Queen Elizabeth in Jamaica
Queen Elizabeth II before a banquet, that she hosted in Kingston with Governor General Sir Howard Cooke, her representative in Jamaica, for the island's Prime Minister Percival Patterson and other dignitaries. * She was forced to dine by candlelight after a power cut plunged the residence into darkness. Earlier, guarded by snipers and secret servicemen, she braved crime-ridden, down-town Kingston where Yardie drug gangs rule. On Wednesday she flies to Montego Bay.
Water Pump Record Attempt - London Fire Brigade Training Centre, Southwark
Jack Frost, station officer at the London Fire Brigade Training Centre, cools off during a world record attempt. He took a dip in the inflatable pool being used for an attempt on the hand water pumping record of 42 hours. Manning the 18th-century fire pump at Fireshow '76, the three-day fire brigade spectacular at Crystal Palace, are divisional officer Bob Carter and leading fireman Mick Chesney (right).
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British Television - Satellite Broadcasting - BSkyB - London - 1989
Rupert Murdoch, News International chief executive, watched by Andrew Neil, executive chairman of Sky Television, launching Britain's first satellite TV network today. Murdoch hosted a lavish party at the new studio complex in Isleworth as the countdown to the start of the Sky Television revolution began.
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