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messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by siousxiesue March 01, 11:14AM

Not a star particularly, but some people may recognise Eileen of West Dulwich, a regular on London radio, and such a character. Lovely woman.

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by lavender27 March 01, 12:06PM

When did Andre Previn pass away?

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by carlafindle March 04, 11:33AM

Keith Flint

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by hpsaucey March 04, 06:57PM

carlafindle Wrote:
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> Keith Flint

sad smiley

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by Passiflora March 09, 10:44PM

Tom Ballard, the mountain climber, confirmed dead at the age of 30.

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by carlafindle March 25, 09:01AM

Scott Walker

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by diable rouge March 26, 10:09PM

Ranking Roger...


messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by malumbu March 26, 11:36PM

Indeed. Most upset. Saw them many times in the late 70s onwards, from their early days and in the Compton Arms in Lozells. And the school band supported them too.

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by brezzo March 27, 10:58PM

Compton Arms - there is a memory. My old mate Barry was year below Roger at school - they bonded over the time they spent outside the headteacher's office awaiting punishment for various misdemeanours

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by Passiflora March 29, 11:10PM

Her's, so sad and so young.

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by diable rouge April 23, 09:09PM

Billy McNeill...[twitter.com]

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by malumbu April 24, 07:43PM

Joe Grundy sadly, [www.bbc.co.uk] (Edward Kelsey, Also a few weeks ago the wonderful and eccentric Bill Heine [en.wikipedia.org]

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by uncleglen April 25, 02:14PM

Ken Kercheval...Cliff Barnes of Dallas....

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by spoiltdog May 11, 01:46PM

Freddie Starr

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by nxjen May 13, 02:28PM

Doris Day aged 97.

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by seenbeen June 07, 01:12PM

Dr. John (the Night Tripper) has died
Priceless
[www.youtube.com]

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by Sue June 07, 02:33PM

Brilliant track smiling smiley

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by Passiflora June 17, 10:07PM

Gloria Vanderbilt, age 95

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by teddyboy23 July 06, 01:40PM

John mccririck

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by seenbeen July 11, 02:13PM

Brendan Grace who played father Stack in father Ted...he's..."had his fun, and that's all that matters..."

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by IlonaM July 17, 09:52AM

Andrea Camilleri, aged 93

The father of Italian crime fiction

[www.bbc.co.uk]

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by Lynne July 18, 11:35AM

It's a puzzle how "Inspector Montalbano" manages to be very watchable while being utter rubbish (unlike "Wild Bill"). Formulaic, illogical, completely unbelievable. Yet enjoyable. And the books are obviously losing everything in their translations as they are even worse.

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by Charles Martel July 24, 06:56PM

Rutger Hauer has passed away aged 75.

[www.youtube.com]

Without doubt this scene from Blade Runner is one of the most memorable in cinema history. Rutger Hauer helped to create Roy Batty’s death soliloquy.

“I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain..."

The irony is that Rutger Hauer's unforgettable performance has trapped him in the amber of that cinematic moment. RIP.

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by carlafindle July 24, 07:23PM

Democracy

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by Passiflora July 24, 11:07PM

Very sad to hear Rutger Hauer has passed away at the young age of 75. A great actor and one I grew up seeing in lots of fantastic roles.

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by IlonaM August 02, 08:17AM

Marcel Berlins

[www.theguardian.com]

Always enjoyed Law in Action on R4 and his columns in the Guardian.

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by hammerman August 03, 01:31PM

Steve Talboys, ex football player, at the young age of 52.

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by triumph August 03, 10:29PM

Joe Longthorne.

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by Bob Buzzard August 04, 01:14PM

That bloke from TalkTalk died one or two years ago - great music - heard one of their classics on R6 yesterday morning.

messageRe: The Chapel of Rest
Posted by ed_pete August 04, 01:33PM

Bob - I feel it's somewhat disrespectful if you don't even know the person's name or when they died. You are referring to Mark Hollis of the band Talk Talk who died in February 2019. Bog off back to your non-existent caravan.

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