Friday Mar 7
Billy Connolly ditches Parkinson's disease pills as they turned him into a Sex Addict
Comedian Billy Connolly has stopped taking his A medication for Parkinson's disease - because the side effects were more damaging than the illness.
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Tue Mar 04, 2014
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Connolly fronts series about death
Billy Connolly is to front a new documentary series about death in which he discusses his own thoughts after being diagnosed with cancer and Parkinson's disease.
Seamus Heaney fable translations on BBC
Five Fables will be screened on BBC Two Northern Ireland, having been been brought into the 21st century as enchanting animated tales.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Surgeon lifts lid on Billy Connolly's Parkinson's
THE doctor who warned Billy Connolly he may have Parkinson's disease, after watching him walk as if he had been drinking alcohol, has spoken of his decision to share his concerns with the comedian.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Surgeon spots great Scot's illness
Launceston orthopedic surgeon Dr Gary Fettke has won international acclaim for helping diagnose comedian Billy Connolly's Parkinson's disease.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Billy Connolly Parkinson's 'diagnosed by fan'
BILLY Connolly has revealed he discovered he had Parkinson's disease after a chance encounter with a fan who spotted him walking strangely.
Billy Connolly discovered he had Parkinson's disease after an...
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Sun Feb 23, 2014
Billy Connolly -- 2nd Auckland Show Announced
Tickets are still available for the first show but demand for some seating areas has been sohigh that a second night of this wild man of comedy is needed.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Stage set for Paisley tribute to Gerry Rafferty
A FESTIVAL in honour of one of Scotland's most acclaimed singer-songwriters will include a concert starring some of the country's leading musicians, organisers revealed yesterday.