Ken Bruce

Ken Bruce

Kenneth Robertson Bruce (born 2 February 1951) is a British broadcaster who hosts the The Ken Bruce Show on BBC Radio 2.

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Ken Bruce - Personal Life
... Bruce has four sons and two daughters ... One of Ken's sons is autistic and Ken is an active charity campaigner for autism ... Bruce is a fan of Rangers F.C ...
List Of The Fairly Odd Parents Episodes - Episodes - Season 8: 2011
... Kevin Sullivan, Will Schifrin, Butch Hartman Ray DeLaurentis Ken Bruce Gary Conrad February 12, 2011 122–123 "Timmy's Secret Wish" Will Schifrin Kevin Sullivan November 23, 124 ... "Invasion of the ... Attack" Ray DeLaurentis, Will Schifrin Kevin Sullivan Ken Bruce John McIntyre October 15, 126 ... "Meet the OddParents" Ray DeLaurentis, Will ...
Eurovision: Your Country Needs You - Host(s) & Venue
... Song Contest Nicky Campbell 1997 Dale Winton Ken Bruce Terry Wogan 1998 Terry Wogan 1999 Ulrika Jonsson 2000 A Song For Europe Elstree Studios Katy Hill 2001 2002 ... Both Ken Bruce and Ray Moore have provided BBC Radio 2 commentary on various occasions ...
List Of The Fairly Odd Parents Episodes - Episodes - Season 4: 2003–2005
... Steve Marmel Jack Thomas Gary Conrad Ken Bruce 43 "Lights.. ... Gary Conrad 44 "Baby Face" Scott Fellows Ken Bruce March 19, 2004 "Mr ... True Gary Conrad June 14, 2004 "Class Clown" Andrew Nicholls Darrell Vickers Ken Bruce 47 "The Big Superhero Wish!" Butch Hartman Steve Marmel Gary Conrad Sarah Frost February 16, 2004 48 ...
Pop Master - Other
... Jon Holmes on his weekend show in the game Ken Bruce Master ... On Ken Bruce Master pop stars have to answer questions about Ken Bruce." Very surreal questions then follow, in the style of Chuck Norris facts ... whatsover due to current compliance guidelines." At Christmas 2007 Ken Bruce himself played, and lost ...

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