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"That's Life" is a popular song written by Dean Kay and Kelly Gordon and first recorded by Marion Montgomery. The most famous version is by Frank Sinatra. Enter here for the latest competitions and puzzles from that's life! Lots of prizes to win each week. Pick up a copy of the magazine to enter.
Please check your email to activate your myproperty24 account. In the autumn of , Frank Sinatra was at Western Recorders, where he began work on a new album with producer Jimmy Bowen, made up of ten tracks arranged by Ernie freeman.
When it was released as a single, less than a month later, it made the Billboard Hot on 19 November — the highest new entry of the week, entering at No. By Christmas Eve , Frank was at No. The LP made the very last Billboard album chart of , and eventually hit No.
Russ Regan had found the title song for Frank. While I was there, one of the writers, Kelly Gordon, brought the song to me, and wanted to record it himself.
Dame Esther was joined by various co-presenters throughout the run who would add extra personality by reading out contributions from viewers or singing. Now as it's set to return to screens, we look back at what became of some of the faces behind one of British TV's most fondly remembered shows.
The cast of That's Life in She went on to become a radio sound effects manager, researcher and news reporter.
But it was the crusading consumer show That's Life, which ran on BBC1 from to with ratings often topping 22million, that made her a household name. A segment on child abuse was the inspiration for the launch of Childline in That's Life presenter Esther Rantzen pictured in She has hinted she may return to the revamped version of the show as a consultant.
She was shocked to read about a toddler who starved to death while locked in a bedroom and suggested the programme produce a special show to help child abuse victims accompanied by a helpline. Aside from her television career, she's involved with more than 55 charities, focusing her efforts on helping children, vulnerable older people and disabled people. Dame Esther, now 78, presented That's Life from to She's now patron or vice-president of 55 different charities ans still works in television.
The actress was a contributor on the show from to , after a lengthy spell on the BBC soap Angels and an appearance on Dr Who. After her departure from the show she concentrated mainly on theatre work, and radio plays as part of the BBC's Radio Drama Company.
Her longest theatre stint was as Rosie in Mamma Mia, spending two years touring internationally and five years in London's West End. Joanna's most recent role was June in Sandi Toksvig's play Silver Lining in , which is returning to stage next year. Sheffield-born Robert Cox, known as Doc Cox because of his habit of carrying his lunch in a doctor's bag, was the warm-up act for That's Life for 10 years. He also had a sideline career in music, releasing albums of risque songs under his stage name Ivor Biggun.