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  1. BBC News Magazine 24 September 2015 The beautiful stations of rail's golden age http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-34333684 Curzon Street railway station, Birmingham, UK Colin Underhill View of the Central Station including people, M&S and the Central Bar Douglas Carr Caerdydd Canalog Cardiff Central railway station and Central Square Cardiff Wales (cropped) James Hughes The front entrance to London King's Cross railway station UK Andrew Paterson
  2. BBC News Magazine 20 September 2015 The extraordinary case of the Guevedoces http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-34290981 child on a swing with sandals peter gates
  3. BBC News Magazine 11 September 2015 What a submariner can teach you about living in cramped spaces? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-34209357 bedsit disfunctional student mess Wild Shutter (cropped)
  4. BBC News Magazine 30 August 2015 A Point of View: Does atheism have to be anti-religious? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-34054057 Atheists or Religious concept. Direction signs pointing to different sides. Igor Stevanovic Giacomo Leopardi, Italian poet GL Archive
  5. BBC News Magazine 30 August 2015 William Ash: The cooler king http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-34058540 STEVE MCQUEEN THE GREAT ESCAPE (1963) AF archive
  6. BBC News Magazine 16 August 2015 Waiting for the ship that could save a man's life http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-33936323 Tristan Da Cunha Island, settlement capital of Edinburgh. A sign post indicating its nearest neighbours, the Falklands. John Warburton-Lee Photography
  7. BBC News Magazine 12 August 2015 How the UK found Japanese speakers in a hurry in WW2 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-33860778 British soldiers after surrender of Singapore, 1942 Chronicle
  8. Congratulations, Philippe, for an excellent photo, and for winning the challenge. Many thanks, Wim, for running the challenge, and many thanks to those that voted for my pic.
  9. Unfortunately, this location was demolished in 1981, although I am sure other chimney skylines still exist in London.
  10. BBC News Magazine 4 August 2015 Making a vineyard out of a slag heap http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-33758918 France, Pas de Calais, Loos en Gohelle, the twin slag heaps of pit head 11/19, mine site listed as World Heritage by UNESCO Hemis
  11. Many thanks, Wim, for including my pic. Incidentally, it was an Archival submission – 35mm Tri-X pushed to 1600ASA would never pass QC!
  12. Radio Times 25-31 July 2015 p22-23 Rosa gallica 'Versicolor'. Rosa mundi shrub rose in an English garden. Clare Gainey p24-25 The Boxing Glove Stones overlooking Black Ashop Moor, Kinder Scout, Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, England Alan Novelli
  13. Cycle (magazine of Cyclists' Touring Club) August/September 2015 p31 Netherlands, Holland, Europe, Oosterend, Texel, Noord-Holland, windmill, field, meadow, water, summer, The North, river, Prisma Bildagentur AG p52 Burn flowing from the foot of the waterfall at the Grey Mares Tail. Dumfries and Galloway, Scottish Borders, Scotland. p59 Three bicycle chains on white background, ready for cut and paste (cropped to show one chain)
  14. BBC News Magazine 27 July 2015 Are night shifts killing me? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-33638905 roadworks late at night in Suffolk, UK David J. Green Long distance lorry drivers sleeping in their cabs in the lorry park at night in Worcester, UK. Phil Wills
  15. BBC News Magazine 26 July 2015 Searching for Mrs Livingstone http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-33639154 Mary Moffat, wife of David Livingstone, Africa, ca.1845-1860 CH Collection (cropped) DAVID LIVINGSTONE with wife Mary and their three children beside Lake Ngami in what is now Botswana, on his return visit in 1850 Pictorial Press Ltd
  16. Here are three from me. A sunset shot at Newport, Pembrokeshire, West Wales Trees on the skyline at Carew, Pembrokeshire, West Wales And washing on a clothes line amongst the chimneys of Coronation Buildings, Vauxhall, London. This is a shot from 1968 – I hope it is OK to put this in.
  17. BBC News Magazine 23 July 2015 Who, What, Why: Is it safer to cook rice in a coffee percolator to avoid arsenic? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-33638321 Coffee percolator Dudley Wood
  18. In September 1974 I was at the Press Day at the Farnborough International Air Show, and it turned out to be quite a day. I turned up with a Mamiya C3 6x6 with tele lenses, and a 35mm for pictures for myself. There were quite a few photographers in the Press Enclosure with 6x6 cameras, commissioned by manufacturers, etc., with Fleet Street guys using 35mm, and film crews, including one from the BBC. The weather started fine with sunny intervals, but soon deteriorated markedly, and before long we were all wet through whilst trying to keep our cameras dry. The flying display continued, and suddenly it was evident that a Sikorsky Blackhawk (not the current Blackhawk) was flying at too low a height, and most photographers stopped shooting – they seemed to be willing the helicopter to pull out of the roll safely – I know I was. Tragically it crashed in front of the Press Enclosure, killing both crew members. I only saw a few newspapers the following day, and only one had a pic to accompany the front page article, and that was a cine film still. Although my Mamiya and lenses were wet through (I had put my less robust 35mm away), after an hour or so in the oven at the lowest setting, with the door slightly open, all was well. Here is a Kodachrome II from the shoot, a pre-production version of Concorde:
  19. BBC News Magazine 17 July 2015 Do people become more prejudiced as they grow older? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-33523313 Wer Die Nachtigall Stoert To Kill Mockingbird Gregory Peck, Brock Peters Der angesehene Anwalt Atticus Finch (Gregory Peck) United Archives GmbH
  20. BBC News Magazine 12 July 2015 Free to pray - but don't try to convert anyone http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-33480115 Exterior of Saint Mary Greek Orthodox Parish Church in Dubai United Arab Emirates Iain Masterton
  21. BBC News Magazine 9 July 2015 The problem with the skyscraper wind effect http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-33426889 Bridgewater Place Leeds ipm (Vicky Matthers) 1918 Madison Square, Flatiron Building, Fifth Avenue New York SOTK2011
  22. BBC News Magazine 21 June 2015 Why are Father's Day cards so awful? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-33201733 The sacrifice of Isaac c.1590 The Art Archive
  23. Daily Express 15 June 2015 Royal Air Force raids on Islamic State leave ONE THIRD of fighter jets out of action http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/584461/Royal-Air-Force-IS-jet-fight-war-jets-tornado Line-up of Royal Air Force Tornado aircraft on display at RAF Marham Garry Lakin
  24. BBC News Magazine 5 June 2015 A Point of View: How time passes differently as you get older http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-33023404 Chekhov, Anton, 29.1.1860 - 15.7.1905, Russian author / writer, half length, on the steps of his house at Melikhovo, May 1897 INTERFOTO (photo cropped)
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