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  1. › wiki › John_PeelJohn Peel - Wikipedia

    John Robert Parker Ravenscroft OBE (30 August 1939 – 25 October 2004), better known as John Peel, was an English radio presenter and journalist. He was the longest-serving of the original disc jockeys on BBC Radio 1, broadcasting regularly from 1967 until his death in 2004.

  2. (This page is about Peel's wife, whom he nicknamed The Pig. For the English musician Raymond Watts whose project is of the same name, see Pig(2)). Sheila Mary Ravenscroft (née Gilhooly; born 27 October 1948) is of Irish Catholic descent, and was born in Bradford, Yorkshire. She was married to...

  3. Shirley Ann Milburn. Shirley Ann Milburn (16 February 1949 - 20 June 1987) was Peel's first wife, who was an American he married in 1965. She was an orphan (both parents died in 1965) Peel had first got to know through letters and calls on WRR in Dallas, where he was working.

  4. Peel and his wife headed for Cuzco, Peru, on what was described as a working vacation. He had already been suffering with problems related to diabetes, and while in Peru he died from a sudden heart attack on October 25, 2004.

  5. Alan Ravenscroft (born 18 December 1946) is John Peel's younger brother along with Francis. He is best known to Peel listeners as the family member who appeared most frequently in Peel's anecdotes of family life before he married Sheila Gilhooly and founded a family of his own.

  6. 23 de ene. de 2020 · Baskett has helped the Sun Devils the last two years in a volunteer capacity after reaching out to the school when she and her husband, former Utah football player John Peel moved to Arizona.

  7. 9 de oct. de 2005 · Jamie Doward. In 1996, while watching the TT races on the Isle of Man, John Peel received a phone call from his daughter, Danda. Sheila, Peel's wife, and Danda's mother, had suffered a brain...