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Hendrix Plays at Isle of Wight Festival : 1970 Featured Showbiz Archive Print

Hendrix Plays at Isle of Wight Festival : 1970

18/09/1970 - ON THIS DAY IN 1970: Jimi Hendrix dies on this day in 1970. Pictured at the recent Isle of Wight music festival is pop singer Jimi Hendrix who was taken dead to St. Mary Abbot's Hospital, Kensington, London. German-born artist Monika Danneman, a former girlfriend of Hendrix, has been found dead in a fume-filled car near her home, police said

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British Entertainment - Television - Eastenders - London - 1988 Featured Showbiz Archive Print

British Entertainment - Television - Eastenders - London - 1988

A 'Family Album' gathering to mark the passing of Lou Beale, matriarch of Albert Square and Britain's favourite television granny, who "has died peacefully in her sleep" so that actress Anna Wing couldwithdraw from the cast of the BBC-1 top-rated serial to work on other projects.
Lou is seated with Ian (Adam Woodyatt) and Michelle (Susan Tully).
Standing are, from left: Arthur (played by Bill Treacher); Pauline (played by Wendy Richard), Kathy (played by Gillian Taylforth) and Pete (played by Peter Dean)

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Entertainment - Eurovision Song Contest 1963 - BBC Television Centre, London Featured Showbiz Archive Print

Entertainment - Eurovision Song Contest 1963 - BBC Television Centre, London

Singers from all over Europe assemble for the cameras beneath a giant scoreboard which will be used for the 1963 Eurovision Song Contest, held at the BBC Television Centre, London. Participants include (top l-r) Heidi Bruhl representing Germany, unknown, Monica Zetterlund (Sweden), Annie Palmen (Netherlands), Anita Thalloug (Norway), Alain Barriere (France), Laila Halme (Finland), Carmela Corren (Austria), Grethe and Jorgen Ingmann (Denmark), Ester Ofarini (Switzerland), Nana Mouskouri (Luxembourg) and Jacques Raymond (Belgium). (front sitting) Jose Guardiola for Spain and Emilio Pericoli for Italy

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