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Oldie Camper of the Year – For continuing to endear and delight his audiences with original comic material by The Oldie magazine (2008)  After a lengthy spell in self-imposed retirement, he appeared in 2004 in a series of four half-hour radio sitcoms for BBC Radio 4, entitled Stanley Baxter and Friends;  the success of this has led to further series entitled The Stanley Baxter Playhouse in 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014 and 2016, and Two Pipe Problems with Richard Briers in 2008, 2009 and 2010. Two further plays in this series were broadcast in 2013 with Geoffrey Palmer taking the Richard Briers role. In 2009 Eddie Izzard presented The Stanley Baxter Story on BBC Radio 2.  A further series of 'Playhouse' commenced airing on BBC Radio 4 in November 2018. Magic-loving fans of Mr Majeika can enjoy other easy-to-read adventures and gain an amusing glimpse of eighties school life.The Stanley Baxter Story". Radiolistings.co.uk. Archived from the original on 10 August 2014 . Retrieved 7 August 2012.
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Teach Yourself To Speak Scottish – 4 – Parliamo Glasgow". 11 January 2008 . Retrieved 9 June 2012– via YouTube. After the war, Baxter returned to Glasgow taking to the stage for three years at Glasgow's Citizens' Theatre. Following success on the radio with Jimmy Logan, Howard & Wyndham Ltd invited him to star in pantomime at the Theatre Royal in Glasgow followed by the Half Past Eight Shows, and their successors the Five Past Eight Shows at Glasgow's Alhambra Theatre.   He moved to London to work in television in 1959. The series was written by Jenny McDade. Carpenter wrote the fourth book based on McDade's scripts, The Television Adventures of Mr Majeika. Three series of the programme were made, comprising twenty episodes in total. The location for St. Barty's Primary School was Matfield House in Tonbridge, Kent.
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A charming British childrens program was Mr Majeika which ran for three consecutive seasons during 1988-90. Mr. Majeika is a magician from another planet teaches who is teaching at a British prep school. The children also appear in their prep school uniforms. The boys wear a striped blazer with short grey shorts. The In August 2020, Baxter came out as gay, following the release of his authorised biography.  His biography described how Baxter had told Moira that he was gay before they married, with Baxter having sought to end their relationship as a result, but that she had threatened suicide, causing him to relent.  Moira accepted that he was gay and allowed him to bring men home for sex,  despite homosexual acts being illegal in England and Wales until the passing of the Sexual Offences Act 1967 16 years after their marriage. Five years before then, Baxter had been arrested for cottaging and contemplated suicide for fear of scandal causing an end to his career. The soliciting charges were subsequently dropped.  The focus of these stories is Mr. Majeika, a teacher at St Barty's Primary School; a typical English primary school. However, he is no ordinary man, as is apparent when he flies into Class Three's boring lesson on a magic carpet, which he then turns into a bicycle, confounding the headmaster: Mr Majeika is a wizard!Mr Majeika is a warm, funny and inventive story for children aged 8 to 11 to read in the classroom or at home. It is also praised by parents as a bedtime story for younger children. All six of Baxter's hour-long ITV specials were released on a two-disc DVD set in 2005 as The Stanley Baxter Collection  with a further two-disc DVD set being released in 2006 under the title The Stanley Baxter Series & Picture Show featuring both of his series of half-hour shows for ITV.  In 2008 a five-disc DVD box set was released titled The Stanley Baxter Television Set. The set includes both half-hour ITV series that Baxter made for ITV and six of his ITV specials. It also includes two of the feature films he made with James Robertson Justice The Fast Lady and Father Came Too!.  List of film and television appearances [ edit ] Stanley Baxter TV series [ edit ]