Stewarts´s musical journey in song, says Tina Benitez Eves, stretches from one of the greatest entertainers of the 1920s through a late ’50s rock and roll pioneer, the soul of the 1960s, and a few contemporary artists.

PARKINSON. Presenter par excellence

We saw Parky flirting like an old romantic with the likes of Lauren Bacall and blushing as if with a schoolboy crush when he was chatted up by Miss Piggy.
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Sidetracks And Detours. PASS IT ON (volume 8) Weekend Walkabout

And remember if you would like to wriote an article about the arts in your area, just send as a Word Document in an attachment top a brief e mail giving a brief biogray, and attach a jpeg of self or appropriate for the article. As a not for profit organisation we cannot pay I´m afraid but everything published will be fully accredited. just e mail www.normanwarwick55@gmail.com
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Korean dramas aren’t new, but their global popularity has become more diverse and widespread in the U.S. in the last few years.

sidetracks & detours WEEKEND WALKABOUT volume 5  PASS IT ON

Bury Met is venue is one that I am sure our Sidetracks And Detours editor knows and loves very well from his time spent in the UK. I also know that Norm shares my admiration for American Songwriter Tom Russell who is the evening´s headline act. I shall probably send a review over to Norm if only to remind him how lucky I am to still see such artists here in the North West of England as they tour the UK

digging it ROUND when its supposed to be SQUARE

he found himself appearing in a succession of small parts., that he called "two lines and a smile," They were, though, more than enough to give him a taste for the bright lights.

Here´s to you, MRS. ROBINSON

The version of “Mrs. Robinson” in the movie employs what’s known as a “Bo Diddly beat,” which goes duh-duh-duh-dh-dh, or 1-2-3-4-5. The final version for the movie, which was completed on February 2, 1968, was released three months after the film came out. In it, a louder and more staccato bass drum can be heard along with splashy cymbals.


Baz was just the loveliest guy: funny and generous. Barry (left) had worked with everybody and everybody he worked with liked him. I shall miss his happy company so much, and his regular phone calls – he gave you a gem of a joke with each one.’
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we celebrate our 500th Sidetracks and Detours post with TWO GUN TEX FROM TEXAS

Watch With Mother was the catch all title of five separate programmes, shown as one per day on the BBC for pre-school children throughout the week.

SEAN LOCK: made it safe to laugh

There was always a glint in his eye and a mischievous smile on his face. He enjoyed the telling of his absurd tales as much he did the punch-lines.