John Cleese

Writer and actor John Cleese has been entertaining people for more than 50 years and even at the age of 77, he shows no signs of slowing down. In April this year, the veteran entertainer revealed he was to star in a new BBC sitcom, Edith, in which he would play Phil, the ex-boyfriend of widow Edith – who will be played by Alison Steadman.

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Casualty

The BBC1 show Casualty is the world’s longest-running medical drama TV series – and it still manages to retain its prime-time slot after being on our screens for more than 30 years. Created by Paul Unwin and Jeremy Brock, it was first broadcast on 6th September 1986. Continue reading

Prince Harry: Afghanistan

Prince Harry is a war veteran who served with the British Army for 10 years – including two tours of duty to war-torn Afghanistan. In a recent interview, he revealed that serving in Afghanistan had forced him to deal with emotional issues relating to his mother’s death in a car accident when he was just 12 years old. Continue reading

Radisson

Radisson Hotels is a subsidiary of the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, which is one of the world’s largest hotel companies. With headquarters in Brussels and Minneapolis, Radisson Hotels was founded in 1909. Operating the brands Radisson, Radisson Red, Radisson Blu and Park Inn by Radisson, there are properties in more than 900 destinations on six continents. Continue reading

Age UK

Age UK is a charity formed in 2009 to assist older people in all aspects of their life and wellbeing. It provides advice on everything from money matters to further education opportunities, enables independence with all kinds of initiatives, from exercise classes to mobility aids, and combats loneliness among older people. Continue reading

The BBC

The first radio show by the British Broadcasting Company went out on 14th November 1922, after the government had licensed six major UK radio manufacturers to launch the new venture. There were only four employees and the service was funded by the Post Office licence fee of 10 shillings.

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Harrods

Harrods is one of the world’s leading luxury retail stores, located in upmarket Knightsbridge, London. Owned by Qatar Holding, it attracts customers from across the globe, providing an unparalleled shopping experience. The brand also operates Harrods Aviation, Harrods Estates and Harrods Bank.
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Chelsea Football Club

Dating back to 10th March 1905, when a group of well-to-do businessmen gathered at the Rising Sun Pub in Fulham Road to discuss forming a new football club, newly-crowned English Premier League champions 2016/17 Chelsea FC have a long and proud history. Continue reading

The Co-operative

The Co-operative brand is easily recognisable across the UK, with its nationwide chain of local convenience stores that have a familiar blue décor. From humble beginnings in the 19th century, the Co-op has grown into a global business revolution, with one billion members of 1.4 million co-operative societies.
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