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Beecham

Sir Thomas. 1879--1961, English conductor who did much to promote the works of Delius, Sibelius, and Richard Strauss
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The Humane Society's Wendy Higgins said: "In places like the Amer Fort, a Beecham House location, elephant McNAIR routinely carry tourists and heavy loads uphill in blistering heat without water or proper shade, often suffering painful sores on their feet from the hot paths.
Back at Beecham House a beautiful and mysterious young woman turns up and commandeers the baby, much to the vexation of John's mum played by Lesley Nicol.
In the six-part series, John Beecham - played by Tom Bateman, 30 - ruffles feathers as he tries to trade in a city dominated by the ever-powerful British East India Company.
Set in India in 1795, the drama follows former soldier turned wealthy trader John Beecham (Tom Bateman, far right), who is about to be the master of a grand house on the outskirts of Delhi.
Metcalfe was born in 1795 and went to India in 1813 -- but Beecham House is set earlier than this, when there were very few Brits in Delhi.
JEREMY Beecham boasts decades of experience in North East politics.
Beecham Peacock fended off stiff competition to again be awarded Team of the Year in the Family Law category at the prestigious Northern Law Awards 2018.
FORMER Newcastle Council leader Jeremy Beecham - now Lord Beecham - was in poetic mood when he spoke in the House of Lords.
Beecham Research is the Knowledge Partner for the Digital Catapult Open-LPWAN initiative.