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ted fenton 11:51 Thu Sep 1
Bill Turnbull Has Sadly Died.
The former BBC Breakfast host Bill Turnbull has died at the age of 66, his family has said.

They said in a statement: “Following a challenging and committed fight against prostate cancer, Bill passed away peacefully at his home in Suffolk surrounded by his family on Wednesday 31 August.

Always came across as a very nice man.

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Far Cough 3:24 Thu Sep 1
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Sad news, as said it seemed he was an all round nice bloke and one of the very few decent people that has come out of the abortion that is the fucking BBC


RIP Bill Turnbull

zico 3:20 Thu Sep 1
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Real shame seemed a really nice bloke. Nice to see some who have recovered on here though as sometimes when stories like this appear you wonder if all that treatment and crap he went through was worth it.

happygilmore 1:38 Thu Sep 1
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Very sad news. Agree, seemed a really nice man
A shame given it's one of them ones that is usually treated successfully when diagnosed early.

TonkaToy 12:43 Thu Sep 1
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Did anyone have him in the Sweepstake?

Bill to Carol; I'm having a good look at your isobars...

Lee Trundle 12:29 Thu Sep 1
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Couldn't this go on the DEADline day thread?

(only joking - RIP Bill. Seemed a very nice bloke)

SecondOpinion 12:26 Thu Sep 1
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Percy Dalton 12:24 Thu Sep 1
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SecondOpinion 12:25 Thu Sep 1
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Having been diagnosed with prostate cancer five years ago, I feel extremely lucky to be alive.

Get yerselves checked out boys (the doctor uses plenty of lube, so don't worry about that part)

Percy Dalton 12:24 Thu Sep 1
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Sad news a wonderful broadcaster when the BBC was top notch.
Get yourselves checked gentlemen I did two years ago without any symptoms and I ended up having a biopsy then discovered I had prostate cancer.
Four weeks of radiotherapy which is inconvenient more than anything and since then my PSA levels have dropped down to 0.5 from 7 .
Please don't ignore any symptoms it could save your life.

zebthecat 12:19 Thu Sep 1
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That is sad as he appeared to be an all round lovely bloke and a very good reporter as well.

Carol Kirkwood always cheers me up in the morning as she is relentlessly happy. God knows how given when she has to wake up

Takashi Miike 12:13 Thu Sep 1
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yes ted, a scottish goddess

ted fenton 12:12 Thu Sep 1
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Takashi Miike 12:06 Thu Sep 1
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Bill and that weatherwoman with the beautiful tits were the only decent thing on the BBC, very sad

Carol Kirkwood !!!

PostmanPissed 12:09 Thu Sep 1
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Thats a shame seemed a really nice fella.

Commentated on Wycombe's games I believe.

Takashi Miike 12:06 Thu Sep 1
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Bill and that weatherwoman with the beautiful tits were the only decent thing on the BBC, very sad

ted fenton 11:59 Thu Sep 1
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He did didn't he charley he also loved his football and was a life-long Wycombe Wanderers fan.

charleyfarley 11:55 Thu Sep 1
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That’s sad news seemed a really nice down to earth bloke





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