XFM put 10-second delay on Russell Brand's radio show The comedian was forced out of the BBC in 2008 along with Jonathan Ross after they left Fawlty Towers actor Andrew Sachs voicemails about Brand's relationship with his granddaughter. MailOnline 2 weeks ago
You'll never be lost for words in a meeting again: The top 20 comebacks Have you ever seethed in a meeting after a colleague got the last word? We've all been there, unable to come up with a pithy riposte, only to think of the perfect comeback a few hours later.
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British comedy legend John Cleese is returning to the small screen in his first BBC sitcom since “Fawlty Towers,” the network announced Tuesday. Cleese will co-star along with Alison Steadman.. Source: Wochit Headline News - on April 11, 2017
'Fawlty Towers' Thomson holiday to Dominican Republic was 'holiday from hell' that left family bedbound The family claim they were confined in a dirty room after eating under-cooked food at a hotel on the Caribbean island. Daily Record on April 17, 2017
John Cleese to appear in his first BBC sitcom since Fawlty Towers 'These are the most enjoyable scripts I've been sent in the last 100 years' Independent on April 12, 2017
John Cleese to make BBC sitcom comeback The Fawlty Towers star will appear in Edith as an amorous neighbour of Alison Steadman's character. BBC News on April 11, 2017 Basil Fawlty teaches perfect Olympic English from Torquay to... The measured tones and perfect pronunciation of Torquay's most famous hotelier are being used to make sure Japan is ready to host the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics. The voice of Basil Fawlty is being.. Torquay Herald Express on March 29, 2017 Also reported by • Western Morning News • Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette • Exeter Express and Echo
A far cry from Fawlty Towers Sarah Moore heads down to the Cary Arms in Devon for a taste of living beside the sea.
The post A far cry from Fawlty Towers was first published on MoneyWeek. MoneyWeek on March 17, 2017 New road in Somerton development to be moved due to land... Fans of the classic comedy Fawlty Towers may remember the moment where Basil Fawlty (played by John Cleese) sarcastically asks his wife Sybil (Prunella Scales) whether she "would like the hotel moved a.. Cheddar Valley Gazette on March 16, 2017 Also reported by • Somerset Guardian • Western Daily Press • Shepton Mallet Journal • Frome Standard • Wells Journal • Western Gazette • Central Somerset Gazette BBC, ITV launch BritBox video streaming service in U.S. (Reuters) - British media companies BBC Worldwide and ITV Plc launched BritBox in the United States on Tuesday, a new subscription-based video streaming service that includes iconic British shows.. Reuters on March 7, 2017