Vale John Clarke, one of the world’s finest satirists.
RIP John Clarke, all the Trevs will be as gutted as we are. Here's Fred Dagg's original gumboots, in the history collections at Te Papa. pic.twitter.com/3TN667QFZ1
— Te Papa (@Te_Papa) April 10, 2017
— RNZ (@radionz) April 10, 2017
One of Australia and New Zealand's best-known satirists has died. Vale John Clarke. https://t.co/jy6oc0H0nM
— Moments Australia (@MomentsAU) April 10, 2017
— ABC News (@abcnews) April 10, 2017
Vale John Clarke. Taken far too soon. Thank you for all you've done for us, conservation and the birds. https://t.co/K15duH4ZMZ
— BirdLife Australia (@BirdlifeOz) April 10, 2017
Will replay a chat with John tonight (I'm used to the deaths of friends and colleagues but this is intolerable..loved him for so many years)
— Phillip Adams (@PhillipAdams_1) April 10, 2017
Once asked #johnclarke what he'd be doing on his holidays:
"I'm going to sit under a tree, watch a bird land and watch it take off again"
— Wendy Harmer (@wendy_harmer) April 10, 2017
John Clarke on media: "We get our news on devices, Brian. We've become a devisive society" https://t.co/myFKGntT2X
— Mediawatch (@MediawatchNZ) April 15, 2017
In memory of writer and satirist John Clarke, his family have selected the following classic 'Clarke and Dawe' clip to share pic.twitter.com/1GEhv5ccBW
— News Breakfast (@BreakfastNews) April 14, 2017
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Satirist John Clarke, of Clarke and Dawe fame, dies aged 68
We get our news on devices, Brian. We’ve become a devisive society.
Clarke And Dawe