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I was able to join Kirkdale's pensioners at their annual Christmas Dinner, held at The Sandon, in Oakfield Road, organised by my marvellous colleagues Cllrs Woodhouse, Hanson and Gaughan.
The Marvellous Creatures exhibition has been expanded in Toronto, and now also includes additional works from the Aga Khan Museum Collection, loans from international private and public institutions, and a contemporary installation by Lebanese artist Mohamad-Said Baalbaki.
The marvellous books include Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The BFG, The Witches, Matilda and The Twits.
The Channel 4 programme, supported by the Roald Dahl Literary Estate, will also include footage of Rik Mayall's Jackanory reading of George's Marvellous Medicine.
The Channel 4 programme, will also include footage of Rik Mayall's Jackanory reading of George's Marvellous Medicine.
The Norfolk Stakes winner is following the same route as reckless Abandon, who achieved the double in 2012 and coincidentally was trained by Clive Cox - who saddles Tis marvellous.
THE MARVELLOUS WORLD But the centrepiece of the Beeb's celebrations is undoubtedly The Marvellous World of Roald Dahl, a documentary, which reminds us that Dahl's own story was as gripping - and occasionally as strange - as any of his novels.
It was marvellous that people donated to a charity that's doing great work for local people.
This follow up, set in 1947 Cornwall, Marvellous (an 89-year-old woman) is waiting - "not for death, as you might assume", but for something she senses is coming.
George's Marvellous Medicine by Roald Dahl adapted by David Wood is to be staged in Muscat.
Hassaballah added that 'Marvellous Creations' product achieved great success in both England and Australia and she hopes that Marvellous Creations would surpass the success of Bubbly in Egypt and the region.
HAPPY VALLEY'S gripping, beautiful writing; Jimmy Nesbitt in THE MISSING - so good I forgave the ending; BAKE-OFF'S Alaskagate; Toby Jones being marvellous in MARVELLOUS; Donna Windsor's death in EMMERDALE; CILLA; Phillip Schofield's TEXT SANTA; Davina being her brilliant self on her SPORT RELIEF challenge; Danny Dyer making me cry during Linda's rape revelation in EASTENDERS; David Neilson playing grieving Roy to perfection in CORRIE; Claudia Winkleman acing and reinventing STRICTLY; and my guilty pleasure - ITVBe's Mob Wives.