Protected: Songs from Winnie the Pooh with Alexander Armstrong (1989)


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Alexander Armstrong (1989) is a successful comedian, actor, writer and television presenter. He read English at Cambridge and was a choral scholar at Trinity. Alexander is best-known as half of the comedy duo Armstrong and Miller who starred in four series of The Armstrong and Miller Show. He has hosted the BBC series Have I Got News For You more than 20 times and has co-presented the hugely popular TV quiz show Pointless, alongside Richard Osman (a fellow Trinity alumnus) since 2009. In 2015, his fourth and fifth books were published: , The A – Z of Pointless (co-authored with Richard Osman),  and Land of the Midnight Sun, in which Alexander documented the adventures had during his two-month trip to the Arctic for ITV. In addition to this, 2015 saw Alexander release a classical album, A Year of Songs which topped the Classical Music charts.In November 2016, he released his second album, Upon a Different Shore. (Photographer: David Scheinmann.)

Rachel Marshall neé Shannon (1989) was a contemporary of Alexander’s in the choir at Trinity, where she read Music. Rachel enjoys a varied career as teacher and singer and has performed with many of the leading vocal ensembles in the UK. With the company New Chamber Opera she specialises in Classical opera.


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