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Mar 2010 Newspaper with Free CD   
Notes: Carly Simon - Never Been Gone
Artist: Carly Simon
Song / Music: You're So Vain (Re-record)
Oct 2009 Free CD   
Notes: Robbie Williams Songbook
Artist: Robbie Williams
Notes: Appearance
Artist: Robbie Williams
Song / Music: Let Me Entertain You (Live)
Aug 2009 Newpaper & Free CD
Notes: Free Beach Boys CD
Artist: The Beach Boys
Song / Music: Surfin' USA   
Nov 2008 Free CD offer
Notes: Cliff Richard 50th Anniversary collection
Artist: Cliff Richard
Notes: Appearance
Oct 2008 Newpaper & Free CD   
Notes: Sound of Music
Artist: Julie Andrews
Song / Music: Prelude and The Sound Of Music   
Jun 2008 Newspaper   
Notes: Genesis Ultimate Collection Free CD
Artist: Genesis
Song / Music: Invisible Touch   
Jul 2007 Newspaper
Notes: Man vs Woman
Artist: Frankie Goes To Hollywood
Song / Music: Two Tribes   
Apr 2007 Newpaper & Free CD
Notes: Free Mike Oldfield CD
Artist: Mike Oldfield
Song / Music: Tubular Bells   
Artist: Paul Gamberchini
Notes: DJ and music expert
Nov 2002 Mail on Sunday Artist: Adrian Mills
Notes: Appearance
Dec 2001 Mail on Sunday British Airways Offer Artist: Martyn Lewis
Notes: Appearance
Jun 2000 Mail on Sunday Summer Cook Magazine Artist: Lloyd Grossman
Notes: Appearance
May 2000 Mail on Sunday Artist: Bill Bryson
Notes: Appearance
Apr 2000 Mail on Sunday Woman's guide to the web Artist: Carol Smillie
Notes: Appearance
Mar 2000 Mail on Sunday Artist: Charlie Dimmock
Notes: Appearance
Apr 1999 Mail on Sunday Artist: Duncan Wells
Notes: Voice-over
1996 Mail on Sunday Artist: Chris Kelly
Notes: Voice-over
1995 Extract From New Book   
Notes: A Year in the Life: The Manager's Diary
Artist: Alex Ferguson
Notes: Appearance
1994 You Magazine   
Notes: Delia Smith Recipe Cards
Artist: Delia Smith
Notes: Appearance

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