November 23, 2018 ON THIS DAY

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November 23, 2018 ON THIS DAY


Byline: Compiled by ETAN SMALLMAN and ADAM JACOT DE BOINOD

FROM THE DAILY MAIL ARCHIVE NOVEMBER 23, 1940 FESTIVE radio programmes are planned by the BBC again this year. Christmas Under Fire will include children, men of the Forces in Britain, our Allies and our soldiers in the Middle East, who will come to the microphone on Christmas Day. The day will end with a trip to a pantomime, fire station, war factory and an air raid shelter.

NOVEMBER 23, 1960 BORSTAL teacher Mr Charles Gash said last night he had been suspended for writing a letter to the Daily Mail about his private inquiry among borstal boys about corporal punishment. The ex-Royal Army Education Corps warrant officer asked 53 boys: 'Do you favour the re-introduction of corporal punishment?' Fifty-one said yes.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY ZOE BALL, 48. The new BBC Radio 2 breakfast show host -who was reported in 2017 to have a salary of up to PS299,999 -was a controversial appointment with many fans tipping her pal Sara Cox for the gig. Former 'ladette' Ball (right) has battled booze, overcome the collapse of her 18-year marriage to Norman Cook (DJ Fatboy Slim) and grieved the suicide of boyfriend Billy Yates. Her dad, TV presenter Johnny Ball, may not listen to her show. He has said: 'When I listen to the radio, it's Radio 4.'

SUE NICHOLLS, 75. The actress has played hairdresser Audrey Roberts in Coronation Street for nearly 40 years. In 2011, viewer and nurse Anna Bianconi-Moore noticed a suspicious-looking mole on Sue's shoulder and emailed the show. Sue later had a malignant melanoma removed and invited her saviour to the studios as a thank you. …

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