Robin Ray

Robin Ray (17 September 1934 – 29 November 1998) was an English broadcaster, actor, and musician.

Read more about Robin Ray:  Career, Personal Life and Death

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... At launch it was compiled over the first few years by Robin Ray who over a period of time brought 50,000 items of music into the playlist, and personally awarded each a star ... adapted for Classical music by Howard, Robin Ray and others to include many more fields and categories and deal with many more rotation rules to create a playlist ... stated when deciding a copyright dispute over the playlist in favour of Robin Ray against Classic FM "A detailed categorisation of each track of music in Classic FM's library fed as a data base into Selector enabled ...
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... the pseudonym of the British illustrator and comic book artist Robin Ray ... Robin Ray has also worked under the pseudonyms Janssens, Baldur Grimm and Robbins ... Robin Ray has gained fame with his erotic and above all sadomasochist content ...
Robin Ray - Personal Life and Death
... Married to children's TV presenter, Susan Stranks from 1960, Robin Ray died from lung cancer at the age of 64, in 1998 ... His brother Andrew Ray was an actor, who died in 2003, also at the age of 64 ...

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