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Interview with the Author of Harry & Me article photo Neil Watson Neil Watson is the writer of a new book, Harry & Me , which collects remembrances from fans of Harry Nilsson and stories from people who knew and worked with Harry. I spent weeks badgering Neil for an interview. Finally, he ...
Capital Radio Breakfast Show radio Harry Nilsson appeared as a guest on Kenny Everett's Breakfast Show on Capital Radio on June 28, 1975. At one point, Everett plays a clip from Harry's earlier BBC Radio appearance where Harry spontaneously sang the lyrics to "Mournin' Glory Story " over a looped snippet from the Bee Gees ...
The Thing About Harry radio In 1997, BBC radio aired a two-part show about Harry Nilsson and his music called "The Thing About Harry ."   The Thing About Harry
Liz Rhodes person Liz Rhodes, a BBC Radio Leeds presenter, named Harry Nilsson's "I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City " as her favorite song.
BBC business The British Broadcasting Corporation (the BBC) recorded and aired two In Concert TV specials featuring Harry Nilsson .   In 1997, BBC Radio aired a two-part show about Harry Nilsson and his music called "The Thing About Harry ."  
Harryfest 2001 event_note Harryfest 2001 was held in London, England , starting on May 4, 2001, at the Hotel Russell . Designed in the late 1800s by architect Charles Fitzroy Doll , the hotel's dining room is said to resemble the Titanic's first-class restaurant (also designed by Doll). [1]   Hotel Russell ...
May 5 - London Eye auto_stories After lunch we took a ride on the London Eye .   While we waited in line, a BBC Radio reporter, Ronnie Bergman , interviewed a few of us including Roger Smith , Zak Nilsson , and Marc Harry   Then we boarded the "Eye."