WHEN Ivor Baddiel was in primary school, he was the only pupil not to feature on a record that its choir released.
“I had the worst singing voice in the world,” the television scriptwriter and author told me from his London home.
“I wasn’t ill on the day it was recorded — I was told that because my voice was so bad I could not sing on the album.”
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