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    Sandi Toksvig

    QI: Quite Ill.
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    Fleetwood Mac

    I think 'Rumours' deserves its classic album status, but some of it has suffered from over-exposure: the four singles and 'The Chain' have been flogged to death on oldies radio. 'Rhiannon' is another one, although that actually comes from the previous (eponymous) album.
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    Fleetwood Mac

    Their music was pretty varied it has to be said ... play Albatross, Go Your Own Way, Tusk and Big Love back to back to see what I mean. I could understand someone not liking everything they put out, but none of it?
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    Fleetwood Mac

    Probably the one who did the least drugs and booze in the whole band. RIP.
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    In Memoriam Award 2022

    Sent. I don't envisage making many changes.
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    Cricket Thread. Only Mad Dogs And Englishmen

    Son of the great Everton Weekes, who died only a couple of years ago. I wonder how much he did to help his errant son. Yes there was huge condemnation of the 'rebels' by the West Indies team at the time, but it was easy for the likes of Richards, Lloyd and Holding, all automatic picks, to say that they shouldn't have taken the South African money. Players on the fringe of the team like David Murray were barely scraping by in domestic cricket.
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    Pope Benedict XVI

    Francis can't really step down while Benedict is still alive, can he? I mean, I suppose you could have two ex-Popes, but it brings to mind the Oscar Wilde line about losing both parents.
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    Jonnie Irwin, but I see he's on 'Ideas and Possibilities.' How come you can't delete a post on here?
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    19. Leslie Phillips

    Lord Denning?
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    The 14th Death of 2022

    Going with Mel Brooks again.
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    19. Leslie Phillips

    I reckon the time might be fast approaching for a Jim Dale vs Ian Lavender thread.
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    Cricket Thread. Only Mad Dogs And Englishmen

    Not many old cricketers have left the crease of late. But Alan 'Froggy' Thomson who played against England in 1970-71, and also took the first wicket to fall in a one-day international (one G Boycott) is the latest. https://www.espncricinfo.com/story/australia-quick-bowler-alan-thomson-who-took-the-first-wicket-in-odi-history-dies-aged-76-1342781 I don't think he's actually demonstrating his 'unusual bowling action' in that photo. I'd have thought there were better images they could have used.
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    Ideas and possibilities for 2023

    Pretty well-known in the UK I would say, and certainly listable. 'If You Could Read my Mind' is a stone cold classic.
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    29. Jerry Lee Lewis

    Marty Wilde? Joe Brown? Tommy Steele of course.
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    29. Jerry Lee Lewis

    BBC News is saying 'Jerry Lee Lewis has died aged of 87' Not a construction I'm familiar with.

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