Alistair Cooke


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United States journalist (born in England in 1908)

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The Unseen Alistair Cooke is as much a celebration of 20th century American culture as a tribute to the man who spent his life revealing the wonder of its quotidian aspects.
The chaps were Alistair Cooke and Dave Beer and the night was Back to Basics in Leeds.
Two goals from Rowan Gurney and one from Chris Cox were enough to give Lisvane Panthers the verdict over Trowbridge in a 3-1 scoreline, while Ryan White (2), Huw Davies, Tamid Miah (4) and Alistair Cooke scored the goals that resulted in an 8-2 win for Marlboro Red against Lisvane Panthers B.
A profile of journalist and historian Alistair Cooke, featuring recently discovered home video footage with individuals including Charlie Chaplin.
A man convicted of secretly cutting up corpses, including that of "Masterpiece Theatre" host Alistair Cooke, has received a sentence of 27 years in prison for his role in the ghoulish multimillion-dollar Biomedical Tissue Services body parts scheme, the Associated Press reported.
The plundered bodies included that of the veteran British journalist Alistair Cooke, author of the BBC's long-running Letter from America; he died in 2004, aged 95, in New York.
The series featured vintage Disney cartoon shorts outlandishly introduced by George Plimpton in a saucy send up of Alistair Cooke.
Alistair Cooke never agreed to donate his body, but most tissues in the system come from people who wanted their remains to be reused.
Alistair Cooke, the British-born, Cambridge-educated, naturalized American citizen, was an accomplished freelance journalist.
Sixty years after Alistair Cooke lovingly extolled the American drug store, the picture he drew has faded badly.
The American Home Front: 1941-1942, by Alistair Cooke, Atlantic Monthly Press, 336 pages, $24.
The second Bush fairy tale," Alistair Cooke called it.
British journalist Alistair Cooke, in "Christmas Reflections" of his famous series Letter from America (BBC News, Dec.
The late British journalist Alistair Cooke might have ended up a less debonair David Niven, a more tranquil Ian Carmichael, an orthodontically correct Terry-Thomas.
Iceland export manager Alistair Cooke said: "We are keen to expand the Iceland brand abroad, not through shops but by exporting products to overseas supermarket groups, shops and distributors.