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Life's a Cavalcade

Life's a Cavalcade

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Phone your older relatives and friends to let them know you are thinking about them and ask if they need anything. I: As far as Programme Controllers go, you seem to have had a wonderful passage with each one of them, quietly but firmly approving of what you're doing and let you get on with it. When I watch programmes, some of the things, I don't know whether, I don't think it's my hearing but I can't hear programmes, meticulous things, you know! As his ninth decade draws to a close, Michael has earned the right to name drop and live through his past accomplishments. Stop and talk to an older neighbour if you pass them on the street or knock on their door if they live alone.

We did thirty-two episodes which, in those days they used to wipe the tapes because they had no, they hadn't got enough tapes so they used to wipe the tapes and put new material on and, of course, they wiped thirty-two episodes of Francie and Josie, which I lost, which is a tragedy because they were brilliant! With the end of "Cavalcade", Michael continued working, taking a touring version of the show around Scotland to primary schools. So, I went in and I came up the stairs and there was Francis Essex sitting behind a big desk and I sat down and I said, "I'm sorry!Upon leaving his native England for the Scottish theatre circuit, he found further success in stage shows with comedians Rikki Fulton and Jack Milroy. I remember the Home Secretary for Scotland (I can't remember his name now) walking through the studios and saying, "Do you mind if I get a photograph with Paladin! And I kept going and I just laughed and made up a bit of story towards the end of it and finished it off and said, "Well, there you are! Michael loves his showbusiness biographies, I see, spying those of Bob Hope and Frank Sinatra among others.

I: Do not take this the wrong way but I always felt approaching the show every time was, everything on that screen has got to look lived-in!Oh," he said, "we're quite happy for you to get, I thought perhaps you'd like to come behind the scenes and produce and so forth. which makes me feel terrible because I'm still nineteen, well, turn it the other way round, ninety-one!

It's the biggest mistake I've ever made in my life, I think because looking back on it now, I would love to have gone and produced programmes and, stupidly, I was in love with Cavalcade unfortunately.Children's birthday greetings sent in by viewers was a regular popular feature, with Michael's production team also sending birthday cards to those who could not have their greetings read on air. When Jack Milroy moved to England around the end of the 1960s, Michael initially felt isolated, but in the end made four times as much money from his increased television work. I would come back from school and go up to the bedroom in front of a long mirror and would act things I'd seen in the pictures - Humphrey Bogart and such.

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