GreenJolly – Orange Revolution 2004 Mastermind

Eurovision Song Contest 2005 participant
 


Sally Ann Triplett


The News Review:

– Sally Ann Triplett
– Road record to give Pool edge.(Sports)
– Contract Market News ‘” 25/03/04 – Off the record on the QT and very…

Sally Ann Triplett
Stage – Mar 25, 2004
It has taken me 22 years but now I’m back. ” She has packed a lot into the intervening years. Almost immediately there was another shot at Eurovision – in 1982 working with her then-boyfriend Steve Fisher she was part of a duo called Bardo who represented Britain at the competition in Harrogate. “We were pop stars for a good nine months and did two other singles but then it dwindled off. ” She looks back on it with what she describes as really fond memories and great affection. “Though at the time Eurovision was a bit frowned upon I’m proud now of what we did. But I remember sitting at home one day thinking ‘I went to college to do theatre work’ but I wasn’t doing it… “We were pop stars for a good nine months and did two other singles but then it dwindled off. ” She looks back on it with what she describes as really fond memories and great affection. “Though at the time Eurovision was a bit frowned upon I’m proud now of what we did. But I remember sitting at home one day thinking ‘I went to college to do theatre work’ but I wasn’t doing it. So I bought The Stage – I didn’t have an agent for years – and went to audition for a show that didn’t then happen. However the MD John Owen Edwards told me he wanted me to sing for something in Leeds and I got the lead role. It was called Alice – Anthony Phillips a founder member of Genesis wrote the music and Nicholas Hytner directed it at Leeds Playhouse.

Road record to give Pool edge.(Sports)
highbeam.com – Mar 25, 2004
find The Racing Post (London England) articles. Byline: Steve Davies YOU’D have thought Marseille were bidding for Eurovision glory as well as the Uefa Cup.

Contract Market News ‘” 25/03/04 – Off the record on the QT and very…
Contractor UK – Mar 25, 2004
And I’m sure you’d pass the first stage of the interview. If you’re thinking of becoming the next James Bond don’t bother looking for contracts that contain MI5 or MI6 in the search criteria. You would get as many hits as England’s effort in last year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Mention GCHQ and you will either be taken away for questioning or worse find only one or two contracts. Even putting the word secret gets you fewer than 20 postings per month. But what about the people who protect us from the nasty beasties that can attack us via the Internet? The guardians of firewalls (am I getting a little too LOTRs now?). What can they expect? Well firewall contract requirements have been increasing from mid-thirties in September last year to over 100 this month.

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