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Peter Noble

Peter Noble
Peter Noble
Peter Noble
Peter Noble
Peter Noble
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Peter Noble was born in Clerkenwell, which in 1917 was still known as Little Italy. His father, a watchmaker, was dead by the end of the First World War, and the slum orphan was sent to live at the Farningham Home for Boys. Noble was 12 years old when he made his first BBC broadcast, one voice lost among the many of Latymer's Boys Choir in 1927. The real career of Peter Noble, show business journalist, writer and film historian began in 1946 - 1945 if we include his first book, Transatlantic Jazz.
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City Daily Telegraph
Date June 20,1995
Photographer Monitor Press
SizeText 4" x 5"
Year 1995
Month June


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