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Charles Tate Regan

Charles Tate Regan FRS was a British ichthyologist, working around the beginning of the 20th century. He did extensive work on fish classification schemes. Born in Sherborne, Dorset, he was educated at Derby School and Queens' College, Cambridge and in 1901 joined the staff of the Natural History Museum, where he became Keeper of Zoology, director of the entire museum, in which role he served from 1927 to 1938. Regan was elected Fellow of the Royal Society in 1917. Regan mentored a number of scientists, among them Ethelwynn Trewavas, who continued his work at the British Natural History Museum. Among the species he described. In turn, a number of fish species have been named regani in his honour: Anadoras regani Apistogramma regani Apogon regani Astroblepus regani Callionymus regani Cetostoma regani Crenicichla regani Diaphus regani Engyprosopon regani Gambusia regani Hemipsilichthys regani Holohalaelurus regani Hoplichthys regani Hypostomus regani Julidochromis regani Lycozoarces regani Neosalanx regani Salvelinus inframundus Symphurus regani Trichomycterus regani Tylochromis regani Vieja regani Zebrias regani Category:Taxa named by Charles Tate Regan Regan, C. T.

"A revision of the British and Irish fishes of the genus Coregonus " Annals and Magazine of Natural History 2, 482-490 Regan, C. T; the Freshwater Fishes of the British Isles Methuen & Co. Ltd.: London

Timeline of UKTV

This is a timeline of UKTV, a television company that broadcasts seven television channels in the UK. 1991 16 October – Thames Television loses its ITV franchise.1992 1 November – UK Gold launches. The channel shows archive programming from the BBC and Thames Television archives.1993 Tele-Communications Inc. takes a stake in UK Gold. 1 September – Sky Multichannels launches, resulting in UK Gold becoming a pay channel. Flextech purchases TCI’s stake in UK Gold.1994 January – TCI acquires a 60.4% stake in Flextech. This gives the company a 25% stake in UK Gold.1995 No events.1996 Flextech and the BBC hold talks about a partnership to launch a new range of channels. Rival company BSkyB holds talks with the Corporation but the BBC is against BSkyB involvement.1997 March – The BBC and Flextech agree a deal to launch a series of BBC-branded channels – BBC Showcase, for entertainment. 1 November – UK Horizons, UK Style and UK Arena launch. However they are only available full-time on cable as on the Astra satellite they share a single transponder and each channel broadcasting at certain times of the day.

The channels use the ‘UK’ prefix because Flextech wanted these channels to carry adverts but the BBC did not. BBC Showcase/Catch-Up and BBC Learning are removed from the venture, launch the following year as BBC Choice and BBC Knowledge respectively.1998 1 October – Sky Digital launches, allowing all four channels to broadcast full-time, UKTV sets up an additional spin-off channel for the platform – UK Gold Classics. UK Gold had moved towards showing newer programmes so the new channel was used to broadcast the older programming which been displaced from the main channel; the channel is a part-time service. 10 October – UK Play launches as a music and comedy channel. This channel is the proposed TV version of Radio 1 but in the end there it has no tie-up with Radio 1. 15 November – Digital terrestrial service OnDigital launches and UK Play, UK Gold, UK Horizons and UK Style are carried on the platform although Horizons and Style share a single channel slot. UKTV is given an additional slot, allowing Horizons and Style to broadcast full-time.1999 April – UK Gold Classics is renamed UK Gold 2.

It operates as a time shift service of UK Gold by broadcasting the channel's daytime output during the evening. 2000 30 March – UK Arena closes and is replaced by UK Drama. November – UK Play is renamed Play UK.2001 5 November – UK Food launches. UK Style focusses on programming to do with the home.2002 1 May – ITV Digital stops broadcasting, resulting in UKTV's channels disappearing from terrestrial television. 30 September – Play UK closes due to low ratings following the closure of ITV Digital. 30 October – Freeview launches and UKTV launches UK History for the new terrestrial platform.2003 15 January – UK Bright Ideas launches as a lifestyle channel for Freeview. The channel shows content from UK Style and UK Food and is used as a showcase for the channels on pay-tv platforms. 12 November – UK Gold 2 is renamed UK G2. It broadcasts its own schedule and is no longer a time shift of UK Gold.2004 8 March – The UKTV prefix is added to all channels, e.g. UK Gold becomes UKTV Gold. UKTV People launches.

UKTV Documentary replaces UK Horizons. March – A new digital terrestrial pay service, Top Up TV, launches and three of UKTV's channels – UK Gold, UK Style and UK Food – form part of the service of ten channels, each broadcasting on a part-time basis. November – UKTV launches its first +1 channel – for UKG2.2005 23 February – UKTV Style Gardens launches as a gardening spin-off from UKTV Style.2006 No events.2007 UKTV Style Gardens is renamed UKTV Gardens. 15 October – Dave launches as "the home of witty banter". It replaces UKTV G2; the channel launches on Freeview, replacing UKTV Bright Ideas. It launches with a +1 channel; the channel is available from day one on Freeview, replacing UKTV Bright Ideas which closes down to make way for Dave.2008 11 June – UKTV announces that, following the successful launch of Dave, it will rebrand all of its channels from generic, UKTV-prefixed names to individual and separate brands. 7 October – Watch launches as UKTV’s flagship entertainment channel. It replaces UKTV Bright Ideas.

Alibi launches as a crime drama channel. UKTV Gold becomes a comedy-only channel but retains the GOLD branding which stands for Go On Laugh Daily.2009 26 January – Eden launches as a natural history channel, replacing UKTV Documentary. 17 February – Blighty replaces UKTV People. 2 March – UKTV History is renamed Yesterday. 30 April – UKTV Style is renamed Home and the channel once again incorporates gardening programming. 19 May – Really launches as a female-orientated lifestyle channel. It replaces UKTV Gardens.. UKTV Gardens is closed to make way for its content moves to Home. 22 June – UK Food is renamed Good Food. 2010 31 August – UKTV launches its first high definition channel – Good Food HD. 4 October – UKTV launches its second HD channel – for Eden.2011 2 August – Really launches on Freeview. 15 August – Virgin Media agrees to sell its 50% stake in UKTV to Scripps Networks Interactive in a deal worth £339m. October – High definition versions of Dave and Watch launch.2012 3 July – Alibi HD launches.2013 8 July – Drama launches, replacing Blighty.

The channel launches on free-to-air platform Freeview. However it does not launch on Virgin Media until 14 August.2014 4 August – UKTV launches its video on demand s

Robson Alves da Silva

Robson Alves da Silva, known as Robson, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Marília Atlético Clube. Robson played for Brazilian clubs Flamengo and Cabofriense between 2004 and 2008. On December 15, 2008 it was announced that Robson, fellow Brazilian Jefferson had signed one-year deals to play for A-League club Gold Coast United. Robson was spotted playing for a match arranged for scouts in Rio de Janeiro, he scored on his A-League debut for Gold Coast United United against Brisbane Roar in a 3-1 victory. After an impressive debut performance against Brisbane Roar where Robson scored the third goal in the 3-1 win, he was offered a 3-year deal by Gold Coast which he signed, he was caught drunk driving after a night out with friends. Robson landed himself in hot water once more with Gold Coast manager Miron Bleiberg and faced being axed from Gold Coast United, after he failed to show up to a Youth League game after being dropped from the first XI soon after the loss to Adelaide United. FlamengoCopa Record Rio de Futebol: 2005 Gold Coast United profile CBF profile

Bill Roney

Bill Roney is an Australian former rugby league footballer who played in the 1950s and 1960s. He played for Eastern Parramatta in the New South Wales Rugby League competition. Roney was born in Sydney, New South Wales and played his junior rugby league for Clovelly. Roney made his first grade debut for Eastern Suburbs in 1959. In 1960, Eastern Suburbs reached the NSWRL grand final against St George. Roney played at centre as St George were never troubled by Easts winning their 5th straight premiership 31–6 at the Sydney Cricket Ground. In 1961, Roney was selected to play for NSW City. At club level, Easts finished just outside the top 5 in Roney's 2 final seasons at the club. In 1963, Roney joined Parramatta. Between 1947 and 1961, the club had finished last 9 times but under the arrival of coach Ken Kearney became a competitive side. In Roney's first year at Parramatta, the club reached the preliminary final but were defeated by St George. In 1964, Parramatta enjoyed their best season since entering the competition finishing the regular season in 2nd place.

The club again were defeated by Balmain. Roney retired following the conclusion of the 1964 season. Roney went on to become a doctor and a surgeon and ran a practice in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs

Pakiri

Pakiri is a locality in Auckland, in the former Rodney District of New Zealand. Leigh is about 9 kilometres to the south-east; the Pakiri River flows into the Hauraki Gulf to the north-east. The area is named for Te Kiri. Pakiri Beach is a 14-kilometre-long white sandy beach to the north; the Auckland Regional Council purchased two blocks of land in 2005, totalling 178 hectares, with three kilometres of beach frontage, is developing the whole amount as a regional park. Suction dredging has been used to mine sand from the sea floor off the coast since the 1950s; this had caused some controversy in 1994, when 170,000 cubic metres of sand was to be extracted to bolster the popular Mission Bay in Auckland, was brought to the Planning Tribunal in the case Haddon v Auckland Regional Council for violation of the Resource Management Act 1991, its provisions for kaitiakitanga. Pakiri School is a coeducational full primary school; the school is co education and Most children are of Māori descent and are affiliated to Ngati Wai and Ngati Manuhiri.

The school celebrated its 125th jubilee in 2002

Andrey Ilyin

Andrey Yepifanovich Ilyin is a Soviet and Russian film and theater actor. Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, he was awarded the Order of Friendship. A member of the public organization Union of Cinematographers of the Russian Federation; the actor received wide recognition after he played the role of Chistyakov, husband of Anastasia Kamenskaya, the title character of the series Kamenskaya. His first wife was Lyudmila Voroshilova, assistant professor of acting at the Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute. Unregistered relations with Aleksandra Tabakova, a Soviet and Russian actress, daughter of Oleg Tabakov. Second wife was Olga. Unregistered marriage with Inga Rutkiewicz, editor on television. Son - Tikhon. 1992 Encore, Once More Encore! as sergeant 1995 What a Wonderful Game as Feliks Rayevsky 2004 Moscow Saga as Savva Kitaygorodsky 2005 Adjutants of Love as Roman Mongo-Stolypin, prince 2006 Filipp's Bay as Ivin 2006 Moscow Mission as Grishin 2014 Vasilisa as Yelagin Andrey Ilyin on IMDb Official Site Andrey Ilin // ailyin.ru Andrey Ilin // Ruskino.ru