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Aitch, whose resume lists work for royalty, diplomats and other VIPs, cited the example of British Prime Minister David Cameron, whose decision to forego motorcycle outriders drew concern after his official car was pictured caught in London's slow-moving traffic a few years ago.
Aitch as he also points out, is the most notable exception, another being zee or its variant zed.
The festival June 25 to June 27 also sees the return of Glastonbury's true local pub The Crown, which will host gigs from the likes of Rob da Bank and Aitch B from Soul II Soul.
Egovision has designed and implemented the web site with Aitch:creative.
Life for him, wife Deedee (Amanda Redman), guests Aitch (Cavan Kendall, who died soon after shooting) and Jackie (Julianne White), and local houseboy Enrique (Alvaro Monje) may never be the same again.
Plus, following extremely high demand, Manchester rapper Aitch has released further dates for his tour with an additional show at Manchester Academy 1 this December.
Jade Bird, Tom Walker, Slowthai and Aitch are among the latest artists to join the bill.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Phonics 9 Aitch 10 Tiles 11 Leonine 12 Emu 13 Skeleton 16 Newcomer 17 Ebb 19 Ruffled 21 Ruler 22 Grave 23 Lanyard.
Ian Aitch Scotland will walk all over them if they play like how they have been lately.
His rapacious agent urges him to write fantasy or, better, phantasy 'with a pee aitch' and gives him a winning 'formula' which reads as a hilarious resume of Lord of the Rings!
The drummer too looks incredible like Aitch Bembridge, probably because it's the man himself, adding real 2-Tone credentials to the proceedings, especially as he has been a member of The Selecter and The Specials.
THE contribution of art to health and wellbeing is something that has long interested artist Kay Aitch, whose exhibition, Observation and Imagination, is on at the Creative Arts Hub in Mirfield until the end of the month.