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Pictured at Biggin Hill id the team of five men and one girl, a 20 year old secretary Featured Radio Print

Pictured at Biggin Hill id the team of five men and one girl, a 20 year old secretary

Pictured at Biggin Hill id the team of five men and one girl, a 20 year old secretary, who are embarking on the most dangerous journey on earth - the 1000 mile trip down the Blue Nile. The team, led by Captain Bill Sutton (extremem left) is Chris Loxton, 36 of Middlesex, Alex Low, a photographer of Hampstead, Tom Stacey, 39, author and publisher of Stonegate, Sussex, Roger Burrows, 40, a former piolt, of Shepherds Bush, London and attractive Jocelyn Etherington.On the extreme right is 20 year old June Baker of Farnham, surrey, who is to go as far as Addis Ababa in Ethiopia, where she will be radio contact with the expedition. The two month expedition, costing £7000 starts at Lake Tana in Ethiopia and ends at Khartoum in the Sudan.
1 March 1968

© TopFoto.co.uk

The Vega (Vegetarian) Restaurant, London WC2 Featured Radio Print

The Vega (Vegetarian) Restaurant, London WC2

The Vega (Vegetarian) Restaurant, London WC2 - on the corner of Whitcomb Street and Panton Street. Opened by German emigrants Walter Fliess (1901-1985) and his wife Jenny in 1934, the restaurant became the best known vegetarian restaurant in town. Among their famous customers were Sir Michael and Lady Redgrave, and during the war Sir Stafford Cripps, who would be served in the office to avoid attracting attention to himself. ~ Radio Luxembourg DJ Pete Murray was a regular customer as were Harry & Miriam Mathe Date: circa 1940s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

WW2 - Blitz, London - Progress report sent to Local Control Featured Radio Print

WW2 - Blitz, London - Progress report sent to Local Control

Senior Company Officer Jimmy Syrett, up with the branchmen, sends a progress report to Local Control. He is using one of the early walkie talkies with a throat, or larynx, microphone, supplied by the Royal Corps of Signals. These sets transmitted a good signal provided there was no local interference, i.e. the operator standing close to a corrugated iron fence. When this occured, the operator had to change position; sometimes merely pivoting on the same spot had the desired effect. Date: 1941

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans