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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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Saturday Banana
... 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 due to poor handwriting being mis-read ...
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
... David 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 – David Hatch Little ... Jim-Lad) – Jo Kendall Captain Cleese – John Cleese 'Lookout' – Bill Oddie Casey O'Sullivan – Bill Oddie Masher Wilkins – John Cleese Maisie Robinson (the International ...
Bill Oddie - In Popular Culture
... In the fictional world 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 episode of Top Gear's ... James May also raced in Finland against a Bill Oddie lookalike, who won the race ...
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 ... the first Autumnwatch survey were presented by Bill Oddie in a one-off programme in November ...

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    The house with no child in it is a house with nothing in it.
    Welsh proverb, as quoted in The Joys of Having a Child by Bill and Gloria Adler (1993)