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Topic History of: Watching Dinnerladies on Drama
Max. showing the last 5 posts - (Last post first)
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Jo Victoria Wood was brilliant. Gone far too soon. Giving the best lines to other people would suggest she was a modest and generous person.

I love this poem of hers, which I came across in a book edited by Griff Rhys Jones "Nation's Favourite: Comic Poems".



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JK2006 And what a cast today - guests Dora Bryan, Eric Sykes, Thora Hird, regulars Celia Imrie, Anne Reid, Thelma Barlow, Maxine Peake - WOW!
JK2006 It's SOO well written and Victoria Wood intelligently gives the best lines to others (like Julie Walters). What a talent we lost there.