CodeGB/BCA/1320
Dates1926-1999
Person NameJenkins; Clive (1926-1999)
SurnameJenkins
ForenamesClive
Catalogue
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23273"It's an offer from Clive Jenkins for Morning Cloud, sir .. 2 poundsBernard Cookson17 Oct 197223273.jpg 
16200"She's not asking for a penny right in the middle of our Equal Pay debate?"Bernard Cookson04 Sep 196916200.jpg 
15268"You need Clive Jenkins to do some negotiating for you"Stanley Franklin07 Apr 196915268.jpg 
17480[no caption]Leslie Gibbard16 Mar 197017480.jpg 
18572"You're fifty years overdue!"Bernard Cookson10 Sep 197018572.jpg 
17489"Clear the runway, Clive Jenkins coming in to land"Stanley Franklin17 Mar 197017489.jpg 
17479"OK, Charlie, give us a couple of hours' start then report that there's been a hijacking to Cuba."Mac [Stan McMurtry]16 Mar 197017479.jpg 
15712'Accept our proposals, Wilson, or we jump!'Edward McLachlan08 Jun 196915712.jpg 
NG0601"Unpatriotic aircraft approaching! Scramble! Scramble!"Nicholas Garland05 Aug 1970NG0601.jpg 
15664Big fight warm-upEdward McLachlan01 Jun 196915664.jpg 
16217"... and as a token of our undying support ..."Edward McLachlan07 Sep 196916217.jpg 
18561"The Hijacker"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Sep 197018561.jpg 
18361"Unpatriotic aircraft approaching! Scramble! Scramble!"Nicholas Garland05 Aug 197018361.jpg 
30686"Ugh! That Starsky and Hutch - so violent and frightening!"Nicholas Garland07 Apr 197730686.jpg 
18806"... and the best of luck, mate, you'll need it."Collie [Clive Collins]18 Oct 197018806.jpg 
NG1625"Ugh! That Starsky and Hutch - so violent and frightening!"Nicholas Garland07 Apr 1977NG1625.jpg 
17512"... and I want a good clean joust!"Bernard Cookson20 Mar 197017512.jpg 
17476"You say you are Prime Minister? There must be a mistake! Mr. Clive Jenkins is perfectly convinced HE is Prime Minister."Michael Cummings16 Mar 197017476.jpg 
09752[no caption]William Papas06 Oct 196609752.jpg 
NG1504"Mr Plod jerked Mr Monkey out of the car, and took him by the arm. Big Ears took him by the other arm, and Noddy followed, holding his tail. Aha! Mr. Marvel Monkey was well and truly caught!" (Do look out, Noddy! by Enid Blyton)Nicholas Garland18 Jun 1976NG1504.jpg 
23432[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]19 Nov 197223432.jpg 
NG1620[no caption]Nicholas Garland29 Mar 1977NG1620.jpg 
16377"I'm not taking a chance on any of you rocking this boat again!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]30 Sep 196916377.jpg 
NG1462A[no caption]Nicholas Garland05 Mar 1976NG1462A.jpg 
23414Return of Quatermass - a Ninety-day thrillerEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Nov 197223414.jpg 
23331Hugh Scanlon - symbol of the Left's hard lineMichael Cummings30 Oct 197223331.jpg 
17499'Halt! In the name of the law!'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]19 Mar 197017499.jpg 
16190"When it comes to 'doing your thing' there's nothing anyone can teach Harold!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]02 Sep 196916190.jpg 
MW2672"The Hijacker"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Sep 1970MW2672.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 
NG2090[no caption]Nicholas Garland22 Jun 1980NG2090.jpg 
16210[no caption]Leslie Gibbard05 Sep 196916210.jpg 
NG1370"...Our trade union movement as a whole will give a massive endorsement to this policy (of pay restraint) ...a unique achievement for a country like Britain which has an exceptionally large and well organised trade union movement." (Denis Healey - to the IMF)Nicholas Garland04 Sep 1975NG1370.jpg 
30592[no caption]Nicholas Garland29 Mar 197730592.jpg 
40445[no caption]Michael Cummings18 Mar 197040445.jpg 
24316Easter ParadeGerald Scarfe22 Apr 1973 
NG1084"Come on chaps - over the top!"Nicholas Garland10 Jan 1972NG1084.jpg 
NG4627"Spectacular battles, adventure, betrayal, hate ..."Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1993NG4627.jpg 
17548Chrys's Easter bonnet paradeChrys [George Fraser Chrystal]29 Mar 197017548.jpg 
23355[no caption]Gerald Scarfe05 Nov 1972 
21290Brighton The Beach by NightWillie Rushton10 Oct 197121290.jpg 
AH0156AOn the Brighton WaterfrontArthur Horner30 Sep 1966AH0156A.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 
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