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Friday, March 23, 2007

The Mighty Mr C

Regular readers will recall that mention has been made in these pages of the Mighty Mr C in the past.

Such readers as have long harboured a desire to watch Mr C in action will be thrilled (as was Lady Bracknell herself) to learn that video footage of his contribution to the "Speaking for Ourselves" oral history project (part of Scope's "Time To Get Equal" campaign) is now available online. And very dapper he looks too.

Further detail from his extensive interviews is available here. Tape 8 includes a mention of the Leonard Cheshire Lifetime Achievement award which was presented to him by Jane Asher in 2000.

Below is a photograph of Mr C receiving said award, flanked by his faithful acolytes, including Lady Bracknell's Editor and Young Master Marmite.


Blogger BloggingMone said...

Thanks for the link to the video tape. It`s great!

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