Photographs of Ms Jackie Monkman, Mr Al Thomas, Mr Godfrey Le Cappelain and Mr John Syvret, all undated.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/POR/80/9

Subject: Portraits

File number: 80

Page number: 9

Images of Mrs Kay Griffiths with her children Cara and Adam as she prepares supper for her family in the kitchen of 3, JEP Flats, for Jackie Monkman's feature on the introduction of a Sex Discrimination Act.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/1/92

Date: January 14th 1976 - January 17th 1976

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1976/92

Images of a gathering of States Members and BBC officials for the launch of BBC Radio Jersey. Present at the lunchtime reception at Trinity Manor were the chairman of the BBC, Mr. George Howard, States Broadcasting Committee president, Deputy Enid Quénault, chairman of the Radio Jersey Advisory Council, Mr. Bernard Dubras, the Bailiff, Sir Frank Ereaut, the Deputy Bailiff Mr. P. L. Crill, HM Attorney-General Mr. Vernon Tomes, and Lady Whiteley, as well as the Radio Jersey team consisting of Jackie Monkman, Mike Vibert, manager Mike Warr and Peter Gore [images N-P] [from JEP 16/03/82 p.16]

Reference: L/A/75/A3/7/678

Date: March 15th 1982 - March 15th 1982

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1982/678.

Images of a gathering of States Members and BBC officials for the launch of BBC Radio Jersey. The chairman of the BBC, Mr. George Howard, unveiled a plaque to commemorate the offical opening, alongside the Bailiff, Sir Frank Ereaut [images O-Q], Mr. Howard is also pictured with BBC Radio's managing director Mr. Aubrey Singer and his successor Mr. Dick Francis [V] [from JEP 16/03/82 p.16]

Reference: L/A/75/A3/7/680B

Date: March 15th 1982 - March 15th 1982

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1982/680B.

Programme advertising five weeks of entertainment at the Jersey Opera House featuring a show entitled Crowther's In Town starring Leslie Crowther, Los Zafiros, Los Magicos and the Jack Duff Orchestra. The programme contains a biographic overview of each performer and advertisements for a number of local companies and restaurants.

Reference: L/F/445/C/3/4

Date: May 28th 1979 - June 30th 1979

Programme advertising entertainment at the Jersey Opera House featuring a performance by the comedian Max Bygraves. The programme contains a biographic overview of each performer and advertisements for a number of cigarette brands and local companies and restaurants, as well as an advertisement for the 1980 Bike-a-Thon in aid of the Variety Club of Jersey.

Reference: L/F/445/C/3/5

Date: 1980-06

Programme advertising entertainment at the Jersey Opera House featuring a production of Anthony Marriott and Bob Grant's Never Say No guest starring Richard O'Sullivan and a full supporting cast. The programme contains a biographic overview of each member of the cast, and advertisements for a number of cigarette brands and local companies and restaurants.

Reference: L/F/445/C/3/6

Date: June 16th 1980

Programme for entertainment at Caesar's Palace featuring the 1979 edition of the famous Caesar's Palace Show starring Stuart Gillies, Pat Mooney and Aiden J Harvey. The programme contains a biographic overview of each featured performer, and advertisements for a number of cigarette brands and local companies and restaurants.

Reference: L/F/445/D/3/1

Date: May 7th 1979

Programme for entertainment at Caesar's Palace featuring the 1980 edition of the famous Caesar's Palace Show starring Stuart Gillies, Pat Mooney and Tony Venner. The programme contains a biographic overview of each featured performer, and advertisements for a number of cigarette brands and local companies and restaurants.

Reference: L/F/445/D/3/2

Date: May 5th 1980

Programme for entertainment at Caesar's Palace featuring the 1980 edition of the famous Caesar's Palace Show starring Stuart Gillies, Pat Mooney and Tony Venner. The programme contains a biographic overview of each featured performer, and advertisements for a number of cigarette brands and local companies and restaurants.

Reference: L/F/445/D/3/3

Date: May 5th 1980

Dramatisation of Lillie Langtry looking back on her life and telling her servant Mathilde about it. Part 4-'The Lover', follows her return to Jersey for a visit and meeting her father again, her affair with the Prince, being presented at Court to the Queen, her meeting with Lieutenant Louis Battenberg [Louis Mountbatten] and falling in love with him, the breaking down of her relationship with the Prince and discovering she's pregnant. John Nettles as Bertie, Prince of Wales, Tessa Coleman as Lillie Langtry, Philip Forster as Edward Langtry, Gillian Thomas as Old Lillie, Peter Crill as the Dean of Jersey, Richard Pedley as Prince Louis Battenberg, Peter Le Breuilly as Oscar Wilde, Rachel Dickinson as Patsy Cornwallis-West, Annette Laffoley as Princess Alexandra, Lorraine Falle as Mathilde, Marian Miles as Lillie's Mother, Chris Stone as Crown Prince Rudolf, Roy Thomas as Sir Alan Young, Carol Owens as Dominique, Kieron Sheehan as Prince Edward, Craig Stuart as Prince George, Graham Drummond as Lord Beresford. Production Assistant-Jackie Monkman, Sound Effects-Claire Stanley, Original Music-Roger Bara, Produced and Directed by Cathy Keir. Duration-30.48 minutes.

Reference: R/07/H1/4

Date: January 30th 1997 - January 30th 1997

Dramatisation of Lillie Langtry looking back on her life and telling her servant Mathilde about it. Part 6-'The Actress', following Lillie's acting career, her continuing relationship and later break up with Freddie Gebhard, life in the United States of America, her child Jeanne Marie growing up, the death of her father, moving back permanently to London and her admirers. John Nettles as Bertie, Prince of Wales, Tessa Coleman as Lillie Langtry, Gillian Thomas as Old Lillie, Peter Le Breuilly as Oscar Wilde, Fraser Martin as Freddy Gebhard, Richard Pedley as Prince Louis Battenberg, Marian Miles as Lillie's Mother, Rachel Dickinson as Patsy Cornwallis-West, Emily Martin as Young Jeanne, Lorraine Falle as Mathilde, Philip Le Brocq as Hugh Lonsdale, David Gainsborough Roberts as George Chetwin, Graham Drummond as George Baird, Carol Owens as Dominique, Gavin Standen as Bobby Peel. Production Assistant-Jackie Monkman, Sound Effects-Claire Stanley, Original Music-Roger Bara, Produced and Directed by Cathy Keir. Duration-30.20 minutes.

Reference: R/07/H1/6

Date: February 11th 1997 - February 11th 1997

Dramatisation of Lillie Langtry looking back on her life and telling her servant Mathilde about it. Part 7-'The Grand Dame', following her moving into the horse racing world, the death of Edward Langtry, her relationship with her daughter, marrying Hugo de Bathe, performing at the Opera House, the death of Bertie, moving to Monaco and her death. John Nettles as Bertie, King Edward VII, Tessa Coleman as Lillie Langtry, Gillian Thomas as Old Lillie, Lorraine Falle as Mathilde, Philip Forster as Edward Langtry, Peter Le Breuilly as Oscar Wilde, Rachel Dickinson as Patsy Cornwallis-West, Annette Lafolley as Princess Alexandra, Graham Drummond as Artie Jones, Gareth Thomas as Mr Hughes, Gavin Standen as Glyn and Hugo de Bathe, Philippa d'Aubigny as Jeanne, Roy Thomas as George V, Guy Le Maistre as Mr Syvret, Lisa Baudains as Milly, Jackie Monkman as Lady Whitehouse. Production Assistant-Jackie Monkman, Sound Effects-Claire Stanley, Original Music-Roger Bara, Produced and Directed by Cathy Keir. Duration-30.55 minutes.

Reference: R/07/H1/7

Date: February 19th 1997 - February 19th 1997

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