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Muir, Frank, 1920-1998 (Personal Name)

Preferred form: Muir, Frank, 1920-1998

His Comedy in television, 1966.

Washington post, 12 Jan. 1998: p. C 6 (deaths: Frank Muir, 77, British broadcast executive and personality, d. Jan. 2 in London; programs "My Word!" and "My Music" have run on U.S. radio stations)

Oxford DNB WWW site, Jan. 7, 2013 (Muir, Frank Herbert; b. Feb. 5, 1920, Ramsgate, Kent; d. Jan. 2, 1998; writer and broadcaster)

Wikipedia, 04-24-2014: (Frank Herbert Muir; b. 5 February 1920 in Kent; d. 2 January 1998) was an English comedy writer, radio and television personality, and raconteur; his writing and performing partnership with Denis Norden endured for most of their careers; together they wrote BBC radio's Take It From Here for over 10 years, and then appeared on BBC radio quizzes My Word! and My Music for another 35; Muir became Assistant Head of Light Entertainment at the BBC in the 1960s, and was then London Weekend Television's founding Head of Entertainment; his many writing credits include editorship of The Oxford Book of Humorous Prose; his only adult fictional work, Walpole orange, published in 1993)