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  1. TheKeysOfMarinus

    22. Tony Bennett

    Wow! Didn't expect him to ever perform live again. I know there were Twitter videos but that's quite a different thing. Nice news.
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    Three Steps To Heaven

    Rockabilly falls into rock as a subgenre, surely.
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    Deadpool Detective Work

    As we are on British TV actors, forgive me but does anybody know how Peter Tilbury (born 1945) is doing? He created the sitcoms Shelley and It Takes a Worried Man, the latter of which he starred in. He was a great talent, and continued to write and act but hasn’t done anything since a few writing credits in 2007. I don’t think I’ve found a photograph of him from this century. I am a fan and I just wonder what happened to him?
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    Ideas and possibilities 2022

    I had no idea! Nothing can stop me laughing at this video though.
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    Sir David Attenborough

    Definitely seems to be. Bless him, I think he looks a little rough there too but he still sounds great.
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    British Character Actors

    Courtenay will go first I think. He was on BBC Two the other week reciting some Shakespeare from home and he looked very frail, hands seemed to be shaking.
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    Dead Pop Stars

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    Keith Richards....will He Make It To 2012?

    Doubt it. I think he’ll still be here in 2025 for sure.
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    Ideas and possibilities 2022

    I just caught the end of Inside Culture with Mary Beard on BBC Two. The episode ended with a sequence with several actors reciting a speech from King Lear, all self-filmed at their homes. Tom Courtenay delivers a few lines from his chair, and I'm sorry to say he seems pretty frail, especially after the vigour of Timothy West immediately before him. It looks to me like his hands are shaking uncontrollably, and I don't recall him seeming this frail on Harry Hill's Alien Fun Capsule two years ago. You can watch it here.
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    British Science Fiction Series

    Mark Eden, Marco Polo in the 1964 serial of the same name, died today aged 92.
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    Ideas and possibilities 2022

    There's one original member of the Coasters left - Leon Hughes - who'll be turning 90 in 2022 should be make it through this year.
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    Derby Dead Pool 2021

    Sent! Don't laugh at it
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    The Dead of 2021

    No need for 'whoever he is' when reporting his death. MF Doom was phenomenal. Would recommend any of his records, especially Madvillainy.
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    Derby Dead Pool 2021

    Whoops - I was going to do my first ever team and I've had it in the making but it slipped my mind. Too much to drink!
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    Ideas and Possibilities for 2021

    A long shot but how about Douglas Livingstone? Actor and writer, appeared in three well-remembered Play for Today editions with Ray Mort and Brian Glover, both of whom died yonks ago. He is 87 in May and hasn’t been active for nearly 20 years.

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