The Stephen Lewis Foundation (SLF) works with community-level organizations which are turning the tide of HIV/AIDS in Africa by providing care and support to women, orphans, grandmothers and people living with HIV and AIDS. Since 2003, we have funded over 700 initiatives, partnering with 300 community-based organizations in the 15 African countries hardest hit by the pandemic.

The Stephen Lewis Foundation (SLF) works with community-level organizations which are turning the tide of HIV/AIDS in Africa by providing care and support to women, orphans, grandmothers and people living with HIV and AIDS. Since 2003, we have funded over 700 initiatives, partnering with 300 community-based organizations in the 15 African countries hardest hit by the pandemic.

Stephen Lewis with Reg Varney and Bob Grant in On the Buses.Stan- you lecherous moron!

Stephen Lewis, On the Buses' 'Blakey', dies aged 88

Stephen Lewis with Reg Varney and Bob Grant in On the Buses.Stan- you lecherous moron!

Stephen Lewis (17 December 1926 – 12 August 2015) was an English actor, comedian, director, screenwriter, and playwright. He is best known for his roles as Inspector Cyril "Blakey" Blake in the LWT sitcom On the Buses, Clem "Smiler" Hemmingway in Last of the Summer Wine, and Harry Lambert in BBC Television's Oh, Doctor Beeching!.

Stephen Lewis (17 December 1926 – 12 August 2015) was an English actor, comedian, director, screenwriter, and playwright. He is best known for his roles as Inspector Cyril "Blakey" Blake in the LWT sitcom On the Buses, Clem "Smiler" Hemmingway in Last of the Summer Wine, and Harry Lambert in BBC Television's Oh, Doctor Beeching!.

Actor Stephen Lewis, best known for his role as officious inspector "Blakey" in the 1970s ITV sitcom On the Buses, has died aged 88, his family has announced. One of his catchphrases was "I'll get you for this, Butler" - one he was happy to repeat, according to the manager of the nursing home where he lived out his final years.

Stephen Lewis, On the Buses' 'Blakey', dies aged 88

Actor Stephen Lewis, best known for his role as officious inspector "Blakey" in the 1970s ITV sitcom On the Buses, has died aged 88, his family has announced. One of his catchphrases was "I'll get you for this, Butler" - one he was happy to repeat, according to the manager of the nursing home where he lived out his final years.

The Stephen Lewis Foundation's Grandmother Campaign:  "African grandmothers are central to the life of their communities. With almost no support, they have stepped forward to care for millions of children orphaned by AIDS, sometimes as many as ten to fifteen in one household. They display astonishing reserves of love, courage and emotional resilience, even while grieving the loss of their own adult children."

The Stephen Lewis Foundation's Grandmother Campaign: "African grandmothers are central to the life of their communities. With almost no support, they have stepped forward to care for millions of children orphaned by AIDS, sometimes as many as ten to fifteen in one household. They display astonishing reserves of love, courage and emotional resilience, even while grieving the loss of their own adult children."

Stephen Lewis, On the Buses' 'Blakey', dies aged 88 - BBC News

Stephen Lewis, On the Buses' 'Blakey', dies aged 88

Stephen Lewis, On the Buses' 'Blakey', dies aged 88 - BBC News

Kelly Macdonald Joins The Child in Time with Benedict Cumberbatch

Kelly Macdonald Joins The Child in Time with Benedict Cumberbatch

Revisiting Stephen Lewis's 2005 Massey Lectures.

The 2005 CBC Massey Lectures, "Race Against Time"

Stephen Lewis Dies; English Actor Was 88, The Latest In Hollywood Gossip!

Stephen Lewis Dies; English Actor Was 88

Stephen Lewis Dies; English Actor Was 88, The Latest In Hollywood Gossip!

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