A Birmingham man, who was unemployed for nine years before turning his life around, has been honoured at the Pride of Britain Awards.
Clifford Harding developed 'Tunes Times Tables' a new way to teach children their times-tables, using music and rhythm.
Last night he was presented with his award by Ronnie Corbett.
The Pride of Britain Awards will be shown tonight at 8pm on ITV.**
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