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.

COBBLED END OF THE MOTORWAY

I´m still following Corrie (and Emerdale) on telly over here and am still fascinated by the Street´s sink-holes, compulsory purchases and siblings locked in a fridge story-lines.

OLD FRIENDS: THEY SHINE LIKE DIAMONDS © Guy Clark

Technology and fashion will always evolve and change, but the way Friends captures the time of young adulthood is enduring.

artistry ´WORTHY´: of remembrance.

Nat was rough and tough on the pitch and silky smooth off it. Frank Worthington was silky smooth on the pitch and rough and tough off it.

WHEN BOBBY BALL TWANGED HIS BRACES

There was something more though. he had expressive eyes that could seem shifty, observant, mischievous, guilty, angry and full of friendship and compassion and humour.
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Memories Opened in lockdown of JAZZ ON A SUNDAY

yet another thoroughly enjoyable evening of traditional jazz entertainment.

DES O´CONNOR – the bloke round the corner.

A multi-talented performer, O’Connor rose up, from being a Butlin´s entertainer, through Britain’s variety show tradition to tour widely around the UK while in his twenties.