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Bookcases intact in a sitting room bombed apart. London did rebuild along the Blitz offered along the same street lines that existed before. What is striking about these photos is they show a city that is so familiar, destroyed in a way none of us have ever experienced. You cannot help looking at images of bomb downed seven cities without thinking of wider events. That is inevitable. This new exhibition shows a city destroyed by war, this time without fanfare.
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London during the Blitz, a newsreel showing resilience and heroism. But the new exhibition shows a different side to the destruction. Alongside paintings from well-known war artists are some unexpected contributors, two city police men. They were recording the damage to the city, partially with the aim of recording it so they could think about reconstruction work. It is not known if these images were ever helped to rebuild, less defiant, more private.
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It's quite cool. I probably should try it out, but I'm not going to. After seeing how heated the matches were getting, I was happy I was only a spectator, but quickly I realised the organisers had other plans. Oh... I was told an international exhibition match was going to be taking place, one between Sudan and Britain. And, yes, you guessed it, I was going to be representing Britain.
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It is inevitable, I think. This new exhibition shows a city destroyed by war, this time, without the fanfare. Caroline Davies, BBC News. You're watching Breakfast from BBC News.
BBC News 24
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London during The Blitz. A newsreel showing resilience and There wasn't. The Museum of London exhibition shows a different side. Some photographs, and some unexpected contributors. Two city policemen. They were recording the damage to the city. Partially with the name of recording it so they could think about reconstruction afterwards. It is not known if images we usually see of The Blitz were recorded as propaganda.
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But despite the heavy bombardment, two police officers managed to document the devastation through a series of photographs. Now, those rarely-seen images are going on display at an exhibition in London. Our reporter, Caroline Davies, has been to see them. Here again are the same firefighters who face peril in danger with courage.
BBC News 24
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I was told an international exhibition match was going to be taking place, one between Sudan and Britain. And, yes, you guessed it, I was going to be representing Britain. I'm usually up for doing a lot of things, but wrestling a guy, in front of 2,000 people, is a bit further than what I usually go.
BBC One London
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It's quite cool. I probably should try it out, but I'm not going to. After seeing how heated the matches were getting, I was happy I was only a spectator, but quickly I realised the organisers had other plans. I was told an international exhibition match was going to be taking place, one between Sudan and Britain. And, yes, you guessed it, I was going to be representing Britain.
BBC One Wales
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I probably should try it out, but I'm not going to. After seeing how heated the matches were getting, I was happy I was only a spectator, but quickly I realised the organisers had other plans. I was told an international exhibition match was going to be taking place, one between Sudan and Britain.
BBC News 24
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After seeing how heated the matches can get I was happy I was only a spectator. But quickly I realise the organisers had other plans. I was told an international exhibition match was going to take place, one between Saddam and Britain, -- Sudan.
BBC One London
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You can't help looking at images of bomb damaged cities without thinking about wider political events. That's inevitable, I think. Thank you very much, Francis. The exhibition is still running at the Museum of London, and I'll be finding out more later on today. Councils across London are still working to remove the hundreds of trees brought down yesterday during Storm Doris.
BBC One London
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I'm joined by the curator of the exhibition, Francis. Can you tell me a little bit more about these images? What are they of, and why were they created? Well, the photographs were taken by two City of London policeman, Arthur Cross and Fred Tibbs. They were commissioned by the police, the City of London Police, to record the destruction of the bombing. We've obviously seen a lot of images of London during the Blitz. While these different to the normal images that we see? They were taken not for public consumption, basically.
BBC One London
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I'm here at the Museum of London, where an exhibition, Perspectives Of Destruction, is looking at images of the Blitz. We have some images here that have been recently acquired by the museum. Pictures from Graham Sutherland, who was one of many war artists. He captured the Blitz. But we also have images here that photographs taken by some city policeman.
BBC One South
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They were a part of many people's childhoods - today an exhibition of artwork from Ladybird books opens in Reading. The University archive has over 20 thousand original illustrations. The books covered topics such as 'how magnets work' and 'what to look for in winter'. More recently the classic pictures have been used for a new series aimed at grown-ups. Joe Campbell reports. Now a museum piece, Ladybird's pocket size, ideal for little hands, was no mere marketing ploy back in their heyday.
BBC News 24
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After a church roof collapsed yesterday. In Chiswick, the road is still blocked between the a 316 and Burlington Lane. An exhibition of artwork from Ladybird books is being launched in Reading today. The archive at the University of Reading has over 20,000 original illustrations. The pocket-sized books from the 20th century covered topics such as how magnets work and what to look for in winter. More recently the classic illustrations have been used for a new series aimed at grown-ups. Someone had made an effort with it.
BBC One South West
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Were at 6:30pm. -- more about that at 6:30pm. A photojournalist who witnessed some of the biggest moments of the last sixty years is showing the images he's captured in his new home town in Dorset. The exhibition of Tor Eye-gland's work is being held at Duke's in Dorchester. Claire Vera has been taking a look and meeting the man himself. You try to transmit feelings, events, you don't take anything, you do it straight.
BBC One London
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Now, I'm sure you've heard about the new exhibition of Princess Diana's dresses that's opening tomorrow at Kensington Palace. Well, our Arts Correspondent Brenda Emmanus has been meeting some of the London designers behind them, and hearing what it was like to work with the Princess, transforming her from a shy teenager to a fashion icon.
STV
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When we got to the train it looked like everybody was OK. A new exhibition of police wanted posters from the last century is on display in Aberdeen as part of the city's Granite Noir crime-fiction festival. From dark and deadly deeds, to a missing bulldog called Billy, they tell the tales of the most wanted and most feared criminals on the run.
BBC News 24
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She knows what suits her and she wears it well. Few would disagree with that and the exhibition organisers can be confident that the crowds will come from around the world to experience something of Diana's glamour. Interest in Diana remains considerable, despite the passage of years, but one imagines that her family would hope that she would be remembered for much more than just the dresses she wore. didn't like to be known as a clotheshorse, however she did understand the language of fashion very well and she used clothes to help her do the job on hand.
BBC News 24
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The results were frequently eye-catching - dresses that have lingered in the memory and now, 20 years after Diana's death, 25 of those dresses have been brought together for an exhibition at her former home, Kensington Palace. They chart the evolution of an initially quite demure teenager through to her emergence on the national and international stages, with, outwardly at least, much greater confidence in her choices of costume.
BBC News 24
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Some of her most recognisable and exquisite outfits have been brought together for a new exhibition - 'Diana, her fashion story' in this, the 20th anniversary year of her death. Our royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell has been to Kensington Palace for a preview. Her public image was in so many ways defined by the clothes that she wore. She was one of world's most photographed women and many of the world's top designers clamoured to dress her.
Sky News
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He has become a successful artist and recently killed his own exhibition. -- held. Do you remember how you started? At times, I was sitting up, and I was getting really bored.
Sky News
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Everywhere she travelled, the cameras followed, capturing images that would be projected around the world, fuelling an intense fascination in Princess Diana and the clothes she wore. Now an exhibition inside Kensington Palace is putting on display some of her most iconic outfits, from her demure early wardrobe to an array of spectacular evening wear that would mark her out as an international style icon.
ITV
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As a patron of the arts, humanities, and the working Princess. She had a number of favourites featured in this exhibition. Dresses that she wore on more than one occasion. If you were to pick your favourite, which would it be? It depends on the day. I think she never looked That's it this lunchtime.