They're all at it - David Jacobs dies now

#1
And another one pops his clogs

"Broadcaster and presenter David Jacobs, whose career spanned seven decades, has died aged 87, the BBC announces.
Jacobs, who stepped down from his Radio 2 programme last month due to ill health, died at home "surrounded by his family", the BBC said in a statement." source: BBC website
BBC News - Broadcaster David Jacobs dies at 87

Frost was first, Jacobs was second, who's next?
 
#3
They seem to prefer to be buried under a Yew tree than be investigated by it.
 

old_fat_and_hairy

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#4
Let's hope for Cameron, milliband; clegg and Bercow. None will be missed as much as David Jacobs. Superb broadcaster and a true gentleman.

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mercurydancer

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#6
And another one pops his clogs

"Broadcaster and presenter David Jacobs, whose career spanned seven decades, has died aged 87, the BBC announces.
Jacobs, who stepped down from his Radio 2 programme last month due to ill health, died at home "surrounded by his family", the BBC said in a statement." source: BBC website
BBC News - Broadcaster David Jacobs dies at 87

Frost was first, Jacobs was second, who's next?
Shane Warne. Not much of a broadcaster but a tit. Gobby too. That orange skin is going to start to grow melanoma like sultanas in a scone.
 
#8
RIP.

I shall raise one of your delicious crackers in your honour tonight.
 
#10
Journey Into Space was a ground breaker for it's day.
 
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#11
And another one pops his clogs

"Broadcaster and presenter David Jacobs, whose career spanned seven decades, has died aged 87, the BBC announces.
Jacobs, who stepped down from his Radio 2 programme last month due to ill health, died at home "surrounded by his family", the BBC said in a statement." source: BBC website
BBC News - Broadcaster David Jacobs dies at 87

Frost was first, Jacobs was second, who's next?
I thought both of the tossers had shuffled off their BBC headphones years ago. Next up is good old Rolf.
 

mercurydancer

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#13

DieHard

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#16
I thought both of the tossers had shuffled off their BBC headphones years ago. Next up is good old Rolf.
Have you seen how ian mckellan looks lately?
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I dont think we have too long a wait. Even Gandolf looks in better nick

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#18
Apparently jacobs last words were "has that **** Frost died yet? I'm ******* threaders hanging on waiting for him to piss off."

Sent from beyond the grave using the Force.
 

mercurydancer

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#19
I'd like to have interviewed Frost when he was on the Queen Elizabeth, no doubt on a freebie.

"Mr Frost, may I ask you some questions about chest pain" "No, please dont avoid the question, urrrgh arrgh is not an answer....."
 
#20
Brian Matthews.

He is the bloke who, at a mere 85 years of age, every Saturday morning drones away and plays mostly shit music on Radio 2 "Sounds of the 60s".
 

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