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Radio in Art can be found in London, England, United Kingdom in Europe

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Busker who Popped-in to the BBC Featured Radio Print

Busker who Popped-in to the BBC

Don Partridge, 23, the man who gave up many jobs to become a London busker, seen entertaining outside the Paris Studio, Lower Regent Street, London. Afterwards he went into the studio-theatre to appear in the British Broadcasting Corporation's live radio show "Pop-in". He has made such a success of busking that he has already appeared on Independent Television with his one-man band, and has had recordings released. He is also making money, despite - as he himself says - having been "nicked" by the police about 20 or 30 times

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JOHN PEEL : 1970 Featured Radio Print

JOHN PEEL : 1970

PA NEWS PHOTO 16/9/70 DJ JOHN PEEL WITH HIS MELODY MAKER POP POLL TOP DISC JOCKEY AWARD IN LONDON WITH TOP BRITISH FEMALE SINGER SANDY DENNY. 26/10/2004 Legendary radio DJ John Peel has died Tuesday October 26, 2004, the BBC have announced. He was 65. The veteran presenter suffered a heart attack last night whilst on a working holiday in Cuzco, Peru with his wife Sheila. Colleagues at Radio 1 paid tribute to a broadcasting legend

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Television - Religious Broadcasting Award - Songs Of Praise - All Souls Church, London Featured Radio Print

Television - Religious Broadcasting Award - Songs Of Praise - All Souls 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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