Roger Monroe King (August 22, – December 8, 2007) was an American television and media executive for King World Productions and CBS. He was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame in and the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame in and is credited with launching the careers of such top television stars as Oprah Winfrey, Dr. Phil and Alex Trebek.
[Oxford Mail] - Dark Blues fan Roger King said: “It was disappointing. I wonder if supporters will be apprehensive about the next game and what side London Welsh will send down?” Wasps' head of media Alison Donelly said: “We announced the postponement over the weekend
[Falmouth Packet] - They were joined by Anthea Bancroft as servers for the mass. Frances Martin led the prayers of intercession and James Davies those before and after communion. Maureen Roberts was sidesperson, organist was Roger King.
[Falmouth Packet] - Barbara Jenkins and Jane MacLennon (chalice administrators at the eucharist). The prayers of intercession were led by Jane MacLennon and the pre and post communion prayers by Paul Jenkins. Organist was Roger King. “At the name of Jesus” was the hymn
by King Roger II: Mariusz Kwiecien (les 18, 20, 23, 28 juin et 2 juillet) / Scott Hendricks (les 25 et 30 juin); Roxana: Olga Pasichnyk / Margarita de Arellano (25 juin); Edrisi: Stefan Margita; The Shepherd: Eric Cutler; The Archbishop: ...