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Choose from 215 pictures in our Gk1970 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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The Sex Pistols

THE SEX PISTOLS SIGNING A NEW RECORDING CONTRACT WITH A & M RECORDS OUTSIDE BUCKINGHAM PALACE, LONDON. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: JOHNNY ROTTEN, STEVE JONES, PAUL COOK, NEW BASS PLAYER SYD VICIOUS AND THE GROUP'S MANAGER MALCOM MCLAREN * 28/02/02 The group Sex Pistols, signing a new recording contract with A&M Records outside Buckingham Palace in London, (l/r) Johnny Rotten, Steve Jones, Paul Cook, new bass player Sid Vicious and the group's manager Malcom McLaren: The Sex Pistols are to re-release their anti-monarchy punk anthem God Save The Queen to mark the Golden Jubilee, it was announced. Record bosses are hoping the track will finally reach number one second time around as the nation celebrates the royal anniversary in June. It previously missed out on topping the charts when initially issued in the Silver Jubilee week in 1977, with claims since that the list was fiddled to prevent embarrassment to the Royal Family.

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Entertainment - Road Safety - Green Cross Code Song - London

Comedian Tommy Cooper and constable Edward McLernon, of Manchester and Salford Police, are supported by a "backing group" of pupils from Rackhouse Junior School, Wythenshawe, Manchester, as they sing the "Green Cross Code" song, with words by PC McLernon and song to a traditional folk melody. The song has been recorded by singer Partridge Green and copies of the record and the sheet music are to be supplied to all schools in Manchester and Salford for use in teaching the Green Cross Code, launched last April to train young children to cross the road in safety.

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Sellers/Secombe/Milligan

(L-R) Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe and Spike Milligan, the original Goons, back together again for the first time in 12 years, especially for the BBC's 50th anniversary celebrations. * 11/4/2001: Comedy legend Sir Harry died Wednesday April 11, 2001, his daughter Jenny Secombe has said. 29/05/01: Andrew Secombe, the son of the late comic Sir Harry revives some of his father's funniest moments as BBC Radio 2 celebrates the Goon Show's 50th birthday. Andrew said his father would be chuckling in heaven after he stepped in to fill his shoes for the programme. 27/02/02: Spike Milligan died early today at his home in Sussex, his agent said.

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