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Choose from 115 pictures in our Archivenewscansoctober2013 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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News - Mini Tea Machine - Hermione Pardoe - London

Hermione Pardoe samples a cup of tea from the Mini Tea machine shown in London. The old-style kettle and teapot, likely to be replaced in many offices by the machine, stand on the top. The Mini Tea, entirely British in design and manufacture, brews tea from the leaf and delivers it into a disposable cup. The machine also dispenses coffee and chocolate.

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Entertainment - Ken Dodd Swimming Lessons - Coventry

Comedian Ken Dodd, who is to appear in Bournemouth for the summer season this year, intends to go swimming in the sea (instead of having to make do with paddling) in his time off. So he has started to take lesson from an expert. He is pictured (nearer camera) having instruction from cross-channel swimmer Bill Pickering in Coventry, where Ken is in pantomime. Bill travels twice a week from his home at Walsall, Staffordshire, to give Ken his swimming lesson.

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Entertainment - Ken Dodd "Fill the Jam Jar" Photocall - London

Comedian Ken Dodd pictured this afternoon when he handed over a jam jar full of money to the Rev, John Pellow Assistant Director, National Fund for Research into Poliomyeltiis and other Crippling Dieases, at the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, London. Money had been collected in dressing room at the London Palladium in response to a "Fill the Jam jar" campaign. Also in the picture are Jennie Lyons (left) and Wendy Gotelel who had come from the palladium with Ken Dodd, and Corporal Burton of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea. The presentation was made shortly before the annual meeting of the Fund. It was formerly known as the Polio Research Fund.

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