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Spike Milligan deals with a gatecrasher on live TV
20th October 1989, and Spike Milligan and Harry Secombe are being interviewed on the live BBC1 chat show "Wogan" (hosted this week by Joanna Lumley .
Preview – Spike Milligan: Assorted Q
Spike Milligan's Q series (aka Q5, Q6, Q7 etc.) helped to display The Goon Show creator's incredibly bizarre ideas. However, the series very rarely gets repeated today. There is a good reason for this: much of the show was horribly politically incorrect.
- Spike Milligan's Q series (aka Q5, Q6, Q7 etc.) helped to display The Goon Show creator's incredibly bizarre ideas. However, the series very rarely gets repeated today. There is a good reason for this: much of the show was horribly politically incorrect.
- Peter O'Toole archives acquired by UT's Harry Ransom Center.
- I knew Spike Milligan really well and I stayed with Michael Jackson at his home for three weeks.” In his new show he regales audiences with tales about some of the famous people he's encountered, but says it's not the likes of Lennon or Dylan who
All I ask is the chance to prove that money can't make me happy. Spike Milligan
Money can't buy friends, but you can get a better class of enemy. Spike Milligan
My Father had a profound influence on me. He was a lunatic.
Spike Milligan - Wikipedia
Born: Terence Alan Milligan (1918-04-16) 16 April 1918 Ahmednagar, British India: Died: 27 February 2002 (2002-02-27) (aged 83) Rye, East Sussex, England
Spike Milligan - IMDb
Spike Milligan, Actor: Q5. Spike was born an 'Army Brat', the son of an Irish Captain in the British Raj in India. Educated in a series of Roman Catholic schools in ...
Spike Milligan - Topic - YouTube
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I'd not seen one of the HWM Jaguars before (that I recall) so I had to do some research on it.
From Wikipedia (where else);
Hersham and Walton Motors (HWM) is the world's longest established Aston Martin business (having acquired the franchise in 1951) and is well known as a racing car constructor.
HWM owners George Abecassis and John Heath went racing together from 1946 and in 1948 they built a streamlined sports racing car on the chassis of a Sports Alta.
The first Jaguar-engined HWM sports racing car had appeared in 1953, and this had some success with George Abecassis at the wheel. From then on until 1957, the team was involved in sports car racing both in Britain and on the continent, sometimes beating their Jaguar and Aston Martin Works competitors.
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Grave of Spike Milligan, St Thomas the Martyr church, Winchelsea
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