The resulting programme was described by radio historians Andy Foster and Steve Furst as "one of the seminal comedies to come out of the BBC", while The Spectator described it as "one of the great radio successes".
Called Twice Ken is Plenty and intended as a two-man showcase for Horne and Kenneth Williams, the 21st-century version was performed by Rigby and, as Williams, Robin Sebastian. , In January 1957 Horne appeared as the compere on the popular Saturday evening comedy and music radio show Variety Playhouse, initially for a run of four months, but soon extended until the end of June. The Book of Memories is available at www.gordonmortuary.com.  By the fourth series of Much-Binding in 1950, the listener figures had declined to a level that concerned the BBC and they decided against a fifth series.  Distracted by his athletic exploits, he neglected his studies and was sent down in December 1927.
 In the same year an unbroadcast pilot script written by Horne and Millest in 1966 was produced by Radio 4.  After some pressure from Horne to keep the remainder of the team together, the BBC commissioned a replacement series, Round the Horne, on similar lines. As a result, he did not appear in the Round the Horne Christmas special.  In November 1940 he was promoted to flight lieutenant, and to squadron leader a year later.  His doctor told him that the stroke was caused by the stress of combining a full-time business post with his broadcasting work. , This article is about the English broadcaster. , When Horne's first marriage was dissolved, he was sought out by a former girlfriend, Joan Burgess, daughter of a neighbour at King's Norton. Two of Horne's nephews needed bypass surgery.  He declared that his work on radio was only a hobby, and that he would give it up before his business career.
 During the general strike in 1926 volunteers were asked to enlist at the Organisation for the Maintenance of Supplies to take over the essential services; Horne joined, and spent two days driving a London bus before the strike was called off. His career in industry flourished, and he later became the chairman and managing director of toy manufacturers Chad Valley. In honour of the Horne family, the school later named one of the rooms Horne Hall, and Horne became a governor of the school. , In April 1958 Horne eased himself back into broadcasting as chairman of Twenty Questions. The family will receive friends on Saturday, June 29th, 2019 from 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM at Gordon Mortuary.  Horne also continued his work in television, hosting his own series, Trader Horne, and appearing on a number of other programmes.  In June 1963 he began Ken's Column, a series of 15-minute one-man programmes for Anglia Television. His unselfish nature, his kindness, tolerance and gentleness were an example to everyone". RIP, you are now home❤. Bridgemont included a Much-Binding-in-the-Marsh section in Merry-go-Round on 31 March 1944; Horne played "an officer so dim that even the other officers noticed", with Murdoch as his harassed second-in-command and Sam Costa as an "amiable chump who always got things wrong".  In September that year he and Murdoch appeared in a one-off television programme Show for the Telly. Charles Kenneth Horne, generally known as Kenneth Horne, (27 February 1907 – 14 February 1969) was an English comedian and businessman.  In a 2002 survey conducted by the BBC to find listeners' favourite British comedian, Horne appeared third, behind Tony Hancock and Spike Milligan.
The experience brought him into contact with the more established entertainer Richard Murdoch, and the two wrote and starred in the comedy series Much-Binding-in-the-Marsh. A great man and an excellent teacher.  In early 1942, the BBC producer Bill McLurg asked whether the RAF station at which Horne was based could put on an edition of his programme Ack-Ack, Beer-Beer.
When the BBC refused to withdraw Horne from the second programme, Down with Women, Merriman resigned from writing Beyond Our Ken and the show came to an end.
The pair took the idea to the BBC producer Leslie Bridgemont who was responsible for the show Merry-go-Round, which featured, in weekly rotation, shows based on the Army, Navy and RAF. Ken was born in New York City to Louther LeRoy and Rose Horne and raised in Wilmington DE.
[f], In 1954, after nine years in his senior position at Triplex, and 27 years at the company, Horne accepted the position of managing director of the British Industries Fair, a government-backed organisation promoting British goods worldwide; he took up his position in July 1955.
 Silvester, a powerful orator, was a leading light in the Congregationalist movement, as minister at the Whitefield's Tabernacle, Tottenham Court Road from 1903 and, from 1910, chairman of the Congregational Union of England and Wales.