Warwick Broadhead’s CV
For all beings (humans, animals, rocks, insects, plants, the atmosphere etc) to be well and happy
To experience as much as possible
To walk [with baggage carried by a porter. Potential porters should apply to Warwick]
To be at peace – along with the world
To give up wishing.. and Do
Well, sad news kinda, but he had such a very interesting life. He created such amazing art, constantly. He was one of a kind and he’ll never be bettered or equaled.
For me, the last scene of ‘Angels in America’sums up his humanity, and fierce intelligence.
Finding this very hard to write. So much of his art has moved me deeply. And, by gods, he created so much on stage and screen.
Hurlyburly,The Real Thing,Steamers,The Apple Tree, The Little Foxes,Nichols and May, The Graduate,The Gin Game,Wit,Spamalot,Closer,Whoopi,The Birdcage,Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,
oh, wow, sad new, a young man. And didn’t we all jump to ‘Jump’. Seemed to be in every second movie.
Authorities in Georgia say Chris Kelly, a member of the 90s rap duo Kriss Kross, has died in Atlanta.
Investigator Betty Honey of the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s office said the 34-year-old Kelley was pronounced dead around 5 p.m. Wednesday at the south campus of the Atlanta Medical Center.
Honey said authorities are unsure of Kelly’s cause of death and that an autopsy has yet to be performed.
Met him once. Had strong opinions.
Gardening guru Eion Scarrow spent his final weeks advising the residents and staff of Apirangi Village in Te Kauwhata on how to deal with the drought conditions that threatened to scuttle the village’s gardens.
It was a fitting role for the man who dug a career from the earth, providing viewers of popular garden show Dig This with all they needed to know about producing the best vegetables and most beautiful flowers.
So when Scarrow died on Anzac Day the gardening world lost one of it’s most hardy soldiers – a man whose weapons of choice were a spade and pitch fork.
Scarrow, 81, presented Dig This from 1972-1986, he also presented gardening programmes on radio for 30 years, wrote columns for several publications and took garden tours to 90 countries as well as writing a total of 24 books.