Talk:Spike Milligan

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Tombstone moved ?[edit]

Most definitely not: I was in Winchelsea this February, and not only is it still there but there were directions as to where to find it inside the church. Andrew G. Doe (talk) 22:54, 15 June 2016 (UTC)

Appearances in Australia[edit]

Milligan voiced the animated dog in the TV commercials for Grosby Shipmates (shoes) using his Eccles voice. 'Grosby Shipmates, they're great mate! Woof!' He appeared in an episode of 'Rita and Wally' a sit-com spin-off from 'My Name's McGooley, What's Yours? (ATN 7). Milligan played a pest exterminator, and quite literally brought the house down - he tore the entire set apart, while the two lead players, John Meillon and Judi Farr stood open-mouthed watching. (talk) 22:35, 23 August 2016 (UTC)

British-Irish vs Irish-British[edit]

Seems to be the most regular edit to the page, lately - "British-Irish" will be changed to "Irish-British", then changed back to "British-Irish" a few days later, then changed again to "Irish-British", and so on.

Is there a definitive "house style" that covers this, and is there any way it can be decided on and locked in stone?

Chris Keating (talk) 13:19, 10 February 2017 (UTC)

We find a reliable source that explicitly uses one of these terms. Then we use that term and add the reference next to it. --Redrose64 🌹 (talk) 15:36, 10 February 2017 (UTC)