Alistair Cooke

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Noun1.Alistair Cooke - United States journalist (born in England in 1908)
England - a division of the United Kingdom
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1946: Alastair Cooke read his first Letter From America on BBC Radio.
A cricket bat signed by England's leading Ashes run scorer and Yorkshire Bank ambassador Alastair Cooke was raffled off during the event and raised pounds 860 for the FSC's nominated charity Mary Stevens Hospice in Stourbridge.
Perhaps we might be satisfied with the opinion of Alastair Cooke, who claimed the two contestants achieved such grace that their performance "looked more like ballet than a game where you hit a ball."
1946 - Alastair Cooke read his first Letter From America on BBC Radio.
It can't be because I was too old because there are people like Alastair Cooke and Humphrey Lyttleton who are older than me.