8 Facts About Kenny Everett

1. In 1983 Kenny Everett released the single Snot Rap, ostensibly sung by two of his tv characters, Sid Snot and Cupid Stunt.

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2. In 1977, Kenny Everett collaborated with Mike Vickers to release the single Captain Kremmen, based on one of his comedy characters.

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3. The last episode of Series 3 ended with Kenny Everett giving a farewell speech as the set and scenery was being stripped down by the crew.

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4. In 1973, Kenny Everett provided the voice of the cat 'Charley' in the Charley Says animated series of public information films.

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5. In October 1981, Kenny Everett returned to BBC Radio, this time on Radio 2, on Saturday from 11am to 1pm.

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6. On 5 February 1980 Kenny Everett made his only appearance on the BBC Radio 4 show Just a Minute where he spoke on the subject of marbles for 90 seconds.

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7. In 1975 Kenny Everett played a pivotal role in getting Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" released as a single.

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8. In May 1975 Kenny Everett found early mornings too much for his lifestyle and he vacated the breakfast show to Graham Dene and moved to less high-pressure weekend timeslots at Capital on Saturday and Sunday lunchtimes.

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