Melody Maker Magazine's Chief Contributing Photographer(1965-1975), Barrie Wentzell tells the story of the rise and fall of the magazine, which marked the end to a style of rock n' roll journalism that no longer exit's today.
Leslie Ann Coles
Steve 'Abbo' Abbot,
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Saw this last night. One women's personal journey to learn more about her great grandfather's lost art work, from between the world wars. Yes, against the backdrop of the Holocaust, but not another "Holocaust" movie - not at all. More about the artwork itself and the ability of art to connect us to another time and place, to illuminate who we are and our relationships, today. A story about family, history, deprivation, incredible acts of kindness and love.
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