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Books

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 Celebrities

1926-MelBrooksApr10-Wikipedia
American comic actor, writer, producer & director, Mel Brooks (92)

1932-2005-Pat_Morita_1971_publicity_photo-Wikipedia
American actor, Noriyuka “Pat” Morita (1932-2005) born

1935-2007-John_Inman-Wikipedia
English actor, John Inman (1935-2007) born

1946-Bruce_Davison_52nd_Annual_Publicists_Awards_-_Feb_2015_(cropped)-Wikipedia
American actor, Bruce Davison (72)

1948-Kathy_Bates_by_Gage_Skidmore-Wikipedia
American actress, Kathy Bates (70)

1951-Lalla_Ward-Romanadvoratrelundar-Wikipedia
English actress, Lalla Ward (67)

1966-Mary_Stuart_Masterson_at_Tribeca_2007_cropped_2-Wikipedia
American actress, Mary Stuart Masterson (52)

1966-John_Cusack_Cannes_2014-Wikipedia
American actor, John Cusack (52)

1924-1975-Rod_Serling_1959-Wikipedia
The Twilight Zone creator, Rod Serling (1924-1975) died

1928-1976-Stanley_Baker-A_Lizard_in_a_Woman's_Skin_cropped-Wikipedia
Welsh actor, Stanley Baker (1928-1976) died

Cinema

1972-Prime_Cut-Wikipedia
1972 (US): Prime Cut (1972)

1978-Heaven_Can_Wait-Wikipedia
1978: Heaven Can Wait (1978) from Paramount Pictures

1990-Stanley_&_Iris-Wikipedia
1990 (UK): Stanley & Iris (1990) from MGM

1991-Naked_Gun_2-Wikipedia
1991 (UK & US): The Naked Gun 2½ – The Smell of Fear (1991)

1991-Scanners_II-The_New_Order-Wikipedia
1991 (US): Scanners II – The New Order (1991)

1996-Down_Periscope-Wikipedia
1996 (UK): Down Periscope (1996) from 20th Century Fox

1996-Screamers-Wikipedia
1996 (UK): Screamers (1995) from Columbia Pictures

Radio​​​​​​​​​​​

1975-1986-Radio_Victory-Wikipedia
Radio Victory (1975-1986), independent radio serving Portsmouth & the Isle of Wight, ceased broadcasting

Television

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1968: Scottish actor, Hamish Wilson (1942-), appears as Jamie McCrimmon in the Doctor Who story “The Mind Robber” while Frazer Hines is ill

Follyfoot-1971-Wikipedia
1971 (UK): ITV children’s dram Follyfoot (1971-1973)

Waiting_for_God-1990-Wikipedia
1990 (UK): BBC comedy, Waiting for God (1990-1994)

UK No 1s

Lonnie_Donegan-Gamblin_Man-Putting_on_the_Style-Discogs
1957: “Gamblin’ Man”/“Putting on the Style” (double-A) by Lonnie Donegan (2 weeks)

Come_Outside-Mike_Sarne_feat_Wendy Richard-Discogs
1962: “Come Outside” by Mike Sarne feat Wendy Richard (2 weeks)

10cc-I'm_Not_in_Love_single_front_cover-Wikipedia
1975: “I’m Not in Love” by 10cc (2 weeks)

Wings-Venus_and_Mars
1975: Venus and Mars by Wings (1 week, total 2 weeks)

Roxy_Music-Flesh_and_Blood-Wikipedia
1980: Flesh and Blood by Roxy Music (1 week, total 4 weeks)

Wham!-Edge_of_Heaven-Where_Did_Your_Heart_Go-Discogs
1986: “Edge of Heaven”/“Where Did Your Heart Go” (double-single) by Wham! (2 weeks)

Puff_Daddy-Faith_Evans-112-I'll_Be_Missing_You-Wikipedia
1997: “I’ll Be Missing You” by Puff Daddy & Faith Evans feat 112 (3 weeks, total 6 weeks)

Radiohead-OK_Computer-Wikipedia
1997: OK Computer by Radiohead (2weeks)

 

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