John Lloyd (producer)

John Hardress Wilfred Lloyd is an English television producer, writer. He has worked on comedy television programmes including Not the Nine O'Clock News, Spitting Image, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Blackadder and QI, he is the presenter of BBC Radio 4's The Museum of Curiosity. Lloyd was born in England, his father, H. L.'Harpy' Lloyd, was an Anglo-Irish captain with the Royal Navy. As a child Lloyd lived in several different places; this led him to attend school properly only at the age of 9½. He was educated at West Hill Park School in Titchfield, Hampshire, a place where he claims bullying was "endemic", at The King's School, Canterbury, he read Law at Trinity College and was a member of the Footlights. There he befriended Douglas Adams, with whom he shared a flat. Lloyd is the great nephew of the soldier John Hardress Lloyd. Lloyd worked as a radio producer at the BBC between 1974 and 1978 and created The News Quiz, The News Huddlines, To The Manor Born and Quote... Unquote, he wrote Hordes of the Things with Andrew Marshall, co-authored two episodes of Doctor Snuggles with Douglas Adams, went on to co-write the fifth and sixth episodes of the first radio series of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy with Adams.

He produced The Burkiss Way. Lloyd worked as a TV producer at both the BBC, producing Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, ITV 1979–1989, where he created Not the Nine O'Clock News and Spitting Image, he produced all four Blackadder series. Lloyd was to have been the host of BBC topical news quiz Have I Got News For You, with the programme intended to be called John Lloyd's Newsround. A pilot episode of the show was recorded under this name in mid-1990, with Lloyd hosting alongside team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. Lloyd subsequently decided to pull out of hosting the programme full-time and the pilot episode was never broadcast. Lloyd was replaced by Angus Deayton as host and the show was renamed Have I Got News for You in time for its debut on BBC2 that year. Lloyd married Sarah Wallace in 1989, with whom he has three children, one of whom is Harry Lloyd and singer-songwriter of the band Waiting For Smith, he has worked as a TV commercials director on and off since 1987. His first new TV series for 14 years, QI starring Stephen Fry and Alan Davies, began on 11 September 2003 at 10pm on BBC Two for a run of 12 episodes.

In its eighth series, which started on BBC One in September 2010, Lloyd appeared as a panellist in one of the episodes. All episodes of QI have been directed by Ian Lorimer. Lloyd presents the radio series The Museum of Curiosity, which he co-created with producers Richard Turner and Dan Schreiber and former co-host Bill Bailey. In December 2011, Lloyd appeared as captain of the winning Trinity College, team on the Christmas University Challenge. Lloyd was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the 2011 New Year Honours for services to broadcasting. Lloyd was awarded an honorary degree from Southampton Solent University. In August 2014, Lloyd was one of 200 public figures who were signatories to a letter to The Guardian opposing Scottish independence in the run-up to September's referendum on that issue, his most recent work, 1,411 Quite Interesting Facts to Knock You Sideways, a collaboration with John Mitchinson and James Harkin, was published in 2014 by Faber and Faber. In a 2016 interview with the spiritual Beshara Magazine, Lloyd talked about the process of self-knowledge, explained his interest in the Indian guru, Nisargadatta Maharaj's book I Am That, in Sufi mysticism the works of the writer and Sufi teacher, Idries Shah.

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The Walls Group

The Walls Group is an American urban contemporary gospel group signed to RCA Records. The group consists of four siblings, two sisters, Rhea Walls and Ahjah Walls, two brothers, Darrel Walls and Alic "Paco" Walls. In 2012, the group broke through on the Billboard charts with their album The Walls Group, released on June 11, 2012. On September 2, 2014, they released their debut studio album, Fast Forward, with RCA Records and Fo Yo Soul Recordings, it charted on the Billboard 200; the Houston, Texas-based urban contemporary gospel quartet, The Walls Group, started in 2009. It is made up of four siblings, from oldest to youngest: Darrel McGlothen Walls, Rhea Walls, Alic Walls, Ahjah Walls; the quartet released The Walls Group, with Wall2Wall Entertainment, on June 11, 2012, the album charted on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart at No. 29. This caught the attention of Kirk Franklin, who signed them to Fo Yo Soul Recordings in association with RCA Records, they released their first studio album on September 2, 2014, Fast Forward.

The album charted on the Billboard 200 chart at No. 39, at the No. 1 spot on the Top Gospel Albums chart. This album got two four star out of five reviews from AllMusic's Andy Kellman and Dwayne Lacy of New Release Tuesday, Daniel Cody of Wade-O Radio says "It's not stale, it's not boring, it's not repetitive, but it is an exciting and fresh album." The group was nominated for Best Gospel Performance/Song at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards, for their song "Love on the Radio". The quartet is nominated at the 30th Stellar Awards in the following categories: Artist of the Year, Group/Duo of the Year, CD of the Year, the Contemporary Group/Duo of the Year, Contemporary CD of the Year, Music Video of the Year. In the beginning of 2019, it was publicly announced that The Walls Group had signed to Warryn Campbell's "My Block," record label along with many other artist. Darrel Walls - tenor Rhea Walls - soprano Alic "Paco" Walls - baritone Ahjah Walls - alto Fo Yo Soul Recordings profile

Roman Catholic Diocese of Augsburg

Diocese of Augsburg is a diocese of the Catholic Church in Germany. The diocese is a suffragan of the Archdiocese of Munich. According to the acts of the martyrdom of St. Afra, who with her handmaids suffered at the stake for Christ, there existed in Augsburg early in the fourth century a Christian community under Bishop Narcissus. St. Dionysius, uncle of St. Afra, is mentioned as his Successor. After the Congress of Vienna, where the diocese was restored, Franz Karl von Hohenlohe-Schillingsfurst was appointed bishop and Joseph Maria von Fraunberg was soon called to the archdiocese of Bamberg. There, they devolved upon their successors the important task of rearranging the external conditions and reanimating religious life, which had suffered sorely. Ignatius Albert von Riegg was successful in his endeavors to further the interests of souls, to raise the standard of popular education through the medium of numerous ordinances and frequent visitations, he assigned the administration and direction of studies in the Lyceum to the monks of the Benedictine Abbey of St. Stephen in Augsburg, founded by King Ludwig I of Bavaria.

Petrus von Richarz displayed energy and persistent zeal in promoting the interests of his diocese and the Catholic Church in general, encouraged the giving of missions to the people, the establishment of many religious institutions for the care of the sick and for educational purposes, superintended the training of the clergy. The same spirit characterized the labours of the succeeding bishops: Michael von Deinlein, who after a short episcopate was raised to the Archbishopric of Bamberg, he was succeeded by Maximilian von Lingg. Peter von Schaumberg Johann Graf von Werdenberg Friedrich Graf von Hohenzollern Heinrich von Lichtenau Christoph von Stadion Otto Truchseß von Waldburg Johann Eglof von Knöringen Marquard von Berg Johann Otto von Gemmingen Heinrich von Knöringen Sigmund Franz Erzherzog von Österreich † Johann Christoph Reichsritter von Freyberg-Allmendingen Alexander Sigmund Pfalzgraf am Rhein zu Neuburg Johann Franz Reichsgraf von Schenk von Stauffenberg Joseph Ignaz Philipp Landgraf von Hessen-Darmstadt Klemens Wenzeslaus Herzog von Sachsen Franz Karl Joseph Fürst von Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst † Joseph Maria Johann Nepomuk Freiherr von Fraunberg Ignatz Albert von Riegg, O.

S. A. Johann Peter von Richarz Michael von Deinlein Pankratius von Dinkel Petrus von Hötzl, O. F. M. Maximilian von Lingg Joseph Kumpfmüller † Josef Freundorfer † Josef StimpfleViktor Josef Dammertz, O. S. B. Walter Mixa Konrad Zdarsa Jean Heysterbach, O. P. Wilhelm Mader, O. Praem. Martin Dieminger Jodok Seitz, O. Praem. Jakob Goffredi Ulrich Geislinger, O. F. M. Johann Kerer Heinrich Negelin Johann Laymann Marcus Vetter Sebastian Breuning Michael Dornvogel 1554–1586) Peter Wall Sebastian Müller Kaspar Zeiler Johann Eustach Egolf von Westernach Johann Kasimir Röls Franz Theodor von Guttenberg Johann Jakob von Mayer Franz Xaver von Adelmann von Adelmannsfelden Johann Nepomuk August Ungelter von Deisenhausen Franz Karl Joseph von Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst Appointed Bishop of Augsburg Johann Baptist Judas Thaddeus von Keller Peter Göbl Josef Kumpfmüller Franz Xaver Eberle 1934–1951) Manfred Müller Karl Reth Joseph Zimmermann Rudolf Schmid Maximilian Ziegelbauer Josef Grünwald Anton Losinger Florian Wörner Basilica of Sts.

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