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Sad to hear rainbow presenter Geoffrey Hayes has died. This programme was part of. My childhood also it was my era for pop music as well I'm sure a few on this forum remember rainbow  something else we can lament for but have good memories of bungle zippy and the brilliant George   RIP Geoffrey we will miss you



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Yes, fond memories of ITV, rest in peace Geoffrey..Rainbow at lunchtime, Magpie and How! Tuesdays and Thursdays and Tiswas from ATV at 10.10 am Saturday (Today Is Saturday Watch And Smile ) 



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Yeh great times sadly the calibration of telly now is not as good as then but hey who am I to say just remember how used to enjoy telly so much so much diversity at the time

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R.i.p Pete Shelly of buzz****s Another icon gone please we still have bob and the rats so make the most of them

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Magenta is the best, you know she really makes me laugh. She's always trying her impressions. She wants to be a photograph. Magenta Devine was so modern, so 20th century. Alas, she is dead.



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Scott Walker. The great experimenter whose influence on the likes of David Bowie, Julian Cope, Radiohead and Pulp shaped muchof the music that I adore. Never saw him live but was privileged to be at the Scott Walker prom which celebrated his music.

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ArrGee wrote:

Scott Walker. The great experimenter whose influence on the likes of David Bowie, Julian Cope, Radiohead and Pulp shaped muchof the music that I adore. Never saw him live but was privileged to be at the Scott Walker prom which celebrated his music.


 Yes a great legacy. Rest in peace Scott 



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And now ranking Roger of the beat rip another legend gone

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Scott Tracy of Thunderbirds is dead. A true legend.  

A liitle trivia. Scott Tracy (aka Shane Rimmer) has allegedly appeared in more James Bond movies than anyone else.



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Dave Greenfield: The Stranglers keyboard player dies at 71

 

Sad news for the Stranglers fans among us. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-52537293

 


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Phil May, lead singer and main songwriter of the 60's group The Pretty Things has died. Fond memories of listening to a lot of their stuff about 10 years ago. Certainly an influence on Dr Feelgood and their raw r n b and later psychedelic albums well worth checking out.



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