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Eddie Mair | 10:43 UK time, Wednesday, 18 July 2007

I always pass this...it proclaims a part of TV centre where the names of big stars of yesteryear litter the terrace. Tomorrow, I'll pick out a name.

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Comments

  1. At 11:06 AM on 18 Jul 2007, Big Sister wrote:

    Sorry, Eddie: Who is Sylvia Dee? Did she write the song with which our old friends Morecambe and Wise are eternally linked?

    Incidentally, just the thought of Our Eric makes me smile. And the sun's shining, too.

    Hats of to the Hero of Morecambe.

  2. At 11:43 AM on 18 Jul 2007, Eddie Mair wrote:

    I think she wrote it. And now I have the song in my head.

  3. At 11:43 AM on 18 Jul 2007, Aperitif wrote:

    Tomorrow, I'll pick out a name.

    Nah, stick with "Eric" -- it suits you.

  4. At 11:45 AM on 18 Jul 2007, witchiwoman wrote:

    Eddie - me too. Which makes a change from the KT Tunstall song thats been lodged in my brain for the last week.

  5. At 11:48 AM on 18 Jul 2007, Ashley Harris wrote:

    Sylvia">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sylvia_Dee>Sylvia Dee

    HTH

  6. At 11:56 AM on 18 Jul 2007, Big Sister wrote:

    "In this world where we live
    There should be more happiness
    So much joy you can bring
    To each brand new bright tomorrow"

    Or something like that.

    Anyway, Eddie, hope you're having a sunny day.

  7. At 12:01 PM on 18 Jul 2007, Charlie wrote:

    Eddie

    Thanks for today's picture. M & W were two of the warmest, consistently hilarious, entertainers I've seen and I didn't know (never thought aboout it) that Sylvia Dee composed the song associated with that wonderful act.

    Couldn't be more apt that M & W's theme song and it's composer should form part of the "Beeb's" Star Terrace sign

    Like Big Sister, I'm now wearing a big smile...


  8. At 12:41 PM on 18 Jul 2007, b carbury wrote:

    Thanks for sunshine thought.Did anyone see Queen's Guard last night?Completely otherwise immobile, soldier squeezed sister's hand while guarding St. Jame's Palace.

  9. At 01:32 PM on 18 Jul 2007, Electric Dragon wrote:

    It's stuck in your brain? (An "Ohrwurm" or earworm as it's called in German). Never mind, this will clear it out - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wMHcpMmV9g

  10. At 11:22 PM on 18 Jul 2007, Gossipmistress wrote:

    We sang at a wedding where the happy couple walked (disappointingly - no skipping!) back down the aisle to 'Bring me sunshine...'

  11. At 12:12 AM on 19 Jul 2007, whisht wrote:

    isn't this how Eddie ends every programme? skipping into the distance with one hand behind the ear, then the other, then the other... then the other...

    "Bring me fun - bring me sunshine.... briinng meee loooOOoovvvve"

    [ahem]

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