CodeGB/BCA/1174
Person NameFeather; Vic
SurnameFeather
ForenamesVic
Catalogue
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18585[no caption]John Jensen13 Sep 197018585.jpg 
24380'Well, that's got him underway - what's your problem?'Leslie Gibbard03 May 197324380.jpg 
17431The fickle finger ...Leslie Gibbard09 Mar 197017431.jpg 
15763'Oh, all right, Vic - You lead!'Leslie Gibbard19 Jun 196915763.jpg 
23772"Sorry, I don't want to play ball...'Leslie Gibbard20 Jan 197323772.jpg 
18710'It's time you did SOMETHING, Mr Feather.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]02 Oct 197018710.jpg 
16185[no caption]Leslie Gibbard02 Sep 196916185.jpg 
23110'I say, Tony, aren't some of these chaps meant to be rather good with figures?'Trog [Wally Fawkes]17 Sep 197223110.jpg 
NG0902"... and mind you keep in step this time!"Nicholas Garland08 May 1973NG0902.jpg 
23051'And please, please don't fall off ...'Leslie Gibbard05 Sep 197223051.jpg 
24978[no caption]Leslie Gibbard24 Aug 197324978.jpg 
23268"Now the good news - there's someone interested in your boat!"Paul Rigby17 Oct 197223268.jpg 
22368[no caption]Michael Cummings24 Apr 197222368.jpg 
24097'For heaven's sake, show some concern...'Leslie Gibbard14 Mar 197324097.jpg 
21049"There's a lot of gas escaping, Vic!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]07 Sep 197121049.jpg 
25024"The 'Dying Swan' at Blackpool all this week!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]03 Sep 197325024.jpg 
JJ0215[No caption]John Jensen26 Oct 1969JJ0215.jpg 
23965Last Tango to EternityEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]19 Feb 197323965.jpg 
NG0879[No caption]Nicholas Garland20 Feb 1973NG0879.jpg 
NG0877"The little blighter doesn't seem to mind about the freeze!"Nicholas Garland16 Feb 1973NG0877.jpg 
MW2839"Power Cut"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Feb 1972MW2839.jpg 
MW2984"Who's codding who?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Mar 1973MW2984.jpg 
18517[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]02 Sep 197018517.jpg 
24370'Well done, lads - that showed him!'Mac [Stan McMurtry]02 May 197324370.jpg 
18739"We thought you were a respectable CONSERVATIVE, Mr. Heath! Not a beastly radical with a lot of new-fangled 20th century ideas!"Michael Cummings07 Oct 197018739.jpg 
23942'Look, Feather, I don't care if you think it's a silly design - your place is underneath!'Leslie Gibbard15 Feb 197323942.jpg 
18461[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]10 Aug 197018461.jpg 
24453'I do wish they'd keep the door closed.'Trog [Wally Fawkes]13 May 197324453.jpg 
NG0475"Sir, you give me no choice - choose your weapons!"Nicholas Garland17 Jun 1969NG0475.jpg 
MW2912"Three legged challenge"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Sep 1972MW2912.jpg 
MW2865"High Noon"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Apr 1972MW2865.jpg 
19572"It's outrageous! It's unheard of! The Government wants to drag the unions into law courts!"Michael Cummings31 Jan 197119572.jpg 
18773"I hope, Mr. Barber, you'll have kept your promise to cut surtax by the time the strike has won our wage increase."Michael Cummings12 Oct 197018773.jpg 
23063"Well, Vic, that's what I call a real purge of the moderates!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]07 Sep 197223063.jpg 
23065"Forget inflation - we're only here for the pay rises!"Paul Rigby08 Sep 197223065.jpg 
23417'With due respect, Sir, you'll find the bloody shovel in the boot ...'Leslie Gibbard16 Nov 197223417.jpg 
22389We'd better face it lads - I don't think it's going to go away!Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]26 Apr 197222389.jpg 
16209"Well, you don't fool me! - How much did Wilson pay you!"Mac [Stan McMurtry]05 Sep 196916209.jpg 
24738[no caption]Leslie Gibbard04 Jul 197324738.jpg 
22414'Great news, lads - in future you can use it for defence, too!'Leslie Gibbard02 May 197222414.jpg 
23047[no caption]Michael Cummings03 Sep 197223047.jpg 
17037'Think hard, Vic, there must be SOMEBODY else who wants a pay rise.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]09 Jan 197017037.jpg 
23337[no caption]Leslie Gibbard26 Oct 197223337.jpg 
23795[no caption]Leslie Gibbard23 Jan 197323795.jpg 
16794[no caption]Leslie Gibbard03 Dec 196916794.jpg 
NG0883[No caption]Nicholas Garland06 Mar 1973NG0883.jpg 
16207"Yes, I had a wonderful holiday thanks - went to North Africa." / "Everybody out." / "We have investigated this 'self-employed' tax dodge, sir, and we'd all like to be self employed."Keith Waite04 Sep 196916207.jpg 
19823In search of harmonyLeslie Gibbard04 Mar 197119823.jpg 
19878'Nah lad - can me and m'faithful steed help thee?'Leslie Gibbard11 Mar 197119878.jpg 
22895"Ready everyone? Let's make ourselves a NATION of martyrs!!"Paul Rigby28 Jul 197222895.jpg 
24200"I do hope my sergeant won't forget to tell me if he calls off the spring offensive"Michael Cummings01 Apr 197324200.jpg 
NG1015"If Nixon can talk to Mao, can't we at least talk to Vic - sir?"Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1993NG1015.jpg 
23111"It means all those little luxuries we've been dreaming about - food! light! ..."Paul Rigby18 Sep 197223111.jpg 
18572"You're fifty years overdue!"Bernard Cookson10 Sep 197018572.jpg 
47890"When would you like to move in?" / "I blame the pill"Keith Waite20 Jun 196947890.jpg 
MW2918"Waiting for the horse-power"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Oct 1972MW2918.jpg 
JJ0201War of nervesJohn Jensen08 Jun 1969JJ0201.jpg 
JJ0203[No caption]John Jensen22 Jun 1969JJ0203.jpg 
MW2901"The New Democracy."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Aug 1972MW2901.jpg 
MW2726[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]25 Mar 1971MW2726.jpg 
MW2959"Remember lads - to begin with a bit of European 'Toojours la politesse', so we all wish him 'Bonjour Monsewer Heath' - then we clobber 'im with the old nitty-gritty!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Jan 1973MW2959.jpg 
MW2868"Mayday Parade"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 May 1972MW2868.jpg 
MW2968"Two-faced T.U.C."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]12 Feb 1973MW2968.jpg 
20465Cold steelEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Jun 197120465.jpg 
NG0824"Just a minute - who's flying this thing and who's hi-jacking it?"Nicholas Garland19 Jun 1972NG0824.jpg 
MW2985"Forthcoming attractions"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]26 Mar 1973MW2985.jpg 
24169"Forthcoming attractions"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]26 Mar 197324169.jpg 
23777[no caption]Michael Cummings21 Jan 197323777.jpg 
19743[no caption]Collie [Clive Collins]21 Feb 197119743.jpg 
23269'It was hard bargaining all the way, but eventually Ted let me have Morning Cloud for 2 pounds a week'Mac [Stan McMurtry]17 Oct 197223269.jpg 
23320'5 a.m. lads - where were we?'Mac [Stan McMurtry]28 Oct 197223320.jpg 
AH0409Murder on the Heath lineArthur Horner28 Apr 1972AH0409.jpg 
MW2718"Brothers. We're on our way!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 Feb 1971MW2718.jpg 
22911"You're leading again, my dear!"Nicholas Garland02 Aug 197222911.jpg 
CU1282[no caption]Michael Cummings24 Apr 1972CU1282.jpg 
NG0477[No caption]Nicholas Garland19 Jun 1969NG0477.jpg 
25026"You fools! Now he's got you exactly where he wants you!"Leslie Gibbard04 Sep 197325026.jpg 
47842"Just a minute - who's flying this thing and who's hi-jacking it?"Nicholas Garland19 Jun 197247842.jpg 
15712'Accept our proposals, Wilson, or we jump!'Edward McLachlan08 Jun 196915712.jpg 
15784Between the devil and the TUCStanley Franklin20 Jun 196915784.jpg 
MW2721[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Mar 1971MW2721.jpg 
MW2921"Don't fire it 'til you see the whites of their agreements!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Oct 1972MW2921.jpg 
MW2889"It might be a little presumptuous - but it fills one with a fund of everlasting laissez faire!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Jul 1972MW2889.jpg 
15717"Ruddy Communists!" / "Can't remember whether it's Wilson's turn to warn us or our turn to warn Wilson." / "Definitely not Spanish, have you any GibraltarianKeith Waite10 Jun 196915717.jpg 
24013"The top of the morning to you, Vic!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]27 Feb 197324013.jpg 
MW2717"Doomwatch"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]25 Feb 1971MW2717.jpg 
15767"This could have as long a run as 'The Mousetrap'!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]13 Jun 196915767.jpg 
19762"Lots more cash, lads, and we can pay it back over a hundred years!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]23 Feb 197119762.jpg 
19420"... You put your left foot in, your left foot out, in, out, in, out, then shake it all about..."Mac [Stan McMurtry]13 Jan 197119420.jpg 
24140"Who's codding who?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Mar 197324140.jpg 
17593"... and if you don't watch it I'll have your boots and braces!"Nicholas Garland06 Apr 197017593.jpg 
23270"Well, that's inflation for you."Keith Waite17 Oct 197223270.jpg 
15714Oy! Is this your flock?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197909 Jun 196915714.jpg 
18945"Only 18 per cent? Well, I can do better than that for a start!"Edward McLachlan09 Nov 197018945.jpg 
15799[No caption]John Jensen22 Jun 196915799.jpg 
17607"Look out, Goliath! Behiind you!"Mac [Stan McMurtry]08 Apr 197017607.jpg 
19317Problem posterEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]31 Dec 197019317.jpg 
15704"Are you sure we're heading the right way, Vic?"Jak [Raymond Jackson]06 Jun 196915704.jpg 
15664Big fight warm-upEdward McLachlan01 Jun 196915664.jpg 
15193The horns of a dilemmaJohn Jensen20 Apr 196915193.jpg 
22340"The government sees this as a special case - if we lose we've had it!"Nicholas Garland18 Apr 197222340.jpg 
NG0637"The Glorious Twelfth - of January"Nicholas Garland12 Jan 1971NG0637.jpg 
19753"Well, Vic, I make it eighty to one hundred and fifty thousand, depending on whether you include the 'Gay Liberation Front' or not!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]22 Feb 197119753.jpg 
WF1259Barbara castle has won the hair-do of the year awardTrog [Wally Fawkes]12 Dec 1969WF1259.jpg 
24403"... and mind you keep in step this time!"Nicholas Garland08 May 197324403.jpg 
22374"Who are the masters now?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Apr 197222374.jpg 
16217"... and as a token of our undying support ..."Edward McLachlan07 Sep 196916217.jpg 
16064"When you said you'd produce measures as effective as our proposed legislation - this isn't
exactly what I had in mind!"
Nicholas Garland07 Aug 196916064.jpg 
22335"The Wreckers"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Apr 197222335.jpg 
47849"are you sure it's not OUR grave we're digging, brothers?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]17 Feb 197247849.jpg 
47846"Power Cut"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Feb 197247846.jpg 
23949"The little blighter doesn't seem to mind about the freeze!"Nicholas Garland16 Feb 197323949.jpg 
15199"He who fights and runs away..."Nicholas Garland18 Apr 196915199.jpg 
23671"Remember lads - to begin with a bit of European 'Toojours la politesse', so we all wish
him 'Bonjour Monsewer Heath' - then we clobber 'im with the old nitty-gritty!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Jan 197323671.jpg 
19789"Brothers. We're on our way!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 Feb 197119789.jpg 
19914The Ides of MarchEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Mar 197119914.jpg 
16078"Say cheese!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Aug 196916078.jpg 
16928"After Lord Snowdon old Emmwood's pin-up calendar - a line-up of lovelies that money can't
buy:-" and written under from left "Babs Castle as Cinderella." "Victoria Feather the Gypsy's
warning."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Dec 196916928.jpg 
18561"The Hijacker"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Sep 197018561.jpg 
22412"Mayday Parade"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 May 197222412.jpg 
47843"High Noon"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Apr 197247843.jpg 
16194'Strictly for the Birds.'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Sep 196916194.jpg 
23921"Two-faced T.U.C."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]12 Feb 197323921.jpg 
23263"Waiting for the horse-power"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Oct 197223263.jpg 
47889[No caption]Nicholas Garland19 Jun 196947889.jpg 
15768"Sir, you give me no choice - choose your weapons!"Nicholas Garland17 Jun 196915768.jpg 
24332"The trouble is, if I don't at least try to kill you, I get into awful trouble!"Nicholas Garland26 Apr 197324332.jpg 
16542[No caption]John Jensen26 Oct 196916542.jpg 
22418"I don't know much about Art, but I know what I like!"Michael Cummings01 May 197222418.jpg 
19976[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]25 Mar 197119976.jpg 
15711War of nervesJohn Jensen08 Jun 196915711.jpg 
15840Advantage Wilson!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197930 June 196915840.jpg 
19854[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Mar 197119854.jpg 
18641"Who does he think he is - Barbara Castle?"Nicholas Garland21 Sep 197018641.jpg 
18474"The Glorious Twelfth"Nicholas Garland12 Aug 197018474.jpg 
19415"The Glorious Twelfth - of January"Nicholas Garland12 Jan 197119415.jpg 
19770"Doomwatch"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]25 Feb 197119770.jpg 
22369[No caption]Nicholas Garland24 Apr 197222369.jpg 
22759"Stop rocking the boat Feather - you'll have us over!"Nicholas Garland28 Jun 197222759.jpg 
23166"Three legged challenge"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Sep 197223166.jpg 
23338"Russian Roulette"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 Nov 197223338.jpg 
23296"Don't fire it 'til you see the whites of their agreements!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Oct 197223296.jpg 
22847"No thanks - have one of mine!"Nicholas Garland13 Jul 197222847.jpg 
23603"Strike hands with me..."Nicholas Garland19 Dec 197223603.jpg 
15736'A Mr Feather and a Mrs Castle would like to enrol'Stanley Franklin12 Jun 196915736.jpg 
22466[no caption]Bernard Cookson08 May 197222466.jpg 
JJ0197The horns of a dilemmaJohn Jensen20 Apr 1969JJ0197.jpg 
15834[no caption]Edward McLachlan29 Jun 196915834.jpg 
21766"That's how it is lads - all for none and none for all!"Nicholas Garland11 Jan 197221766.jpg 
24864'Confrontation? I see no confrontation...'Leslie Gibbard31 Jul 197324864.jpg 
NG0857"Strike hands with me..."Nicholas Garland19 Dec 1972NG0857.jpg 
NG0863"When shall we three not have to meet again ..."Nicholas Garland12 Jan 1973NG0863.jpg 
NG0769"That's how it is lads - all for none and none for all!"Nicholas Garland11 Jan 1972NG0769.jpg 
NG0868"A horse! A horse! My kingdom for ... ah-ha!"Nicholas Garland24 Jan 1973NG0868.jpg 
18806"... and the best of luck, mate, you'll need it."Collie [Clive Collins]18 Oct 197018806.jpg 
23729"When shall we three not have to meet again ..."Nicholas Garland12 Jan 197323729.jpg 
23801"A horse! A horse! My kingdom for ... ah-ha!"Nicholas Garland24 Jan 197323801.jpg 
15750"I knew there was to be some sort of compromise ..."Bernard Cookson13 Jun 196915750.jpg 
23356"We're extrmely concerned that because we've refused to help the Captain save the ship, there will be a catastrophic sinking of our image with the public!"Michael Cummings06 Nov 197223356.jpg 
22829"We'd better make a move, Vic - time's running out for both of us"Bernard Cookson10 Jul 197222829.jpg 
24845"Is this a counterfeit note?"Michael Cummings27 Jul 197324845.jpg 
19858[no caption]Bernard Cookson09 Mar 197119858.jpg 
18562"Now, brothers, we've heard a lot about cooling off periods..."Bernard Cookson08 Sep 197018562.jpg 
NG0834"No thanks - have one of mine!"Nicholas Garland13 Jul 1972NG0834.jpg 
18668"But you should see the one that'll get away ..."Michael Cummings25 Sep 197018668.jpg 
24341"Y'see the lads themselves choose the tune..."Leslie Gibbard27 Apr 197324341.jpg 
22351"Let's stick to the steam engine - after all, we invented it!"Michael Cummings21 Apr 197222351.jpg 
23155"Don't panic men, Europe's just over there - I think."Paul Rigby27 Sep 197223155.jpg 
23105"Now let's see - what shall we do about the stable door?"Paul Rigby16 Sep 197223105.jpg 
MW2843"The Winner"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]19 Feb 1972MW2843.jpg 
MW2593"Eeyore, the old grey donkey, stood by the side of the stream, and looked at himself in
the water 'pathetic', he said 'that's what it is, pathetic.'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 Dec 1969MW2593.jpg 
NG0803[No caption]Nicholas Garland24 Apr 1972NG0803.jpg 
NG0659[No caption]Nicholas Garland18 Mar 1971NG0659.jpg 
23323"Unless you fly us where WE want to go, we'll blow up you and the passengers!"Michael Cummings29 Oct 197223323.jpg 
NG0801"The government sees this as a special case - if we lose we've had it!"Nicholas Garland18 Apr 1972NG0801.jpg 
NG0453"He who fights and runs away..."Nicholas Garland18 Apr 1969NG0453.jpg 
16011"You could still use my matches to get it working again, Vic."Mac [Stan McMurtry]29 Jul 196916011.jpg 
22413"I agree it's black but let's just move this one"Nicholas Garland01 May 197222413.jpg 
MW3292"The shark has pretty teeth, dear, And he keeps them pearly white, Just a jack-knife has Macheath, dear, And it's no longer out of sight!". Nearly the Threepenny Opera.Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Feb 1970MW3292.jpg 
18735[no caption]Nicholas Garland06 Oct 197018735.jpg 
16862Barbara castle has won the hair-do of the year awardTrog [Wally Fawkes]12 Dec 196916862.jpg 
18648"Don't worry, I never listen to the critics."Mac [Stan McMurtry]22 Sep 197018648.jpg 
22920"Prime Minister! How marvellous that you've stopped bashing the poor, long-suffering unions!"Michael Cummings04 Aug 197222920.jpg 
24055"I'm sorry, Captain Noah! My members are downing tools because they can't all sit at the captain's table!"Michael Cummings07 Mar 197324055.jpg 
18398Wage war starts - back pageLeslie Gibbard27 Aug 197018398.jpg 
24000[no caption]Nicholas Garland26 Feb 197324000.jpg 
23264"Right Ted, that's your two, and I've raised it two - now let's see who's bluffing."Paul Rigby16 Oct 197223264.jpg 
26378[no caption]Michael Cummings19 Jun 197426378.jpg 
23345[no caption]Leslie Gibbard02 Nov 197223345.jpg 
23214"It was all very well to say 'Drink me,' but the wise little Alice was not going to do
that in a hurry."
Leslie Gibbard06 Oct 197223214.jpg 
34975"The water workers' turn next, lads!"Stanley Franklin21 Feb 198134975.jpg 
19907Pilgrim Father's returnNicholas Garland15 Mar 197119907.jpg 
16769"I regret, Sire, I must return the medal you gave me!"Michael Cummings28 Nov 196916769.jpg 
NG0608"Who does he think he is - Barbara Castle?"Nicholas Garland21 Sep 1970NG0608.jpg 
19747[no caption]Michael Cummings22 Feb 197119747.jpg 
21473'They were clearly marked non-returnable!'Leslie Gibbard19 Nov 197121473.jpg 
16869"Let's hope we have better luck with this one."Mac [Stan McMurtry]12 Dec 196916869.jpg 
17051[no caption]Edward McLachlan11 Jan 197017051.jpg 
NG0830[No caption]Nicholas Garland06 Jul 1972NG0830.jpg 
23342"Ah, but do I bail voluntarily or on a statutory basis?"Paul Rigby02 Nov 197223342.jpg 
19828B.R.Leslie Gibbard05 Mar 197119828.jpg 
22360[no caption]Gerald Scarfe23 Apr 1972 
22791'Give him a chance to get used to it - then we'll talk about his complaints'Leslie Gibbard04 Jul 197222791.jpg 
NM0065"Compliments of the season."Norman Mansbridge1973NM0065.jpg 
MW2848"Giving us four lumps of sugar in warm milky tea and a sack of spuds to take home isn't going to stop me from slapping in a dirty great wage claim - at a stroke!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Mar 1972MW2848.jpg 
22804'Over here, Ted! - Good grief, man, get your priorities right!'Mac [Stan McMurtry]06 Jul 197222804.jpg 
MW2886"Stymied"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Jul 1972MW2886.jpg 
18375"Really, Mr. Heath, you can safely leave the business of taming the animals to me!"Michael Cummings31 Aug 197018375.jpg 
MW2975" ... That about wraps it up Vic, fifty-one national strike weeks and one national working week - plus fringe benefits!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 Feb 1973MW2975.jpg 
CU1306[no caption]Michael Cummings13 Dec 1972CU1306.jpg 
MW3416Westminster Players Present: - Return of 'Oliver' starring: - H. Wilson as the Artful
Dodger and Roy Jenkins as Fagin and Big Jim Callaghan as Bill Sikes
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Apr 1969MW3416.jpg 
CU1288[no caption]Michael Cummings05 Jul 1972CU1288.jpg 
NG0478"The strife is o'er, the battle done; / Now is the Victor's triumph won; / O let the song of praise be sung. Alleluia!"Nicholas Garland20 Jun 1969NG0478.jpg 
MW2952Old Emmwood's Almanack ... for 1973Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]30 Dec 1972MW2952.jpg 
20131"Mr Maudling requests cinema licensing authorities to use their powers to stamp out
indecent and offensive film advertising (news item)"
Nicholas Garland20 Apr 197120131.jpg 
15701"Send a shot across her bows, Mr Scanlon - and prepare boarders!"Nicholas Garland06 Jun 196915701.jpg 
17202"The shark has pretty teeth, dear, And he keeps them pearly white, Just a jack-knife has
Macheath, dear, And it's no longer out of sight!". Nearly the Threepenny Opera.
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Feb 197017202.jpg 
15775"An Ascot sketchbook - new and old hats"Nicholas Garland18 Jun 196915775.jpg 
17307"That's agreed then,
brothers, we call for a strike against Fords of Swansea, putting our jobs in jeopardy by
going on strike!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]17 Feb 197017307.jpg 
19752[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Feb 197119752.jpg 
22429The Charge of the Feather-Light BrigadeMichael Cummings03 May 197222429.jpg 
20769... and if OUR treatment works - perhaps you could cut down on the amount of blood you keep taking from her.Collie [Clive Collins]18 Jul 197120769.jpg 
MW3021"I wish I could think of something that could rescue US at a stroke!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Sep 1973MW3021.jpg 
20528Bargain offer!!Collie [Clive Collins]13 Jun 197120528.jpg 
19945"Birds of a Feather."Collie [Clive Collins]21 Mar 197119945.jpg 
NG0893[No caption]Nicholas Garland02 Apr 1973NG0893.jpg 
18497This new idea of everyone smiling, why doesn't it work with me?Keith Waite16 Aug 197018497.jpg 
18386"Now your old pop star, Vic Feather, singing - "Money is the root of all evil."'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]28 Aug 197018386.jpg 
22058"Ted! There comes a time when a man's gotta do what a man's gotta do!"Nicholas Garland22 Feb 197222058.jpg 
24242"So forget wages, mortgages, prices - we're sending EVERYONE a credit card!"Paul Rigby08 Apr 197324242.jpg 
MW2724The Ides of MarchEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Mar 1971MW2724.jpg 
MW2562"Say cheese!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Aug 1969MW2562.jpg 
MW2678"I hope THAT little caning is going to hurt you more than it hurt me!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 Sep 1970MW2678.jpg 
MW2842"are you sure it's not OUR grave we're digging, brothers?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]17 Feb 1972MW2842.jpg 
NG0494"When you said you'd produce measures as effective as our proposed legislation - this isn't exactly what I had in mind!"Nicholas Garland07 Aug 1969NG0494.jpg 
15753[no caption]Leslie Gibbard14 Jun 196915753.jpg 
17499'Halt! In the name of the law!'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]19 Mar 197017499.jpg 
17936[no caption]Leslie Gibbard06 Jun 197017936.jpg 
23286"So forget wages, prices, money - we're sendng EVERYONE a credit card!"Paul Rigby20 Oct 197223286.jpg 
23353[no caption]Leslie Gibbard04 Nov 197223353.jpg 
18538[no caption]Michael Cummings07 Sep 197018538.jpg 
22754[no caption]Michael Cummings28 Jun 197222754.jpg 
MW2596"After Lord Snowdon old Emmwood's pin-up calendar - a line-up of lovelies that money can't buy:-" and written under from left "Babs Castle as Cinderella." "Victoria Feather the Gypsy's warning."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Dec 1969MW2596.jpg 
MW2864"The Wreckers"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Apr 1972MW2864.jpg 
NG0650"Ah ha! This is just what we've been looking for!"Nicholas Garland12 Feb 1971NG0650.jpg 
NG0899"The trouble is, if I don't at least try to kill you, I get into awful trouble!"Nicholas Garland26 Apr 1973NG0899.jpg 
MW2925"Russian Roulette"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 Nov 1972MW2925.jpg 
NG0657"Well, you know the government's views, Mr Feather - let's hear yours!"Nicholas Garland11 Mar 1971NG0657.jpg 
ILW4251Advantage Wilson!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197930 June 1969ILW4251.jpg 
22353[no caption]Nicholas Garland21 Apr 197222353.jpg 
22828"Stymied"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Jul 197222828.jpg 
16970"Old Emmwood's Almanack."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]30 Dec 196916970.jpg 
20833"Well done my dear - we all knew you had it in you!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]29 Jul 197120833.jpg 
22867"It might be a little presumptuous - but it fills one with a fund of everlasting laissez
faire!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Jul 197222867.jpg 
18484"Right - that's enough gas, let's try some rubber bullets!"Nicholas Garland14 Aug 197018484.jpg 
15390"I think they want it to be to the death!"Nicholas Garland13 May 196915390.jpg 
NG0655"Shut up Scanlon! You'll let him know we're coming!"Nicholas Garland02 Mar 1971NG0655.jpg 
25021[no caption]Michael Cummings03 Sep 197325021.jpg 
18774"Right! So much for the victory celebrations: now for the race!"Nicholas Garland12 Oct 197018774.jpg 
NG0606"Right - that's enough gas, let's try some rubber bullets!"Nicholas Garland14 Aug 1970NG0606.jpg 
15117Westminster Players Present: - Return of 'Oliver' starring: - H. Wilson as the Artful
Dodger and Roy Jenkins as Fagin and Big Jim Callaghan as Bill Sikes
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Apr 196915117.jpg 
MW2892"Containerisation"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]29 Jul 1972MW2892.jpg 
16190"When it comes to 'doing your thing' there's nothing anyone can teach Harold!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]02 Sep 196916190.jpg 
MW2617Published caption:- "That's agreed then, brothers, we call for a strike against Fords of Swansea, putting our jobs in jeopardy by going on strike!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]17 Feb 1970MW2617.jpg 
MW2867"Who are the masters now?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Apr 1972MW2867.jpg 
NG0692"I'm afraid we had to get a bit rough with Carr over his bill, Rippon, - so you just watch it!"Nicholas Garland02 Jun 1971NG0692.jpg 
NG0919"Dear Scanlon, You are banned from the Downing Street Tournament. Signed AUEW"Nicholas Garland21 Jun 1973NG0919.jpg 
22447"All right driver - now you stick 'em up!"Nicholas Garland05 May 197222447.jpg 
23327"I give in - I'm going to accept his two quid for a taxi fare!"Paul Rigby29 Oct 197223327.jpg 
23947"... and this behaving like a Prime Minister will get you nowhere!"Bernard Cookson16 Feb 197323947.jpg 
23161[no caption]Leslie Gibbard28 Sep 197223161.jpg 
16213"As the 'binding' won't work on the strikers, Harold, I'm trying it on you instead"Michael Cummings05 Sep 196916213.jpg 
19180"No, Victor doesn't want to come out and play - now go away you nasty, rough little boy!"Nicholas Garland09 Dec 198019180.jpg 
NG0672"Mr Maudling requests cinema licensing authorities to use their powers to stamp out indecent and offensive film advertising (news item)"Nicholas Garland20 Apr 1971NG0672.jpg 
MW2672"The Hijacker"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Sep 1970MW2672.jpg 
CU1281"Let's stick to the steam engine - after all, we invented it!"Michael Cummings21 Apr 1972CU1281.jpg 
MW2716[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Feb 1971MW2716.jpg 
19800"Shut up Scanlon! You'll let him know we're coming!"Nicholas Garland02 Mar 197119800.jpg 
19928[No caption]Nicholas Garland18 Mar 197119928.jpg 
19873"Well, you know the government's views, Mr Feather - let's hear yours!"Nicholas Garland11 Mar 197119873.jpg 
19517[no caption]Michael Cummings25 Jan 197119517.jpg 
19670"Ah ha! This is just what we've been looking for!"Nicholas Garland12 Feb 197119670.jpg 
22801[No caption]Nicholas Garland06 Jul 197222801.jpg 
18678"Our privileges are in danger! Dangerous revolutionaries are after us!"Michael Cummings27 Sep 197018678.jpg 
19994"Don't listen to him - he's sober"Michael Cummings29 Mar 197119994.jpg 
19774The exploits of CarrnuteLeslie Gibbard26 Feb 197119774.jpg 
23501"Bloody traffic jams!"Nicholas Garland01 Dec 197223501.jpg 
21173[no caption]Leslie Gibbard30 Oct 197121173.jpg 
MW2627"Three for the election stakes. BROKEN PROMISES by Necessity out of Dynamic Government. SHIPSHADE TED by Enoch Overboard out of Law and Order. FEATHER YOUR NEST by Wage Spiral out of Union Demands."
Published captions written after names under each picture from left:- BROKEN PROMISES Election stakes chances looking slightly better after recent canter in Scotland. Head Lad Brown says 'We've got a plan and that's straight from the horses mouth - it's just getting the timing right for his big race! Trainer Jenkins says 'If my April forecast is right, he should be fit for the June or October stakes, but if the going looks hard, it might be months sooner than weeks.'" FEATHER YOUR NEST "Blinkered - could cause consternation by balking favourite. Head lad, Clive Jenkins, says 'Whatever the result, we're going to win, and if anyone thinks different let them bloody well try! Greatest danger, Shipshape Ted. At last meeting BROKEN PROMISES didn't get a place. SHIPSHAPE TED "Comes again and now and again in spite of fluctuating odds. Backers say it should be plain sailing in election stakes after his Australian triumph. Easily led to water. Head lad, Maudling, says 'He's a good honest performer.' Trainer Hogg says 'When he gets the bit between his teeth they'll be no holding him.'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Mar 1970MW2627.jpg 
19781"Could you give us a hand - I can't land him and he can't get off the hook!"Nicholas Garland24 Feb 197119781.jpg 
18902Fireworks are dangerousLeslie Gibbard03 Nov 197018902.jpg 
24432Prices & Incomes policeLeslie Gibbard10 May 197324432.jpg 
15785"Go on, Mr. Feather, show us your party piece where you can switch him off just by frowning!"Mac [Stan McMurtry]20 Jun 196915785.jpg 
19163"Look! We're opposing the Trade Unions Bill - and gravity!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]05 Dec 197019163.jpg 
16210[no caption]Leslie Gibbard05 Sep 196916210.jpg 
20026"Fancy a game of ping-pong first, Ted - just to sort of break the ice?"Collie [Clive Collins]11 Apr 197120026.jpg 
20836Sorry, laddie, count me out!Leslie Gibbard29 Jul 197120836.jpg 
23087'Okay, here they come now, Reggie. Remember, if you get any more good ideas, tap me on the foot.'Mac [Stan McMurtry]13 Sep 197223087.jpg 
MW2599"Old Emmwood's Almanack."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]30 Dec 1969MW2599.jpg 
15776"You'll be pleased to hear we've come up with an alternative to fines for unofficial strikers...."Mac [Stan McMurtry]18 Jun 196915776.jpg 
NG0511"Pity we can't kill off the beaters as well!"Nicholas Garland31 Oct 1969NG0511.jpg 
NG0829"Stop rocking the boat Feather - you'll have us over!"Nicholas Garland28 Jun 1972NG0829.jpg 
18877"I say, Barber, wouldn't it help the revenue if we put a tax on tears?"Michael Cummings30 Oct 197018877.jpg 
17048Collision CourseTrog [Wally Fawkes]12 Jan 197017048.jpg 
17700[no caption]Leslie Gibbard25 Apr 197017700.jpg 
21579If the Monarchy costs too much Cummings presents some alternatives:Michael Cummings06 Dec 197121579.jpg 
23352'... even now, the Government is making last-minute efforts to avoid the necessity of a prices and wages freeze.'Mac [Stan McMurtry]04 Nov 197223352.jpg 
16861"Eeyore, the old grey donkey, stood by the side of the stream, and looked at himself in
the water 'pathetic', he said 'that's what it is, pathetic.'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 Dec 196916861.jpg 
MW2779"Well done my dear - we all knew you had it in you!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]29 Jul 1971MW2779.jpg 
MW3287'Strictly for the Birds.'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Sep 1969MW3287.jpg 
24113'I'm prepared to listen to anytime ...Leslie Gibbard16 Mar 197324113.jpg 
25022"I wish I could think of something that could rescue US at a stroke!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Sep 197325022.jpg 
MW2670"More hue and cry. FOR CONCORDE BOOM-BOOMS. Heaven sent silver. FOR POP FESTIVALS Album Blues. FOR POST MORTEMS. Embarrassing Pink. FOR MEN OVERBOARD. Warmer Tones."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Sep 1970MW2670.jpg 
23262"10 pounds? - 20 pounds? - 30 pounds? Anything you want! I'll work out the tax on it later!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]16 Oct 197223262.jpg 
18528"More hue and cry. FOR CONCORDE BOOM-BOOMS. Heaven sent silver. FOR POP FESTIVALS Album
Blues. FOR POST MORTEMS. Embarrassing Pink. FOR MEN OVERBOARD. Warmer Tones."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Sep 197018528.jpg 
24010" ... That about wraps it up Vic, fifty-one national strike weeks and one national working
week - plus fringe benefits!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 Feb 197324010.jpg 
20463"I'm afraid we had to get a bit rough with Carr over his bill, Rippon, - so you just watch
it!"
Nicholas Garland02 Jun 197120463.jpg 
23780[No caption]Nicholas Garland22 Jan 197323780.jpg 
16574"Pity we can't kill off the beaters as well!"Nicholas Garland31 Oct 196916574.jpg 
22149"Giving us four lumps of sugar in warm milky tea and a sack of spuds to take home isn't
going to stop me from slapping in a dirty great wage claim - at a stroke!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Mar 197222149.jpg 
23574[no caption]Michael Cummings13 Dec 197223574.jpg 
NG0470"Send a shot across her bows, Mr Scanlon - and prepare boarders!"Nicholas Garland06 Jun 1969NG0470.jpg 
16822"It's your own fault! You should've slapped Vic Feather and his lot in jail before they had time to form a Junta!"Mac [Stan McMurtry]08 Dec 196916822.jpg 
NG0605"The Glorious Twelfth"Nicholas Garland12 Aug 1970NG0605.jpg 
NG0866[No caption]Nicholas Garland22 Jan 1973NG0866.jpg 
19830[no caption]Nicholas Garland05 Mar 197119830.jpg 
21352'You know, I do believe they enjoy it'Leslie Gibbard02 Nov 197121352.jpg 
40445[no caption]Michael Cummings18 Mar 197040445.jpg 
24316Easter ParadeGerald Scarfe22 Apr 1973 
NG0476"An Ascot sketchbook - new and old hats"Nicholas Garland18 Jun 1969NG0476.jpg 
NG1084"Come on chaps - over the top!"Nicholas Garland10 Jan 1972NG1084.jpg 
17548Chrys's Easter bonnet paradeChrys [George Fraser Chrystal]29 Mar 197017548.jpg 
23355[no caption]Gerald Scarfe05 Nov 1972 
23648Old Emmwood's Almanack ... for 1973Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]30 Dec 197223648.jpg 
15783"The strife is o'er, the battle done; / Now is the Victor's triumph won; / O let the song
of praise be sung. Alleluia!"
Nicholas Garland20 Jun 196915783.jpg 
21760"Come on chaps - over the top!"Nicholas Garland10 Jan 197221760.jpg 
17528 BROKEN PROMISES Election stakes chances looking slightly better after recent canter in
Scotland. Head Lad Brown says 'We've got a plan and that's straight from the horses mouth -
it's just getting the timing right for his big race! Trainer Jenkins says 'If my April
forecast is right, he should be fit for the June or October stakes, but if the going looks
hard, it might be months sooner than weeks.'" FEATHER YOUR NEST "Blinkered - could cause
consternation by balking favourite. Head lad, Clive Jenkins, says 'Whatever the result,
we're going to win, and if anyone thinks different let them bloody well try! Greatest
danger, Shipshape Ted. At last meeting BROKEN PROMISES didn't get a place. SHIPSHAPE TED
"Comes again and now and again in spite of fluctuating odds. Backers say it should be plain
sailing in election stakes after his Australian triumph. Easily led to water. Head lad,
Maudling, says 'He's a good honest performer.' Trainer Hogg says 'When he gets the bit
between his teeth they'll be no holding him.'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Mar 197017528.jpg 
16987"... Grasping a nettle for the nation's good is a wiser approach than steering clear of a difficult problem in the vain hope that it will disappear" ... Mr WilsonMichael Cummings02 Jan 197016987.jpg 
16021"It's all right, everybody! The T.U.C. have got the strike crisis in hand!"Michael Cummings30 Jul 196916021.jpg 
22332"Gentlemen! There's been a nasty outbreak of subversion during the rail dispute - Mr. Barber claimed he and Mr. Heath were running the country, and Jenkins defected to the enemyMichael Cummings17 Apr 197222332.jpg 
19081"In deciding that, after all, Miss Trade Union is 'World's Loveliest Girl,' I assure you I'm a totally impartial judge!"Michael Cummings25 Nov 197019081.jpg 
22794[no caption]Michael Cummings05 Jul 197222794.jpg 
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