Wallace Grevatt

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Wallace Grevatt in 1974
Wallace Grevatt (c. 1925–2003) was the first Chair of Croydon CHE Group and subsequently a member of the CHE National Executive.

He was also a noted expert on the BBC publication Radio Times: he owned the largest collection of copies of the magazine in the country and wrote a book about the radio show Children's Hour.[1]

In later years he lived in Brighton with his partner of 32 years, Malcolm Martindale.[2] He died in 2003, aged 77. Malcolm died in 2012.[3]


  1. Wallace Grevatt, BBC Childen's Hour: a Celebration of Those Magical Years The Book Guild, 1988.
  2. http://www.theargus.co.uk/archive/2003/04/17/The+Argus+Archive/6738009.Death_of_radio_buff/
  3. http://www.brightonunitarian.org.uk/uploads/1/2/9/7/12978467/newsletter_december_2012.pdf. Accessed: 2015-10-03. (Archived by WebCite® at http://www.webcitation.org/6bzwqsGr6)