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by David Winter

On the riverbank
I am fast reaching the age at which many of my friends are now safely encamped the other side of the Jordan. One recent emigrant (if I may put it that way) was a friend and colleague at the BBC for nearly 20 years, David Hatch. I went to his memorial service in All Souls’, Langham Place, last week.

David had been a leading light in Cambridge Footlights. He was a talented writer of comic scripts, and an even better producer of comedy ...

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