous pals were left raving about a staple from her hometown.Staying true to her Northern roots, the witty and down-to-earth Bolton lass ordered a batch of Carrs pasties to be enjoyed as a late-night snack by friends and family at her reception.One post on Pitbull’s own website by the mother of a 14-year-old listener claimed that his lyrics “harm girls”.The writer said that after being directed to the songs by her daughter, “I was shocked at how misogynistic they are…Some of the lyrics make women seem like nothing more than an object for the gratification of men.” The anonymous writer, who wrote under the name “Nothappy”, said the lyrics were “profiting from putting women down”.She added: “My daughter has to live in a world where you are sending these powerful and hurtful messages about girls and women, so quit hypersexualizing them.In March a 24-hour danceathon saw her help raise more than £800,000 for Comic Relief.She is also an equestrian sports fan and has ridden in charity races at Goodwood and beat top jockey Frankie Dettori – a regular rider at Great Yarmouth - in a training ride ahead of the QIPCO British Champions Day at Ascot.