Foyles Literary Luncheon 1948

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  • "Christine Foyles" should read Christina Foyle, (although Ms Tucker does call her "Christine").

    The man sat on the far left of the picture throughout the clip, (the elderly man with white hair), is British journalist and art critic Hannen Swaffer.

    jamied 26th May 2012

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