And now Jeff Rawle (Drop The Dead Donkey) and Ed Coleman (Pride) are recreating one of the most successful double acts in British TV history, rag-and-bone man
Albert Steptoe and his son Harold.
The novel is set in the spring of 2005 and tells the story of Hadi Al Attag, a rag-and-bone man
who lives in a populous district of Baghdad.
David Lomon was a 19-year-old rag-and-bone man
in east London when he volunteered to join left-wing forces battling General Francisco Franco's nationalist troops in the 1936-1939 conflict.
Cliff Hodgson, who was 89, lived at his junkyard.
IN the 1930s/40s down the docks area, there was a rag-and-bone man
with a horse and cart, who cruised the streets of the area plying his trade.
The junk-filled garden, in Monikie, Angus, belongs to Alexander Ewart, who is know as Steptoe after the TV rag-and-bone man
SCRAP' GOLD: This Persian gold cup once acquired by a rag-and-bone man
has sold for pounds 50,000
From composting evidence dating as far back as 4000 years ago in China to the age-old tradition of the rag-and-bone man
, reuse and recycling was commonplace, even the norm.
Equally fine is ``Botellero,'' which samples the calls of a rag-and-bone man
on his rounds.