Alan Holmes

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COMEDY ROUND-UP: THURSDAY 18th JULY Some interesting stories to discuss... Frankie Boyle has gone on hunger strike to help raise awareness of the cause of the prisoners in the Guantanamo Bay detention camp: http://bit.ly/1dHR3PO Comedian David Bussell explains how he successfully invoicing the Daily Mail after they used his joke without credit: http://bit.ly/195IBw4 Advert: Latitude Festival is this weekend in Suffolk. A look at some of the highlights. There's still time to get tickets: http://bit.ly/112CCDt Some interesting items in the BBC TV Centre auction. e.g. French & Saunders exorcist head & an old Kryten head: http://bit.ly/12Pwv1H Video: A 'Live At The Electric' online extra. Totally Tom interview Two Episodes Of Mash: http://bit.ly/12Yqb9d Video: A topical Mock The Week final round - Things a Weather Forecaster Would Never Say: http://bit.ly/18qNK2F US blog 'The AV Club' looks back at the Brass Eye 'Paedogeddon!' controversy. We're struggling to think that was 12 years ago now: http://avc.lu/12YpTiC Kate Beckinsale has unveiled a plaque in honour of her father, Porridge star Richard Beckinsale, at his former school: http://bbc.in/15qh57p A summary of the issues surrounding the 'awful' & 'deceitful' London Comedy Club (includes new investigative video): http://bit.ly/17Ax7RA BBC Two sitcom Family Tree got off to a slow-ish start on Tuesday night. 910,000 viewers. Mixed press reviews too, as you can read here: http://bit.ly/17lEuIu Ray Butt, who directed shows including Only Fools & Horses and The Liver Birds, has died, aged 78: http://bit.ly/15H6Nzs [Picture: Ronnie Barker, Fulton MacKay and Richard Beckinsale in BBC sitcom Porridge]

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In Guardian Cook: The 10 best banana recipes Bananas, the nation's favourite raw snack, are endlessly versatile in the kitchen. Mash and fry, slice and curry or unzip and bake whole – see which of these 10 treatments you prefer http://t.gu.com/n8iy3 Photo: Tiny banana tartes tatin. Yuki Sugiura for the Guardian

Alex Ferguson's first ever team sheet, from Oxford '86, expected to fetch £2000 in auction. #mufc http://t.co/4CM3Yg05rM

Today will see the boss' 1,500th and final game for United...

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. @_Rob_B This is the best scaffold shot. How they managed to stay on is baffling! That's also some sturdy work. http://t.co/iSwVRXamFK

They may both be retiring but we'll never forget what they have done for the club. Enjoy the parade you pair! #uniteforsiralex

Don’t miss a moment of the Champions 2013 Parade, watch it live online with exclusive on-board footage not available anywhere else http://bit.ly/YEuesF (From 17:30 BST)

We'll remember this moment forever, but where were you when Sir Alex lifted the trophy? Send us the photos of you celebrating today's monumental day to facebook@manutd.co.uk

Party time! #thankyousiralex

Sir Alex lifts his 38th trophy at United. Incredible! #thankyousiralex

For the last time. Leaving behind some unbelievable, surreal memories. Thank you, you kind Sir. http://t.co/glqKcITXjC

United 2-1 Swansea. Sir Alex jumps out of his seat at Old Trafford as the Reds give him a winning send-off...

The Boss has arrived... Don't forget to add your #thankyousiralex message here: http://bit.ly/1432Bd8

Front cover of this month's red issue. #mufc http://t.co/PAzDkgh0O1

The impossible dream...

Trending: Sir Alex Ferguson, the English Premier League’s most enduring manager, announced his retirement on May 8th. The Manchester United boss is not only the most successful in the league’s short history, but the only one to have been in his job since its inception. Our chart compares the number of trophies won by the richest football clubs since the 1992-93 season. View chart http://econ.st/13Gm5ot

#ThankYouSirAlex #Genius #Legend http://t.co/1k2tzXdrKg