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"Infamy! Infamy! They've all got it in for me!"

I watched the Kenneth Williams doc on TV the other evening. Only half an hour on ITV, I think it was a repeat.

He is a fascinating character and I especially liked the biopic… 267 more words

Objet D'art

Previews: The Interviews - Kenneth Williams (Gold Premier)

By Will Barber – Taylor

This brand new and exclusive Gold original series sees British comedy legend Dawn French narrate a unique approach to finding out more about some of our favourite performers, using their most memorable moments from British TV chat shows and beyond. 245 more words

Gold

Press: Fenella Fielding Interview In The Weekender - 29th May 2015

A fabulous interview with the legendary Fenella Fielding in The Lambeth & Southwark Weekender ahead of her sell out gig at The Cinema Museum on Saturday the 13th June.   17 more words

Event

Seriously Funny - Kenneth Williams & Tony Hancock

I made my second visit to the Museum of Comedy to see a new show, Seriously Funny, exploring the relationship between two British comedy greats, Kenneth Williams and Tony Hancock. 85 more words

Theatre

Who would I choose to read my audio books? Kenneth Williams, of course!

Who would I choose to read my writings for the audio version?

Ooh, easy peasy lemon squeezy; it would have to be the redoubtable – and, sadly, now Alternatively Alive – Kenneth Williams. 229 more words

Writing

These Are Scottish Roads: Please Keep to the Left

A Journey into Scotland

Part Two of the Bibliography

The South West of Scotland

Selected Poems  :  Robert Burns

I bought my copy of this book at a church hall jumble sale when I was an impressionable teenager. 1,349 more words

A Journey Into Scotland

Bona Birthday Greetings

I was leafing through an old copy of “The Corselet and Cummerbund Enquirer”, which I read for the spot the ball competition, when I discovered that I share a birthday with two of my favourite fictional characters, for 50 years ago, the BBC broadcast the wonderful, sorry, that should be, the fantabulosa Julian and Sandy, created by Marty Feldman and Barry Took and bought to life by Hugh Paddick and Kenneth Williams. 402 more words