The Sex Pistols - Heathrow Airport - London
Sid Vicious (L) and Johnny Rotten, members of the controversial punk rock group The Sex Pistols, at London's Heathrow Airport before leaving for Luxembourg. As they walked to their aircraft, they hurled abuse at reporters and photographers.
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Music - Eurovision Song Contest - Clodagh Rodgers
Up-to-the-minute travel gear - cream blouse and brown hot pants - for Clodagh Rodgers, Britain's representative in this year's Eurovision Song Contest, shown prior to leaving for Dublin, where the contest will be held on Saturday. Clodagh, who hails from Ulster, will render 'Jack-in-the-Box' in the contest.
A-HA IN LONDON : 1987
A-HA 1987: Norwegian Pop group A-Ha are recording the title song for the James Bond film 'The Living Daylights', starring Timothy Dalton. Members of the Bond team in London are: John Barry (glasses), Morten Harket (scarf), Pal Waaktaar (front), Magne Furuholmen (2nd l), Karen Seeberg (sitting), Femi (dark hair) and Trishi (right).