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It's Wally Stott!What's the odds?
Simon, you beat me to it...Variety obviously never listened to the BBC much in the 50s/60s. Did ICPWAGTBAWLODC?
I've listened to a lot of Goon Show and Tony Hancock...and I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again. With a smattering of Just a Minute.All long after the fact, mind you.
For the record, I had not heard of Morley/Stott's passing until this was posted here. The entry concerning Scott Walker (upon whom much of his/her brilliance was conferred) is entirely coincidental.Mike: I didn't get to hear the BBC in the 60s, seeing as I was but a toddler then. When I was about ten my father bought one of those big ol' multiple-band radios that picked up absolutely everything. That's when I first heard the BBC (can't remember what I heard, however).
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