Richard Keith Skues, aged 18 months


Sign on the house of original Lambs' Meadow in Holmesfield, Derbyshire.


Armorial bearings granted to Keith by the College of Arms, London on 4th March 1981.


In RAF mess kit. Holmesfield, Derbyshire. October 1995.


With musical director and composer Les Reed, Norwich. August 1998.


With Brian Willey BBC radio producer. Newmarket, 1998.


With Hank Marvin of the Shadows. Norwich, October 1998


American singer George Benson with Mohamed El Fayed and KS. Harrod's boardroom, London, January 1999


Back to the Gulf. In uniform again Keith with Radio Norfolk broadcaster Wally Webb at Ali Al Salem air base in Kuwait. February 1999.


KS during a broadcast with Radio London, off Walton-on-the-Naze, August 1999


Acting as compere for the Proms in the Park with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Ipswich, June 2000.


Appearing at the Brighton Sixties Festival radio presenters Brian Matthew, Keith Skues and Mike Read. August 2000.


With singer Craig Douglas at the Brighton Sixties Festival, August 2000.


Relaxing on the Norfolk Broads,
October 2000.


Hello Honda - Farewell Ford, What two cars with the same registration number? Norwich, November 2000.


KS with veteran entertainer Ronnie Ronalde. Beccles, Suffolk 11 September 2001, the fateful day of 9/11 in the USA.


RAFVR reunion at RAF Halton. Left to right: Gerry Monte, Keith Skues, Gordon Ducker, Alex Dickson, Colin Gower &
George Cunningham. November 2001.


With singer Tammy Let me Try Again Jones. Norwich 2002.


With singer David Essex. Norwich. October 2002,


RKS at the new BBC studios for his first broadcast from The Forum, Norwich 30 June 2003.


Kate Adie and Keith first met at BBC Radio Durham, then in Saudi Arabia during the Gulf War and on this occasion in June 2003. Hodsock Priory, Nottinghamshire.


Filming for Anglia TV. Harwich, July 2003.


With Norman Lamb, MP for North Norfolk. Stalham. November 2003.


Radio London Big L reunion on board RMS Queen Mary on River Thames, London. Left to right: Tom Danahar, Mitch the Steward, Duncan Johnson, Norman St John, lan 'The Wombat' Damon and Keith Skues. February 2005.


Final daily KS Show from The Forum. With members who have helped on programme during its ten-year run for BBC Eastern Counties. Norwich, April 2005.


Keith, reading his ad-libs. Final daily show for BBC Eastern Counties, April 2005.


Asking Tony Christie Is This the Way to Amarillo?. Gold Badge Awards, Savoy Hotel, London October 2005.

 


HRH The Duke of Kent chats to Keith at  the Royal Masonic Variety Show.

 
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