Posts Tagged ‘Pointless Celebrities’

Pointless Celebrities @ BBC iPlayer

December 12th, 2012

Yesterday’s Pointless Celebrities is now available to watch at BBC iPlayer. The programme, which included Toyah and Cheryl Baker, will remain online until next Tuesday. Host, Alexander Armstrong revealed that ‘Anthem’ was the second album he bought. Click below for iPlayer.

Toyah News Briefs

December 11th, 2012

• Just a reminder that Toyah guests on Pointless Celebrities this afternoon on BBC1 at 5.15pm.

• Toyah’s Official Advent Calendar: Anyone for some unheard/unseen Toyah exclusives? Toyah’s Christmas Countdown begins at on 12-12-12.

• Phil Spalding is now at Facebook. An official website will also be online soon. New website PhilSpalding.Com coming soon … Music and Mayhem !!! A lot of music and a lot of MAYHEM !!! Watch this space !!! Phil also told me: I have a load of personal photos from Toyah tours which I will be posting, bit by bit, on FB and my site.

The Brit Awards @ You Tube: Paul Young wins Best Male presented by Toyah | BRIT Awards 1985 – Just uploaded!

• Read a transcript of Toyah’s ‘BBC Radio Kent’ interview (broadcast on Saturday, more info here) at The Toyah Willcox Interview Archive.

Toyah on Christmas TV: Pointless Celebrities

December 7th, 2012

Pointless Celebrities: BBC1: Tues 11 Dec: 5.15pm
Comedian Stephen K Amos, singer and actress Toyah Willcox, TV presenter Katie Derham and singer Cheryl Baker take part in the unorthodox general knowledge quiz, in which contestants must find the least likely correct answers to a series of questions posed to members of the public. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman.

Toyah News Briefs

October 21st, 2012

• The third series of Pointless Celebrities began airing last night on BBC1. There will be nine episodes in the series and Toyah will guest on one of them, having recorded her appearance in early February with Cheryl Baker.

Kent News: The Marlowe’s Sleeping Beauty panto to be dedicated to late comic Dave Lee: He may no longer be with us, but much-loved comic Dave Lee will be playing as big a part as ever in this year’s Marlowe Theatre pantomime. In fact, the whole production of Sleeping Beauty, which stars Pop Idol singer Gareth Gates and eighties legend Toyah Willcox, will be dedicated to Dave, who died of pancreatic cancer in January aged 64.

Friends Reunited: Toyah Willcox, 1985: A portrait of actress and singer Toyah Willcox.

Nigel James Digital: Toyah Willcox plays Sheffield Corporation club: 80′s diva performs to a packed room!

Turner Classic Movies: The Tempest – Derek Jarman’s Acclaimed 1979 Adaptation of the William Shakespeare Play.