steptoe

steptoe

[′step‚tō]
(geology)
An isolated protrusion of bedrock, such as the summit of a hill or mountain, in a lava flow.
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A BRAND new production of Steptoe and Son marks 55 years since the beloved show was first broadcast.
A team led by Associate Professor Ray Steptoe at the UQ Diamantina Institute has been able to 'turn-off' the immune response which causes allergic reaction in animals.
The latest picture book from Coretta Scott King Illustrator Award winner Javaka Steptoe (In Daddy's Arms I Am Tall) is a striking portrait of artist and cultural phenomenon Jean-Michel Basquiat.
The 41-year-old was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after Leonard Steptoe, 73, was struck by a car in Sewall Highway, Wyken, on April 28 and later died.
LOST SITCOMS: STEPTOE AND SON BBC4, 9pm THE Lost Sitcoms - no, not a comedy made about those plane passengers stranded on a desert island, but some of the most iconic shows from 'olden times' where the original recordings have been lost from the BBC archives.
BEST OF THE REST Steptoe (Jeff Rawle) and Harold (Ed Coleman) in the one-off remake LOST SITCOMS: STEPTOE AND SON BBC4, 9pm THE Lost Sitcoms - no, not a comedy made about those plane passengers stranded on a desert island, but some of the most iconic shows from 'olden times' where the original recordings have been lost from the BBC archives.
COMEDY Using an original script, Jeff Rawle and Ed Coleman re-create one of the most successful double acts of British television, playing Albert Steptoe and his son Harold.
LOST SITCOMS: STEPTOE AND SON BBC4, Wednesday, 9pm STEPTOE and Son is one of the best-loved sitcoms in British TV history and was first broadcast as a one off special as part of the BBC's Comedy Playhouse season in 1962.
And now Jeff Rawle (Drop The Dead Donkey) and Ed Coleman (Pride) are recreating one of the most successful double acts in British TV history, rag-and-bone man Albert Steptoe and his son Harold.
Despite all Harold Steptoe's bluster and grandiose ideology in Steptoe and Son he always accepted himself as a rag and bone man.