Broadcaster, poet, memoirist and renowned television critic for The Observer, Clive James has died aged 80 after a long illness.
In a statement announcing the death of Clive James, United Agents said:
‘Clive James, poet, critic and broadcaster, died at his home in Cambridge on Sunday 24th November 2019. A private funeral attended by family and close friends took place in the chapel at Pembroke College, Cambridge on Wednesday 27th November.
Meanwhile, in 1988…
Meanwhile back in the present day…
So, farewell then, Jonathan Miller – a very early contributor to Private Eye, until they fell out over the magazine putting his byline on a piece in September 1962. This was the letter he sent in response. pic.twitter.com/oT78FCuEg6
— Private Eye Magazine (@PrivateEyeNews) November 27, 2019
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