Music - Chas n Dave - HMS Belfast - 1975
Cockney rock gets a nautical introduction on HMS Belfast, the floating museum in the Pool of London, as Dave Peacock, left, and Chas Hodges hold court at a reception to celebrate their debut recording album "One Fing 'n' Annuver".
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News - Abolition of Illegitimacy Campaign - Rod McKuen - London
American singer/poet Rod McKuen at a Press conference in London when he announced his support for the proposal from the National Council for One Parent Families to abolish the legal status of illegitimacy. He was born outside of marriage and has campaigned for many years for the abolition of the legal status 'illegitimate' across the world.
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The Bee Gees
BRITISH POP TRIO THE BEE GEES. THE GIBB BROTHERS BARRY (CENTRE) AND TWINS MAURICE (LEFT) AND ROBIN (RIGHT) 27/9/99 to be honoured with a collection of stamps which are to be issued by the island of their birth where their mother once ran a Post Office. I ve Gotta Get A Message To You is aptly one of the global hits commemorated on the set of Isle Of Man stamps to be issued on October 12. All but the youngest musical brother Andy were born on the Isle of Man, and eldest brother Barry was nine by the time the family moved to Manchester in 1955.