|Linda Rawsthorn||(1974 - present)|
1995: Awarded an Honorary Professorship, Thames Valley University 1989: International Emmy for "Alexei Sayle's Stuff" (ep. Fun with Magnets) "Ullo John, Got a New Motor?" reached #15 in the UK singles chart in 1984
He signed a 7 year deal for "The Golden Girls" spinoff show "Golden Palace", but lasted two weeks. "Those old ladies are horrible". 
Was a regular columnist for the influential British automobile magazine, 'Car'.
At least Thatcher was insane. I think that Blair's insane and sanctimonious.
It's a quieter life than being on the telly but no one's been snide in their book reviews like people can be in TV reviews. I'm an intellectual. I'd have been given a medal in France. It's still a struggle here. People used to think I was just a shouty comic but I was doing stuff about Sartre.
It seems easier to make a career out of comedy now than it was in the 1980s. Now, as a comic, if you're vaguely amusing you can go straight into TV, then you play the O2 and then everyone's sick of you.
I did six series for the BBC and that was enough. I've been writing for ten years, which is more challenging artistically.
Everyone I used to work with is still alive and can afford expensive lawyers. For me, the showbiz memoir is uninteresting - you want to tell people something they don't know about.
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