PAT Sharp's lasting legacy is Fun House- the children's TV show which had a extremely successful run on ITV for ten years during the 90s. Just the mere mention of the show will have grown adults singing the theme tune and reminiscing about the go-karts. Which is exactly why Pat is hoping for an adult Fun House. The radio presenter talks to Rebecca Cain ahead of his appearance at Let's Rock The Moor in Cookham.

Pat will be joined by another former children's TV presenter, Dave Benson Phillips from Get Your Own Back, on the main stage with a range of acts from the 80s including Billy Ocean, Go West, Heaven 17 and Toyah.

The one day festival on May 12 on Marsh Meadow in Cookham has continued to grow in popularity each year and Pat is looking forward to being involved.

He said: "I have got a few friends who have been down there over the years. When I told them I had been asked to do it and link it together it was something they knew about. I believe it is the second biggest 80s event in the country now."

Pat, unbelievably is now 50, and still has his fingers in many pies. He has his own show on Smooth Radio and also has a pre-recorded show on a Sunday on Buck's Mix 96. He has had numerous appearances on TV shows including I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here and BBC's The One Show.

But it will be Fun House for which he will always be remembered.

He said: "I am afraid Fun House is my lasting legacy. Wherever I go someone will say about it. They are re-running in on Challenge TV now so people who watched it when they were kids are now watching it with their children."

And he said he would love to have his own show of an adult Fun House, but he just needs someone to pick up the mantle and do it.

He was supported on the show by twin cheerleaders, Melanie (the red twin) and Martina (the yellow).

He is still in touch with them so what they are up to now? He said Martina has just had a baby at the age of 40 and works as a Clarins girl in Debenhams. Melanie has a daughter and works as a receptionist at a car show room. They live in Kent.

Pat, who lives in North London, continues to enjoy success in the business. He took part in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here last year.

He said: "I did the jungle. That was really good fun. I met some really good people and had an amazing time.

"I had never been to Australia before and it had everything going to it- the way it was edited and the way we were portrayed.

"I have had nothing but good coming out of it. I spoke my mind and I was honest."

He has also been on Celebrity Come Dine With Me, which he said was good fun, although Michael Barrymore did smash a plate on his kitchen floor.

The dad of three clearly had a passion for music first and foremost though and has had a long and illustrious career. He knows most of the acts at Let's Rock the Moor He is old friends with Bill Ocean, who is said is a real gentleman, and has worked with Boney M, Go West and has just interviewed Toyah.

Pat said: "I am really looking forward to being part of it."

Let's Rock The Moor is on May 12. Gates open at 11.30am. The concert starts at 12pm and finishes at 10pm. Tickets are £24 for adults, £14 for children (three to 12) and £64 for a family ticket (two adults and two children). Buy tickets from Cookham's The Stationery Depot, D&J News in Marlow, Sheargold's in Maidenhead and Martins in Bourne End. Or go to