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Choose from 75 pictures in our Langham 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 - 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.

© PA/Press Association Images

Demolition work in Langham Place, London Featured Print

Demolition work in Langham Place, London

Demolition work in Langham Place, London, in preparation for the construction of BBC Broadcasting House. All Souls Church stands just beyond on the left. Date: circa 1928

© Mary Evans / Pharcide

1920s, 1928, 20s, Bbc, Broadcasting, Building, Church, Construction, Demolition, England, House, Langham, London, Place, Preparation, Site, Souls, Twenties, Work

LSO musicians supporting BBC musicians, London Featured Print

LSO musicians supporting BBC musicians, London

London Symphony Orchestra musicians supporting BBC musicians outside Broadcasting House, London, 27 June 1980. The strike by BBC musicians began when the BBC put forward plans to discontinue five orchestras. Here a member of the LSO presents John Morton, General Secretary of the Musicians Union, with a cheque for 4600 for the union's hardship fund. LSO members had donated their fees from a concert at the Royal Festival Hall, and the conductor Andre Previn had also made a contribution. Date: 1980

© Mary Evans / Marx Memorial Library