Bleasdale


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Bleasdale

(ˈbliːzdeɪl)
n
(Biography) Alan. born 1946, British playwright, best known for his television series The Boys From the Blackstuff (1983) and GBH (1991)
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Tonight's party will feature sets from K Klass, Paul Bleasdale, Anthony Probyn, Andy Mac and Rob Harnetty; while tomorrow K Klass (pictured) Paul Bleasdale and Anthony Probyn are joined by Stuart Hodson and Samuel Lamont.
Madigan and Langfield caught a taxi to Sugar Hut on Victoria Street, where they met another friend, Mark Bleasdale, then entered the club at 12.20am.
Alongside the battered woman the message reads: "Is it so hard to see black and blue?" Cecilia Bleasdale bought the PS50 dress for her daughter Grace's wedding on Colonsay.
ATHLETE Holly Bleasdale, above, has launched Heart Research UK & Subway Family 5k Run which takes place in Bute Park on Sunday, June 22.
BRITAIN'S Holly Bleasdale is ready to make herself public enemy number one at the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Sopot by again today beating a psychologically "weak" home-town favourite.
HOLLY BLEASDALE secured Britain's first medal of the European Indoor Championships with a gold in the pole vault following a jump-off with Poland's Anna Rogowska.
HOLLY Bleasdale won Britain's first title at the European Indoor Championships, with team-mate James Dasaolu agonisingly close to making it a golden double in Gothenburg.
OLYMPIC pole vault finalist Holly Bleasdale soared to the top of the world rankings as she sealed her place on the British team for the European Indoor Championships in Gothenburg.
ATHLETICS: Britain's Holly Bleasdale set a season's best of 4.75 metres to win the pole vault at yesterday's Russian Classic in Moscow.
Great Britain's Jo Pavey and Julia Bleasdale also enjoyed good starts, with both women jogging at a consistent pace.