Tony Hiller, creator of the Brotherhood of Man – obituary

Ony Hiller, who has died aged 91, was for decades a prolific, versatile and highly successful figure within the British popular music industry; he was perhaps most noted as the creator of the group Brotherhood of Man, which in the 1970s won the Eurovision Song Contest and enjoyed such chart-topping hits as Save Your Kisses for Me.

The band had two incarnations. The first was put together by Hiller, then a music publisher and songwriter, as well as a producer for Decca Records, in the late 1960s. It was made up of session singers he knew, among them Roger Greenaway, who would himself subsequently pen hits such as Iвd Like to Teach the World to Sing.

This Brotherhood of Man was best known for...


Michelin Guide 2019: The UK's best restaurants announced

At this year's ceremony the Michelin Guide also collaborated with the World Avocado Organisation (WAO) to celebrate the brunch staple in all its glory, which is the first time the guide has worked with a fruit.

The iconic book hopes to encourage people to think past smashed avocado on toast with guests at the event dining on white miso tofu filled with avocado mousse, topped with caviar and a warm roast chicken broth; and avocado macarons, filled with white chocolate and avocado ganache and raspberry.

The Michelin Guide 2019 full list

Three Star:


Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester 

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay

The Araki

Outside London

Fat Duck

Waterside Inn


Two Star:


Источник: The Independent

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