On September 14th 2013, during a day-long event, the British Comedy Society (BCS) unveiled a blue plaque at Kenny Everett's former home in Kensington. It was followed by the launch of a brand new authorised biography of the television and radio star, Hello, Darlings, which Rupert was asked to contribute to. Kenny Everett rose to fame as a disc jockey on pirate radio in the early 1960s, before becoming one of the original DJs on BBC Radio One. He was known for and characterised by a unique sound of his own invention, mixing multi-track jingles, silly voices and characters, jokes, and innovative recording techniques, the influence of which is still directly heard on both national and commercial radio to this day. A fan of Rupert's individualistic musical approach, Kenny asked him to compose music, initially for his radio show and then for the television version. Almost needless to say, it was Rupert's ability to say "Taumatawhakatangihangakoayauo-tamateaturipukakapikimaungahoro-nukypokaiwhenuakitanatahu" ... from Quantum Jump's chart hit The Lone Ranger, that appealed to his sense of the ridiculous!

With Barry and Jo Gurnett