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Record Breaker - Roy Castle with The Geoff Sanders Quartet* - Record Breaker (Vinyl)

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  1. Record Breakers - N. Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, Illinois - Rated based on 64 Reviews "Colin and crew care about their customers. Always a.
  2. Nov 24,  · Directed by Kathryn Wolfe. With Cheryl Baker, Luis Cardenas, Roy Castle, Ricky Diamond. Roy Castle and Cheryl Baker preside over an attempt to perform a hour RAF drill display, the rock skimming world record and the fastest-ever Formula One wheel change.
  3. Rare & Uncommon Music from the RTÉ Radio Vinyl record archive. SE the trammps - my love its never been better bonnie boyer - got to give in to love helen reddy - make love to me space dance - bad mouthin' frantique - night people these days rose royce - pazazz earth wind and fire - .
  4. Aug 18,  · The record attempt was staged at the Guinness World of Records Exhibition in Piccadilly, in the heart of London, UK. Needless to say, achieving such a massive total takes time – 23 hr 44 min, to be precise. The marathon feat necessitated regular breaks every 20 minutes or so, and the presence of a doctor and osteopath.
  5. Mar 05,  · The name that is most associated with Record Breakers is Roy Castle, who was the host of the show from the beginning until when he sadly died of lung cancer, which as a non smoker he attributed to years of playing the trumpet in smokey jazz clubs. Â Roy was a variety artist through and through and was an accomplished trumpet player and tap dancer, though he could turn his hand to .
  6. Dec 22,  · Directed by Kathryn Wolfe. With Cheryl Baker, Richard Branson, Roy Castle, Per Lindstrand. Roy Castle & Cheryl Baker present a program featuring the first hot air balloon across the Atlantic, a record hot air balloon fiesta in Bristol and a world record attempt to make as many balloon models as possible, watched by Norris McWhirter.
  7. It was 20 years ago today that we lost Roy Castle, long-running host of BBC show 'Record Breakers' and one of the nation's best-loved entertainers.. We remember him today with a look back at one.

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