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Bill Oddie

William "Bill" Edgar Oddie OBE (born 7 July 1941, Rochdale, England) is an English author, actor, comedian, artist, naturalist and musician, who became famous as one of The Goodies.

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Bill Oddie - In Popular Culture
... of comedy character Alan Partridge, Oddie is an unseen presence in Alan's life ... Jeremy Clarkson even used a mask with Bill Oddie's face to escape speed cameras while racing the Nissan GT-R against the Bullet train in Japan in the 4th ... James May also raced in Finland against a Bill Oddie lookalike, who won the race ...
Saturday Banana
... television show produced by Southern Television for ITV and presented by Goodies star Bill Oddie ... Oddie also wrote and sang the theme tune ... According to a TV Times interview with presenter Bill Oddie when the show was aired, it was to have been named The Saturday Bonanza, but was renamed ...
Springwatch - Series - 2005
... Bill Oddie and Kate Humble were based at Fishleigh Estate, an organic farm in north-west Devon (the same location had been used for the previous year’s Britain Goes Wild with Bill Oddie) ... The results of the first Autumnwatch survey were presented by Bill Oddie in a one-off programme in November ...
Chute! (television Programme) - Episodes - Bill Oddie
... (Thursday 4 October 2007) Ornithologist and presenter Bill Oddie is the guest in the chute, and some of the video tapes feature birds, as Oddie is a bird-watcher ... Bill ends up as a cardboard cut-out and Ross tries to perform magic, but fails ...
I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again - Prune Plays
... Hatch 'Curtain' – Tim Brooke-Taylor Maid Marion – Jo Kendall Friar Tuck – Bill Oddie Robin Hood – Tim Brooke-Taylor Alan 'a Gabriel – Graeme Garden Will Scarlet ... Jo Kendall Captain Cleese – John Cleese 'Lookout' – Bill Oddie Casey O'Sullivan – Bill Oddie Masher Wilkins – John Cleese Maisie Robinson (the International ...

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