Photograph of J B Priestley at the BBC, 1940

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J B Priestley rehearsing one of his famous Postscript broadcasts at the BBC in 1940.

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J B Priestley rehearsing one of his Post Script broadcasts at the BBC, 1940
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14 September 1940, BBC, London
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Image / Photograph
Creator:
Gerti Deutsch
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© Gerti Deutsch / Picture Post / Getty Images

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3285403

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