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Baylis

1.  Lillian Mary. 1874--1937, British theatre manager: founded the Old Vic (1912) and the Sadler's Wells company for opera and ballet (1931)
2. Trevor (Graham). born 1937, British inventor of the clockwork radio (1992)
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Mr Baylis invented the radio in his garden shed in 1991 to help halt the spread of Aids in Africa.
David Bunting, who runs his company, Trevor Baylis Brands, said he had been ill for a long time and has no living relatives.
Everyone is making plays, and we are winning, so that is all that matters," Baylis said.
Marc Baylis with fellow panto star Crissy Rock as one of the Ugly Sisters Picture: IAN COOPER
A well-bred filly hailing from the family of Damson and Geminiani, Lilian Baylis took three attempts to get off the mark for Luca Cumani, finally striking gold when tried over a mile and a quarter at Pontefract last month.
That's the tragedy of the whole situation," says Baylis.
Baylis said: "It's been this massive secret so it's nice to be able to talk about it.
Baylis explained in the press release that, prior to the reforms of the early 2000s it was difficult in India to transport grain across state lines.
Mr Batstone, who is aged 66 and lives in Coventry, was recognised for making more than 75 donations while Mrs Baylis, who is 75 and has been giving blood since 1960, was honoured for making more than 100 donations.
Baylis, who is best known for his wind-up radio invention, expressed his anxiousness over the Google generation saying that young people are losing their creativity and practical experience as they rely more on the internet.
Baylis, who is also known for inventing the wind-up radio, believes this 'Google generation' is losing creativity and skills as they are spending a lot of time in front of screens.
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