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Examples of "wylton"
William de Wylton DD (also Wilton) was an English medieval college Fellow and university chancellor.
Robert held Rivenhall in Essex, Newsells in Hertfordshire, Haslingfield, Cambridgeshire, Wylton in Norfolk and Dalham in Suffolk.
Tim Wylton (born 27 February 1940 in Bangor-on-Dee, Flintshire, Wales) is a British actor best known for his television roles Stanley Dawkins in "My Hero" and Lol Ferris in "As Time Goes By".
William de Wylton was a Fellow of Balliol College, University College, and Queen's College, all in Oxford. He was a Doctor of Divinity and held the office of Chancellor of the University of Oxford between 1373 and 1376.
The event was the brainchild of Wylton Dickson, possibly inspired by the earlier 1968 London-Sydney Marathon, and was to mark the fact that the 1966 FIFA World Cup had been held in London and that the upcoming 1970 FIFA World Cup was to be held in Mexico. Dickson approached the renowned British rally driver Paddy Hopkirk and together they went to "The Daily Mirror" for sponsorship.
The Dustbinmen is a British television sitcom made by Granada Television for ITV, which starred Bryan Pringle, Trevor Bannister, Graham Haberfield and Tim Wylton. The show was a spin-off from a one-off 90-minute television film "There's a Hole in Your Dustbin, Delilah" (1968) written by Jack Rosenthal and directed by Michael Apted. This led to the sitcom which ran for three series between 1969 and 1970. Rosenthal wrote all of the episodes of the first two series.
His real name is Higginson and he attended Strathallan School, Perthshire and RADA. He has been acting on British television since 1964, when he made an appearance on "The Comedy of Errors". Other early appearances include "The Liver Birds", "The Sweeney", "Maybury", "The Dustbinmen", "On Giant's Shoulders" and "Juliet Bravo". Wylton also had a role in the BBC's 1979 adaptation of "Henry V", playing the rather lovable Fluellen.
The World Cup Rally was the name of two intercontinental motor rally competitions. The event drew inspiration from the successful London-Sydney Marathon rallies, which had been held most recently in 1968. Organised by Wylton Dickson, the World Cup Rallies were named for and celebrated the FIFA World Cup Association Football tournaments. Each Rally started in London and raced to the World Cup host city; Mexico City in 1970 and Munich in 1974. With Munich being relatively close to London, the rally was routed southwards into Africa, reaching as far south as Nigeria.
Other notable characters include Lionel's irrepressible father Rocky, whose favourite saying is "Rock On"(Frank Middlemass) and who owns a large country house in Hampshire which he later gives to Lionel; the housekeeper, Mrs. Bale (Janet Henfrey), who has an unusual interest in the Shipping Forecast and gives exact times that meals are ready, and the gardener, Lol Ferris (Tim Wylton), who says Jean is a "tender woman". In the early seasons of the show, Lionel received news from Rocky's physician that his father was dying and had less than a year to live, but this plotline was dropped and Rocky continued to appear throughout the show's later seasons, including the final "Reunion Special" in 2005.
Stanley (Tim Wylton) and Ella Dawkins (Lill Roughley) are Janet's meddlesome parents. Their relationship is tempestuous, getting off on a bad start from literally day one, as they argued on their honeymoon and spent the night apart. Mrs Dawkins is a typical mother-in-law and has always thought Janet should have married Doctor Crispin. She dislikes George, believing him to be an idiot and loser. Janet's father Stanley humorously complains all the time about his wife and is rather suspicious of George and all other men who are anywhere near his daughter. When George gains the mystic power of "Mascara" (which is the power to read minds) he reads Stanley’s mind and discovers that all he ever thinks about is killing Ella. He seems to be a bit more tolerant of George, as he has a few good times with him (mainly because he irritates Ella, making him a lesser target).
The series follows a wide range of main characters, who make appearances throughout all six series. Ardal O'Hanlon plays the main role of Thermoman for the first five series, before being replaced by James Dreyfus, who played the role in the final series. The series follows Thermoman's closest family, including his wife, Janet, played by Emily Joyce; his daughter, Cassie, played by Madeline Mortimer; and his son, Ollie, played by Finlay Stroud. Other characters who make regular appearances include Dr Piers Crispin, played by Hugh Dennis; Mrs Raven, played by Geraldine McNulty; Thermoman's cousin, Arnie, played by Lou Hirsch; the Sundays' next-door neighbour, Tyler, played by Philip Whitchurch; and Janet's mother and father, Ella and Stanley Dawkins, played by Lill Roughley and Tim Wylton.
The show was set in a fictional Yorkshire town. Each episode took place at a different social function and followed the changing lives of two families, the working-class Simcocks (David Jason, Gwen Taylor, David Thewlis and Wayne Foskett) and the middle-class Rodenhursts (Nicola Pagett, Paul Chapman, Sarah-Jane Holm and Nigel Hastings), together with their respective friends, Rodney and Betty Sillitoe (Tim Wylton and Stephanie Cole), and Neville Badger (Michael Jayston). The series begins with the wedding of Ted and Rita Simcock's son Paul to Laurence and Liz Rodenhurst's daughter Jenny; an event at which Ted and Liz begin an affair. The subsequent fallout from this affair forms the basis for most of the first series.
Benjamin Whitrow and BAFTA-nominated Alison Steadman were cast to play Mr and Mrs Bennet, Elizabeth's distinguished but financially imprudent and occasionally self-indulgent parents. Steadman was offered the role without auditions or screen tests. Elizabeth's four sisters, whose ages ranged between 15 and 22, were cast to look dissimilar from each other. Susannah Harker portrayed Elizabeth's beautiful older sister Jane, who desires to only see good in others. Lucy Briers, Polly Maberly, and Julia Sawalha played Elizabeth's younger sisters – the plain Mary, the good-natured but flighty and susceptible Kitty, and frivolous and headstrong Lydia. Being 10 years older than 15-year-old Lydia, Julia Sawalha, of "Absolutely Fabulous" fame, had enough acting experience to get the role without screen tests. Joanna David and Tim Wylton appeared as the Gardiners, Elizabeth's maternal aunt and uncle. David Bamber played the sycophantic clergyman, Mr Collins, a cousin of Mr Bennet. Lucy Scott portrayed Elizabeth's best friend and Mr Collins's wife, Charlotte Lucas, and David Bark-Jones portrayed Lt. Denny.