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  1. Their live concert, on June 22, was for one night only. Directed by Nick Wickham, the event was filmed and transmitted via satellite to over 450 movie theaters in the United States and over 350 movie theaters across Europe, Canada, and Latin America, including London's famed Leicester Square.

  2. Richard Anthony Lee (born 5 October 1982) is an English retired professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper.He is best remembered for his spells in the Premier League and Football League with Watford and Brentford.

  3. Season summary. 21 May 2013: West Ham announced the signing of Romania captain, left back Răzvan Raț, making him the first signing in this transfer window.; 21 May 2013: West Ham and Liverpool agree on a £15 million deal to bring Andy Carroll to Upton Park, with the striker yet to agree personal terms.

  4. Andy Pandy. Andy Pandy; Looby Loo; Teddy; Children in Need. Pudsey Bear; Cosgrove Hall Films Ltd. Engie Benjy. Engie Benjy (voiced by Declan Donnelly) Jollop the Dog; WildBrain. Cookie Jar Entertainment: Paddington (1975 TV series)/Paddington Bear & The Adventures of Paddington Bear (1997) Paddington Bear (voiced by Jonathan Kydd) The Wombles

  5. She is immediately taken prisoner, and John Mannering stows away in order to free her, unaware that he is about to uncover a plot to sabotage a US space mission. Co-starring: Sue Lloyd. Guest stars: Reginald Marsh, Dudley Sutton, John Woodvine, David Healy, Derek Newark, Andy Ho, Michael Chow, Michael Hawkins and Jeffry Wickham.

  6. Anna Wickham (1883–1947, England/Australia, p), pseudonym of Edith Alice Mary Harper Les Wicks (born 1955, Australia, p) Zoë Wicomb (born 1948, S Africa/Scotland, f/nf)

  7. Early life and career. Harding was raised in north-west London, the grandson of a German Jewish refugee. He was educated at two independent schools for boys: at The Hall School in Hampstead in North West London and St. Paul's School in Barnes, near Hammersmith in London, followed by Trinity College, Cambridge (where he attained a First Class degree in history) and City University.