Rumpole Of The Bailey - Episode Guide Nichols) Terry Wale (Associate) Margaret whiting (Mrs Fabian II) (FIG Newton) JamesSimmons (christopher Jago Rumpole flirts with a beautiful violinist and finds http://www.tvtome.com/tvtome/servlet/EpisodeGuideSummary/showid-2123/
Extractions: Rumpole defends a young black man charged with attempted murder - while admitting that the best chance of getting his client off is that the judge turns out to be a Jamaican teenager. This was the first Rumpole story to be written, having been commissioned from John Mortimer by the BBC as part of a television series called 'Play for Today'. The story was eventually published under the name Rumpole and the Confession of Guilt Rumpole was born and was at once played by Leo McKern, though Joyce Heron took the part of Hilda for the first and only time. It was to be two more years before the concept of a television series could be realized. b : 03-Dec-1975 w John Mortimer Rumpole and the Younger Generation gs Richard Albrecht (Tony Maclay) Edwin Brown (Chief Inspector 'Chalky' White) Peter Childs (Fred Timson) Frank Coda (Uncle Cyril) Bob Curtiss (Uncle Dennis) Norman Ettlinger (Percy Hoskins) Stephen Gordon (Warder) Keith Jayne (Jim Timson) Ralph Michael (Mr Justice Everglade) Toni Palmer (Vi Timson) John Welsh (C.H. Wystan)
Extractions: From email@example.com Fri Apr 19 01:29:42 2002 Received: from silence.metatronpress.com (craque.net [220.127.116.11]) by rimshot.cyberwerks.com (8.9.1/8.9.1) with ESMTP id BAA20200 for ; Fri, 19 Apr 2002 01:29:40 -0700 (PDT) Received: from silence.metatronpress.com (localhost.metatronpress.com [127.0.0.1]) by silence.metatronpress.com (8.12.1/8.12.1) with ESMTP id g3J8swf1076477 for ; Fri, 19 Apr 2002 03:54:58 -0500 (CDT) Received: (from majordomo@localhost) by silence.metatronpress.com (8.12.1/8.12.1/Submit) id g3J8swv8076476 for silence-digest-outgoing; Fri, 19 Apr 2002 03:54:58 -0500 (CDT) Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2002 03:54:58 -0500 (CDT) Message-Id: X-Authentication-Warning: silence.metatronpress.com: majordomo set sender to firstname.lastname@example.org using -f From: email@example.com (silence-digest) To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: silence-digest V1 #387 Reply-To: email@example.com Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org Errors-To: email@example.com Precedence: bulk Status: RO silence-digest Friday, April 19 2002 Volume 01 : Number 387 Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2002 23:19:12 -0600 From: John Kennedy wrote: > In another forum, quite unrelated to > music, an otherwise > intelligent correspondent stoutly maintained that, > if we had recordings > of Beethoven and Mozart performing their own work, > any further > performances would be superfluous. > Authenticity lies, not in slavish imitation, but in > fertile imagination > applied with conscientious effort and governed by > profound respect. Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Tax Center - online filing with TurboTax http://taxes.yahoo.com/ - - [Searchable Silence archives: http://newalbion.com/artists/cagej/silence/] [How to join, unsubscribe, etc: http://www.metatronpress.com/jzitt/Cage/] [ or email firstname.lastname@example.org with the text "info silence" ] Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2002 13:46:48 -0500 From: email@example.com Subject: Re: [silence] Re: ATLAS Thanks John, I snip out a small section on which I wanted to comment: - On Friday, April 12, 2002 23:19 -0600 John Kennedy
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June 17 In 1933, Christian Ferras, French violinist/conductor In at 79 In 1963, John whiting,British dramatist NZ 1930), dies In 1971, C christopher Morris, cricketer http://www.dailyalmanacs.com/almanac2/june/0617.html
ReadingProgrammes 1957 actor Close, Robin, Mr. actor whiting, Margaret, Miss JK, Mr. musician Goldberg,Maxie violinist Griffiths, Bill manager Hopper, christopher, R., Mr. http://library.ukc.ac.uk/library/special/Programmes/PRG1957.HTM
Extractions: TEMPLEMAN LIBRARY UNIVERSITY OF KENT AT CANTERBURY Theatre Collections : Programme Collection Jack Reading's Programmes 1957 UKC/PRG/READ/CIN NATF : F173063 Cinema programme advertising a film to be produced at the National Film Theatre entitled DIE DREIGROSCHENOPER. National Film Theatre, Upper Ground, South Bank, London, England 1957 (circa) DIE DRIEGROSCHENOPER
ReadingProgrammes 1950-51 lighting designer Rosenthal, Jean violinist McKeown, Charles Dame, 19021984actor whiting, John, Mr Miss composer Fry, christopher, Mr. choreographer http://library.ukc.ac.uk/library/special/Programmes/PRG1950.HTM
Extractions: TEMPLEMAN LIBRARY UNIVERSITY OF KENT AT CANTERBURY Theatre Collections : Programme Collection Jack Reading's Programmes 1950-1951 UKC/PRG/READ/THE NEW : F172573 Theatre programme advertising a play to be produced at the New Theatre entitled THE MISER. The programme is undated. New Theatre, St. Martin's Lane, Westminster, London, England 1950 (circa) MISER, THE
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World Almanac For Kids 1920, Isaac Stern, violinist (Kreminiecz, Russia). 1924, Margaret whiting, singer(Detroit, MI). 1958, christopher Dean, Olympic champion ice dancer as member of http://www.worldalmanacforkids.com/explore/birthdays7.html
Extractions: '); else document.write(''); // This script will choose the CSS (stylesheet) to use based on browser // End > EXPLORE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT HISTORICAL BIRTHDAYS ... top July 1 George Sand (Amandine Lucie Aurore Dupin), novelist (Paris, France; died 1876) Olivia De Havilland, actress (Tokyo, Japan) Leslie Caron, actress/dancer (Boulogne, France) Jamie Farr, actor (Toledo, Ohio) Jean Marsh, actress and writer (London, England) Sydney Pollack, filmmaker (Lafayette, IN) Twyla Tharp, dancer/choreographer (Portland, IN) Karen Black, actress (Park Ridge, IL) Genevieve Bujold, actress (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) Dan Aykroyd, actor (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) Diana, Princess of Wales (Sandringham, England; died 1997) Carl Lewis, Olympic champion track star (Montgomery, AL) Andre Braugher, actor (Chicago, IL) Pamela Anderson Lee, actress (Comax, Canada) Liv Tyler, actress (Portland, ME) top July 2 Hermann Hesse, novelist/poet (Germany; died 1962) Thurgood Marshall, first African-American Supreme Court justice (Baltimore, MD; died 1993) Wislawa Szymborska, poet (Kornik, Poland)
May 1998--CFA Announces 1998-99 Season City Ballet, classical guitarist christopher Parkening with two Sykes, the legendaryMargaret whiting accompanied by Alicia de Larrocha, violinist Igor Oistrakh http://www.gmu.edu/news/gazette/9805/cfa.html
Extractions: May 1998 CFA Announces 1998-99 Season By Trish Shuman A Washington-area premiere from the Mark Morris Dance Group, in collaboration with Yo-Yo Ma, is just one of the highlights of the Center for the Arts (CFA) 1998-99 season just announced by Institute of the Arts director, Sarah Lawless. The Center for the Arts, Northern Virginia's cultural home, delivers a diverse selection of artists in a season filled with the best in jazz, dance, opera, theater, and classical music. Comprising artists from around the world, the line-up includes the return of Edward Villella's Miami City Ballet, classical guitarist Christopher Parkening with two-time Grammy nominee Jubilant Sykes, the legendary Margaret Whiting accompanied by the smooth tones of John Pizzarelli, and the spirited moves of Le Ballet National du Senegal, to name a few. CFA also presents the virtuosity of pianist Alicia de Larrocha, violinist Igor Oistrakh, The Russian National Ballet's production of The Sleeping Beauty, the National Acrobats of China, and three offerings Orfeo and Euridice , and The Pirates of Penzance from Virgina Opera.
Late News From The Cabaret World and presenters will include Margaret whiting, Christine Ebersole at the WINGS THEATER(154 christopher Street, NYC Legendary jazz violinist Johnny Frigo, singer http://www.svhamstra.com/L020801.shtml
Extractions: I realize that I just sent out an issue a few days ago, but in the meantime an item mentioned in that issue was in error, so as I make that correction I decided to send along a few other items as well - items that didn't make it into the last issue or arrived here after the issue was e-mailed. The heat wave apparently will continue here in NYC (and I understand in other parts of the US as well) so my advice is to head for your nearest cabaret room, keep cool, have a refreshing drink, and enjoy a show. That's what I plan on over the weekend.
Extractions: Russ David , St. Louis bandleader/pianist, b: St.Louis, MO, USA, d: Jan. 21, 2003, St. Louis, MO, USA. (stroke). age: 89. Over his 7 decade career, Russ played venues ranging from bawdy riverboats in the late 1920s to President Lyndon Johnson's inaugural ball. He not only performed for St. Louis' high society, but for Presidents Dwight Eisenhower, George H.W. Bush and Gerald Ford. His two-hour live radio show, "Pevely Playhouse Party," aired in St. Louis for 26 years, from 1953 to 1979. He also produced the first (US) integrated dance show, "St. Louis Hop," a local version of "American Bandstand" that featured black and white musicians and dance performers.
Extractions: Edward Anderson , Trumpet, b. Jacksonville, FL. During 1926, Anderson played in the Luckey Roberts band before coming north to New York City, where he worked with Luis Russell's band and also with drummer George Howe. During 1927-'28, he ocasionally recorded with Clarence Williams and also worked with the Bingie Madison, Benny Carter, Charley Johnson and Jelly Roll Morton bands. From 1930 to about 1934, he worked, and recorded, with the Mills Blue Rhythm Orchestra. In 1935, he was working with Charlie Turner's Arcadians when that group was nominally led by Fats Waller. During 1939, he often worked with New York vocalist Hazel Scott, and in 1941, played with both the Frankie Newton and Joe Sullivan combos, after which, he retired from playing actively.
ABQjournal Death Notices: February 24, 2003 she was an accomplished professional classical violinist. Andrea Antoine; stepgrandchildren,christopher Dobbs and Marylou Teresa (Terry) whiting and husband http://www.abqjournal.com/obits/OB02-24.HTM
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Class Act: Actors And Actresses: "W" West, christopher Films on Class Act Speedway (1968). violinist, orchestraleader. whiting, Barbara Films on Class Act Dangerous When Wet (1953). http://www.classicmoviemusicals.com/actorsw.htm
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OCTOBER 22ND BADMINTON CHAMP (195767) 1938 christopher LLOYD STAMFORD CT PAUL ZUKOFSKY BROOKLYNNY, violinist (CAPPRICIO) 1945 GAS CHAMBER 1984 NAPOLEON whiting ACTOR (SILAS http://www.onmybirthday.com/cgi-bin/oct22.html
The Winchester Star-Weddings of Maurertown and the late Beverley whiting Sherry. McDuffie, pianist; Jeanette AkomaSey,violinist; Kelly Miko Ring bearer was christopher Allen Hoffman Jr. http://www.winchesterstar.com/TheWinchesterStar/011110/Life_Weddings.asp
Extractions: Courtney Dawn Howes of Winchester and Mark McCoy Sherry of Winchester were married at Moretown United Methodist Church in Moretown, Vt. by the Rev. Jan Rathbun and the Rev. Kandice Joyce Aug. 11, 2001. The bride is the daughter of Duane and Sherry Howes of Moretown. The bridegroom is the son of James Sherry of Maurertown and the late Beverley Whiting Sherry. Arthur Zorn was the organist, and Elizabeth Albert was the soloist. The bride was escorted by her father, Duane Howes.