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					GOODNIGHT, JEREMY!
  Today, the British television host, writer and producer JEREMY BEADLE, died
aged 59. Because not seen his show, so little impression on him, it touches on reports
that he devoted his life to charity more than £ 100m, this impulse should be the
audience he remembered.
  His family has an indomitable large shelves, after the illness he continued to host a
show, writing a book.
   Check his information was found that Wikipedia had to update the time of his birth
and death. A reliable database.
   Borrow ITV TEN CLOCK NEWS show host last words: GOOD NIGHT,
JEREMY!

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TV presenter Jeremy Beadle died today after suffering from pneumonia, his agent has
announced.
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The 59-year old star was admitted to hospital last week but died earlier today. His
wife and family were with him when he died.
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Beadle found fame in the 1980s as one of four presenters on Game for a Laugh, a
prime time prank show on ITV, before going on to present Beadle's About
and You've Been Framed for the same channel.
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Earlier in his career, he worked as a presenter on BBC Radio 3 and Radio 4, as well as
on Radio 2 as a late night host on Nightline.
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He was awarded an MBE in 2001 for services to charity.
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In a statement, Beadle's agent, Nick Canham of MPC Entertainment, said:
"Our heartfelt condolences go to his wife Sue, his two daughters, Cassie
and Bonnie and his stepchildren Leo and Claire. He will be greatly
missed."
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Beadle was a significant fundraiser for Children with Leukaemia throughout his life
and is estimated to have raised more than £ 100m for charities of all descriptions.
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He was diagnosed with leukaemia in 2005, shortly after surgery for a cancerous
growth in his kidney. He continued to work despite his ill health, writing books,
presenting and consulting for TV firms.
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Last autumn, he released three new books and prior to his illness he was working on a
series of television formats.
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Beadle's love of quizzes and trivia led him to write Today's the
Day - a Chronicle of the Curious and for more than two years he scripted a daily
cartoon series of the same name in the Daily Express. Beadle also quote quiz
questions for the Independent.
He worked alongside Irving Wallace and his son David Wallechinsky as the European
editor and biggest contributor for The Book of Lists and The People's
Almanac.
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Beadle's autobiography, Watch Out!, Was published in 1998. His most
recent work, The Gossip's Guide to Madame Tussauds, revealed the secret
lives of 250 celebrities.

				
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