What God has started, He will finish! There have been many other good beginnings this term. This event now attracts over 40 people each week.
Pray that what God has begun, He will complete as we take our mission to and discipleship of students and young workers more seriously. In this we have been blessed by the commitment and partnership of a large cohort of Trainees. This has strengthened our investment especially in evangelism and among students.
The beginning of a new term has seen a large influx of new Church members, 16 in total, with applications from 13 others in the pipeline. That will mean that with the 45 new members since last October we will be able to rejoice in 74 additions to the Membership in a calendar year. A number of these have joined the over enrolled into the Leadership Development Programme which kicked off in late September. What God has started, He will finish.
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The steady stream of newcomers each week have in many cases benefitted from the Gateway to Lansdowne Course with over 40 individuals having attended one of the three completed programme cycles. He came to prominence as a BBC television journalist and was best known as the presenter of the BBC television quiz programme Mastermind , which he hosted for 25 years.
In Scotland his family adopted a British naming convention and from childhood rather than his Icelandic name Magnus used his father's patronymic surname: Magnusson. Magnusson lived with his family in John Street, Joppa , an eastern suburb of Edinburgh.
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He was educated at the Edinburgh Academy and was in the school's marching brass band. He went freelance in , then joined the British Broadcasting Corporation , presenting programmes on history and archaeology including Chronicle and BC The Archaeology of the Bible Lands , as well as appearing in news programmes.
Magnusson presented the long-running quiz show Mastermind from to on BBC1. His catchphrase, which the current presenter John Humphrys has continued to use, was "I've started so I'll finish".
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Magnusson made cameo appearances as himself, hosting Mastermind in Morecambe and Wise as well as the children's series Dizzy Heights and as Magnus Magnesium in The Goodies episode " Frankenfido ". Magnusson ended his year run of hosting Mastermind in September , and the original Black Chair was given to him at the end of the production, passing to his daughter Sally Magnusson after his death.
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Magnusson later returned to present a one-off celebrity special, originally broadcast on 30 December , on BBC Two to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the first ever Mastermind final. Shortly before his death, Magnusson returned to the regular Mastermind series in order to present the trophy to the champion Geoff Thomas.
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His daughter Sally Magnusson presented the trophy to the next series winner, David Clark, while also paying tribute to her father and his legacy to the show. Magnusson translated a variety of books from modern Icelandic and Old Norse into English. Magnusson was also the author of a popular history of the Viking age , called The Vikings revised edition, Magnusson was awarded an honorary knighthood Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire in He also became the founder chairman of Scottish Natural Heritage upon its inception in The Magnus Magnusson Fellowship , an intellectual group based at the Glasgow Caledonian University, was named in his honour.
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In later years, Magnusson also wrote for the New Statesman. Magnusson mordantly noted that "This has to be one of my worst birthdays ever".
His condition forced him to cancel a string of public appearances. He died on 7 January Magnus Magnusson was married to Mamie Baird — They had five children.
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