1. Sir Ken Dodd appeared in many other programmes, as an actor, performer, or as himself.
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6. Sir Ken Dodd was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters from the University of Chester at a graduation ceremony in 2009 in Chester Cathedral.
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7. Sir Ken Dodd was inducted into the exclusive show business fraternity, the Grand Order of Water Rats.
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9. Sir Ken Dodd was made a Freeman of the City of Liverpool in 2001.
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10. Sir Ken Dodd was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the 1982 New Year Honours for services to show business and charity and was knighted in the 2017 New Year Honours for services to entertainment and charity.
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13. Sir Ken Dodd was selected to perform the song on A Jubilee of Music on BBC One on 31 December 1976, a celebration of the key pop successes of the Queen's first 25 years as Britain's monarch.
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17. Sir Ken Dodd gained his big break at age 26 when, in September 1954, he made his professional show-business debut as Professor Yaffle Chucklebutty, Operatic Tenor and Sausage Knotter at the Nottingham Empire.
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19. Sir Ken Dodd went to the Knotty Ash School, and sang in the local church choir of St John's Church, Knotty Ash.
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