Wildey wrote:The coverage of the media was never as big as it is today when Bill was around he retired back to canada in 1992 never to be seen again on TV as far as i can remember.
Even in his prime he hardly made any interviews and when he did he was pretty shy so you never got much out of him.
Back then you did not get the pre match interviews you get today it was much more about talking to Steve Davis about winning, Tony Knowles about sex or Alex Higgins about headbutting.
So the quiet ones like Bill didn't get the limelight and i think he liked it like that.
Best bet on having a insight in to Bill is Cliff Thorburn but obviously there are others like Dennis Taylor and John Virgo that could help.
I'd be inclined to think Wildey is right with the players he's named there. But I think contacting Clive Everton might be the best starting point of the lot. He'd know exactly the best sources, well-known or otherwise.