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What a singular voice he had, rolling his “r”s so vigorously it sounded like a growl, and enunciating with pedantic relish each syllable of longer words (“an ex-e-cra-ble poem…”).
His speech was hard, vivid and precise, rather like his poetry.
"They've been dating for a while now and are very happy," a friend of the pair tells us.
Before Dallas, Bennett was previously linked to Lance Bass.
I know this house is bigger than most, but that doesn’t make doing it up more exciting to watch (“The radiators Sarah ordered months ago haven’t arrived”). Hardly anything happened in Billy Connolly and Aly Bain: Fishing for Poetry (BBC Four; previously shown in Scotland on BBC Two), but that didn’t stop it being a pleasure.
A tribute to the Scottish poet Norman Mac Caig, who died in 1996, it was filmed to mark the 100th anniversary of his birth.
Then, when viewers see the place transformed into a sumptuous wedding venue, lots of them will want to hire it. Exactly how much Beeny and her husband are spending, I don’t think I heard; instead of giving hard figures she kept making jokes like, “We’ve got about £300” and “We’ve got a budget of £3.50.” Unusual for property TV, that – such programmes tend to be unsparingly precise about its participants’ finances.
‘Planning rules and regulations are in place so that the public can have a stake in the property’s restoration.
No one is above the law and that includes those who are in a position of celebrity.'So has the likeable property guru really broken her own rules?
I don’t know about you but I feel a lot of sympathy for the poor couple.
Imagine what a chore it must be to turn out the lights every night.