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Britaincollectionfeatureyear1981 Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 103 pictures in our Britaincollectionfeatureyear1981 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.


Music - Madness Film 'Take it or Leave it' - London Featured Print

Music - Madness Film 'Take it or Leave it' - London

Currently on location in London are pop group Madness with their first full length feature film, "Take It or Leave It", described as a documentary with music. The film features band members (pictured not in order), Bedders, Chas, Chrissy Boy, Lee, Mike, Suggs and Woody as themselves. Other parts are in the hands of actors. Take It or Leave It is titled after a track from the band's top twenty album.

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News - BBC Newsreader Kenneth Kendall - BBC Television Centre, London Featured Print

News - BBC Newsreader Kenneth Kendall - BBC Television Centre, London

Spiralling to new heights at BBC Television Centre, London, the new-look team of BBC Television News will each give an individual stamp to a specific programme. From left, John Humphreys (Nine O'Clock News), Moira Stewart (News After Noon), John Simpson (Nine O'Clock News), Richard Whitmore (News After Noon), Jan Leeming (Weekend News), Kenneth Kendall (Weekends News) and Richard Baker (extended Evening News).

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Media - Young Photographers of the Year - London Featured Print

Media - Young Photographers of the Year - London

Photographer Lord Lichfield sits on his Yamaha XZ550 motorcycle to act as model for six Young Photographers of the Year trying out the cameras he had just presented to them as first prize winners in a national competition. (L-R): Fergus Bremner, 17, Suzanne Sach, 18, Alan Lavender, 15, Paul James, 15, Kean Salmon, 15, and Robert McDonald, 13.

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