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Programme Gallery

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

Choose from 99 pictures in our Programme 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.


Television - ITV Series - Coronation Steet - Manchester Featured Print

Television - ITV Series - Coronation Steet - Manchester

A feeling of disappointment shows on the face of "Coronation Street' regular 'Len Fairclough' (Actor Peter Adamson), third from left, as he finally realises he has lost the battle for the hand of Elsie Tanner (Pat Phoenix) who will be seen in this scene in tonight's episode (Monday) as she marries US Army Sergeant Steve Tanner (played by Canadian actor Paul Maxwell), left.Other characters are , left to right: Kenneth Barlow (William Roache) and wife Valerie (Anne Reid) and Emily Nugent (Eileen Derbyshire). Then man behind Paul Maxwell is unidentified.

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Television - Religious Broadcasting Award - Songs Of Praise - All Soul's Church, London Featured Print

Television - Religious Broadcasting Award - Songs Of Praise - All Soul's Church, London

Mary Whitehouse, honorary general secretary of the National Viewers' and Listeners' Association, and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Robert Runcie (second left) present an annual award for religious broadcasting to BBC TV programme Songs of Praise. The award is handed to series producer Andrew Barr (second right) and regular presenter Geoffrey Wheeler at a reception at All Soul's Church, Langham Place in London - home of the BBC's The Daily Service radio programme.

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TV Programmes - Candid Camera - Jonathan Routh - London Featured Print

TV Programmes - Candid Camera - Jonathan Routh - London

Holding his bowler hat, television personality Jonathan Routh apologises to Air France receptionist Pat Taylor at Heathrow Airport for her seemingly 'unwilling' part in a recent 'Candid Camera' television programme. In the show millions of viewers saw Pat's car almost taken to pieces when she called, unsuspecting, at a garage for petrol. She claims to have given her permission for television transmission of the filmed incident, later regretting her decision. In consequence, Jonathan Routh thought a kind apology was in order.

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