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Sentences forKenny Everett

  • Mercury appeared as a supporting character in the BBC television drama Best Possible Taste: The Kenny Everett Story, first broadcast in October 2012.Freddie Mercury-Wikipedia
  • Kenny Everett was asked for input in how to run the new Pop station due to his popularity with both listeners and fellow presenters.BBC Radio-Wikipedia
  • Mercury's close friend and advisor, Capital London radio DJ Kenny Everett, played a pivotal role in giving the single exposure.Queen (band)-Wikipedia
  • The folk group the Settlers and Radio 1 disc-jockey, Kenny Everett, also performed on the programme which was presented by the Reverend Edward H. Patey, dean of the cathedral.Bee Gees-Wikipedia
  • It was then borrowed, shortened and popularised by radio DJ Kenny Everett.BBC-Wikipedia
  • Moyles retorted that Peel was a "Kenny Everett-in-waiting, because Kenny Everett's dead and it's only a matter of time before John pops his clogs".Chris Moyles-Wikipedia

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