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Sick Death List website celebrates Queen's death within moments of palace announcement
READ MORE: Queen dies aged 96 as longest-reigning monarch loses long-running health battleAlongside the list, which also counts Dick van Dyke and ex-US president Jimmy Carter as those still predicted to pass away this year, is a "Latest News" panel with sick rhyming headlines announcing the deaths of those who made the hit list."Breakfast host is toast", the most recent one read, announcing the recent tragic death of Bill Turnbull after he succumbed to prostate cancer."British TV presenter, Bill Turnbull, has passed away to provide DeathList 2022 with its sixth score," it read.Her Majesty passed away this afternoon at the age of 96.Issuing a statement, Buckingham Palace said: “The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon.“The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow.”She was at her private residence in Balmoral, with family members in attendance, and the new King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla will remain at the Scottish residence this evening.As well as Queen of the UK, Her Majesty was also Head of the Commonwealth.She was born in Mayfair in 1926 to the Duke and Duchess of York, who later became King George VI and Queen Elizabeth when King Edward VIII abdicated the throne in 1936 to be with his American lover Wallis Simpson.She took to the throne in 1952 after her father died while she was on a tour of Kenya.The Queen’s funeral will be a state funeral, in accordance with tradition.The last state funeral to take place in the UK was Churchill’s in 1965 - although they are usually reserved for the Monarchy.
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BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty wishes co-star 'good luck' as she quits programme
BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty bid farewell to her co-worker on Monday.The Breakfast show host took to twitter to say goodbye to her friend Dhruti Shah who had worked as a journalist at the BBC for 13 years.Dhruti Shah took to social media to say goodbye saying that leaving the BBC left her with a "weird feeling."READ NEXT: BBC Breakfast host shake-up as Naga Munchetty replaced after Bill Turnbull’s funeralWriting to her 4,000 followers, she penned: “I think it's now actually hitting me that I'm leaving.“Last day before my BBC address I think gets deleted.“It was such an amazing day when I got the call to say I was being hired.“It is a weird feeling to be going but at least can say I tried my best to bring in diverse stories.”Naga reacted to the next by tweeting: “Good luck my friend.“You'll be brilliant at whatever you do x.”Dhruti then replied: “Thank you for always being an inspiration x.”Dhruti also told her fans how proud she was of her time at the BBC. She penned: “Also proud as tried to help people feel like they belong whatever their background.“That's not always easy.“Really grateful for those who paved the way for young journos like me to have the confidence to apply in the first place so we could spotlight underrepresented stories.“Wasn't an easy decision to leave and it was a variety of factors that led to the decision.“But leaving content that I shook things up (even had an exit interview with the DG) and made things better.“That's all you ever want from a job really.
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Bill Turnbull celebrated as Naga Munchetty and BBC co-stars attend funeral
BBC Breakfast star tragically died aged 66 at the end of August after being diagnosed with the cancer in 2017.Bill's former Breakfast co-stars like Charlie Stayt, Naga Munchetty, Susanna Reid, and Sian Williams were among those who attended his funeral on Friday afternoon (September 16).READ MORE: Ex-BBC Breakfast hosts now – terminal cancer, near-death experience and stalker hellMike Bushell, Charlotte Hawkins, Martha Kearney, Louise Minchin, and Nick Robinson also attended the private ceremony. which took place at the Holy Trinity church in Blythburgh, Suffolk.Six pallbearers carried Turnbull's oak coffin, which was decorated with a red rose and purple bouquet, including his two sons and son-in-law.Naga, who worked with Bill for several years, told the PA agency: "Bill was the grammar hammer; he was so on top of his grammar plurals, singulars… He was all over it."He was passionate about the job and passionate about the journalism and passionate about the audience."The audience was all that mattered and all that does matter and Bill never forgot that – he was a joy to sit beside."To sit next to Bill was always an experience, it was always fun, it was always focused but it was also about the audience."It was telling the story, being part of the story, which is always a privilege, and hearing people’s experiences and helping to relay those to our audience.
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Classic FM honours Bill Turnbull with ‘incredibly moving’ show featuring his favourite songs following death aged 66
Bill Turnbull following his death, aged 66.The beloved BBC Breakfast host died peacefully surrounded by his loved ones on Wednesday following a battle with prostate cancer.Turnbull was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer in 2017 and was very open about his journey.He enjoyed a successful 44-year career in journalism and broadcasting and joined Classic FM in 2016, going on to host shows on Saturday and Sunday mornings from 10am to 1pm.Turnbull also presented Pet Classics, the world’s first radio show for pets, featuring soothing music and practical advice for pet owners.Listeners praised the station on Saturday morning for their ‘lovely’ tribute to him, which was hosted by colleague Aled Jones.Broadcast at 10am on Saturday, Remembering Bill Turnbull was a specially dedicated show which featured some of the presenter’s favourite songs, including The Humming Chorus by Puccini, Mozart’s Così fan Tutte, and The Armed Man by Sir Karl Jenkin.Also played were theme songs from his favourite TV shows and movies, such as Inspector Morse, Band of Brothers, and Thunderbirds.Turnbull – who announced in in October 2021 that he would be taking a leave of absence from his weekend show – was hailed a ‘dear friend and colleague’ by Jones as he introduced the show.@ClassicFM what a truly special and poignant morning this is. Thank you to Bill for all his special and poignant moments he shared with us all.
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Brian May calls for help after 'crushing' loss of musician 'Triggers new thoughts in me'
Queen star Brian May, 71, will take to the stage at Wembley Stadium this weekend as part of a memorial concert for the late star who he considered a good friend.The musician died aged 50 while The Foo Fighters were on tour in Colombia back in March.In view of his 3.1 million followers yesterday, Brian said he had been rehearsing for the show and told fans they were in for an "unforgettable treat".He began by writing that the late musician was the band's "focus right now", alongside snaps of The Foo Fighters star. The rockstar added: "The sadness of not having him around to enjoy the moments is almost crushing … but it’s awesome to be building a show to pay tribute to this wonderful human being, so hugely missed."He went on to say that rehearsing for the show had been an "awesome trip" so far and reminded fans where they could watch the upcoming gig. Bill Turnbull and former BBC Breakfast host dies aged 66A post shared by Brian Harold May (@brianmayforreal)In a further post, the rockstar shared a fan's portrait of the late musician, who he described as a "tragically lost and irreplaceable buddy"."This is a brand new portrait from @sarah_rugg - and it triggers new thoughts in me," he explained."It somehow signals a call to arms. How about all of us in this lovely artistic community coming together to give our love and respects to this consummate artist and dearly loved boy?"If you create your tribute, and post it and put #taylortributeart on it...