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Nuclear cloud seen here in the late stages of development over Malden Island following Featured 00123 Image

Nuclear cloud seen here in the late stages of development over Malden Island following

Nuclear cloud seen here in the late stages of development over Malden Island following the detontation of the bomb called Short Granite. The explosion was the first of three carried out by the United Kingdom 15th May 1957 *** Local Caption *** watscan - - 24/02/2010

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1950s, 20th Century, Atomic Bomb, Christmas Island, Cold War, Explosion, Nuclear Testing, Operation Grapple, Radiation

Johnny Dankworth and Cleo Laine. The easiest way of offending Cleo Laine is to Featured 00123 Image

Johnny Dankworth and Cleo Laine. The easiest way of offending Cleo Laine is to

Johnny Dankworth and Cleo Laine.
The easiest way of offending Cleo Laine is to suggest that most people still think of her as a jazz/blues singer. "You can't have been following my career very closely...that's what people say who don't go to my performances," comes the crisp reply. "The way the media put tags on people is quite odeous and can restrict a career." Point taken, she has done a lot besides jazz. She earned herself acclaim in various West End productions, from straight roles in "Hedda Gabler" and Shakespeare and musicals, operas and as a soloist with major orchestras. But surely we can be forgiven for thinking of her first as half of that superbly sucessful jazz partnership with her composer husband John Dankworth? And they are together again in the new musical "Colette," written for her by John Dankworth, which had its world premier at the Alexander Theatre, Birmingham on Tuesday, and will run there for two weeks before transferring to the West End. "Colette" is based on the life of the famous French novelist who created "Gigi." They have a 350-seat theatre/concert hall at their Wavendon, Bucks. home, where they experimented with songs and readings to see what would be viable as a stage production.
1st September 1980

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President Kennedy seen here with the Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party Nikita Featured 00123 Image

President Kennedy seen here with the Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party Nikita

President Kennedy seen here with the Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party Nikita Khrushchev on the first of two days of meetings. The summit held in the Austrian capital, Vienna covered a wide range of topics, including Laos, disarmament and general issues of ideology. The main issue of the summit was Berlin. Khrushchev was threatening to sign a peace agreement with East Germany that would have impinge on the rights of the West. Progress was made on Laos, but on other matters, the two leaders clashed."
June 4th 1961

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