Index Of Press Cuttings

 

The following list is made up largely of press cuttings (including reviews) and longer articles is in chronological order. Some include photographs.

SPITFIRE FUND.     Colouring Competition Results. published in the West Australian, May 3, 1941, page 5.
SWIMMER HOME    HARRIS THINKS ADELAIDE “DEAD” published in The Swan Express, February 27, 1947, page 1.
KINGSWOOD published in the Surrey Mirror, June 5, 1953, (THIRD EDITION), page 8. *
Photo and mention of Rolf in the Joan Purdon TV column published in the ILLUSTRATED CHRONICLE (Leicester), March 30, 1957, page 2.
OK BY PUGGY published in the SUNDAY PICTORIAL, March 2, 1958, page 9.
Harris leaves for A-TV published in THE STAGE and television today, August 8, 1959, page 5.
Nonsense song brought him fame by Brian Gibson, published in the Aberdeen Evening Express (LATE FINAL), October 7, 1960, page 2.
Boomers Down Under published in THE STAGE and television today, November 30, 1961, page 4.
Australian Singer here for Visit published in THE STAGE and television today, July 5, 1962, page 3.
WANTED: ONE DIDGERIDOO by Patrick Doncaster, published in the Daily Mirror, August 8, 1962, page 17.
ROLF HARRIS Follow-up published in New Record Mirror, Week ending February 9, 1963, page 4.
ROLF WITH FOLLOW-UP... (review of Johnny Day/In The Wet) published in New Record Mirror, Week ending February 16, 1963, page 8.
Rolf, Joe Brown for summer tour published in Melody Maker, March 9, 1963, page 3.
Untitled paragraph and photograph, published in the Harrow Observer and Gazette, May 16, 1963, page 7.
BLIND DATE with ROLF HARRIS published in Melody Maker, May 18, 1963, page 9.
‘Tie Me Kangaroo Down’ Is an Australian Ditty by James Lee, published in the Washington newspaper The Evening Star (WITH SUNDAY MORNING EDITION), June 14, 1963, page A-15.
I KNOW A MAN – WITH A HIT – he’s ROLF HARRIS! published in Melody Maker, June 29, 1963, page 7.
Reviews of I Know a Man; Living It Up published in New Record Mirror, Week-ending June 29, 1963, page 9.
ROLF HARRIS: U.S. TOUR, THEN LONDON SHOW? published in New Musical Express, Week ending July 12, 1963, pages 6-7.
...Even the Aussies Aren’t Sure What Lyrics to Kangaroo Mean by Larry Pond, published in The Evansville Press (FINAL HOME EDITION), July 12, 1963, page 1.
Rolf Harris Plays Wobbleboard... by Mary Campbell published in the OFF THE RECORD column in the Indiana newspaper THE HAMMOND TIMES (FINAL), July 14, 1963, page 64 (unnumbered).
Review of SUN ARISE (the album) by James Asman, published in New Record Mirror, Week ending July 20, 1963, page 2.
Discussing Discs published in the Herne Bay Press, December 6, 1963, page 8.
This beat show stint worried Rolf published in Melody Maker, January 11, 1964, page 7.
Rolf’s guests published in New Musical Express, March 6, 1964, page 9.
ROLF HARRIS GUESTS published in New Musical Express, July 24, 1964, page 9.
ROLF’S TRIP TO NEW YORK published in New Musical Express, September 25, 1964, page 9.
A mention in The Rex North Column published in the Daily Mirror, November 13, 1964, page 15.
Untitled report with a photograph of Rolf, his wife and baby daughter published in The Coventry Evening Telegraph (LUNCH EDITION) & (CITY EDITION), November 16, 1964, page 1.
HEY PRESTO! It’s the man with the DIDGERIDOO by Matt White, published in the Sunday Mirror, September 5, 1965, page 23.
ROLF HARRIS (reviews of Big Dog and Jake The Peg) published in New Musical Express, January 7, 1966, page 4.
Untitled paragaph with photograph published in New Musical Express, January 21, 1966, page 7.
Rolf Harris by G.G. published in the Australian Jewish Times, March 11, 1966, page 2.
Rolf Harris in West End published in New Musical Express, May 27, 1966, page 6.
ROLF RADIO published in New Musical Express, July 29, 1966, page 7.
ROLF’S TV DATE published in New Musical Express, August 26, 1966, page 7.
ROLF ADULT TV published in New Musical Express, September 2, 1966, page 7.
For humour lovers published in Melody Maker, December 3, 1966, page 14.
To thousands Rolf is a real ‘beaut’ by Diane Roberts, published in THE DAILY MAIL (CITY ISSUE), December 24, 1966, page 6. *****
SANDIE TO STAY ON ROLF TV published in New Musical Express, week ending March 4, 1967, page 11. **
A home where everything has a label by Muriel Colville, published in the LIVERPOOL DAILY POST, March 15, 1967, page 14.
WHERE THE STARS GO IN THE SUMMER by Derek Johnson in New Musical Express Summer Extra Special, (probably) published July 1, 1967, pages 52-3.
Untitled paragraph with family photograph published in the Lincolnshire Echo (LATE CITY), September 22, 1967, page 9.
Rolf Harris published in THE STAGE and television today, October 19, 1967, page 13.
ROLF HARRIS “Pukka Chicken”/“Here Comes The Bees” (a review) published in New Musical Express, November 25, 1967, page 9.
Interview with Rolf published in Australia & New Zealand Weekly (London), January 24-30, 1968, pages 15-6.
MILTON SHULMAN INSIDE TV column published in the London Evening Standard (WEST END CLOSING PRICES), March 6, 1968, page 5.
M.B.E. award from the Supplement To The London Gazette, June 8, 1968, page 6321.
Extract from the NIGHTBEAT column by Peter Hepple, published in THE STAGE and television today, September 5, 1968, page 7.
Rolf sets a test plus...published in the Coventry Evening Telegraph (Racing Special), October 5, 1968, page IV.
NEW MUSICAL INSTRUMENT FOR ROLF HARRIS published in Burton Observer Chronicle..., November 14, 1968, page 11.
TV listing and interview by Fred Jones published in the Radio Times (London and South-East), January 2, 1969, pages 1, 5 & 27.
Rolf Harris concerts published in the Canberra Times, April 18, 1969, page 8.
How Rolf made a career of being Aussie by Bob Farmer, published in DISC and MUSIC ECHO, May 31, 1969, page 9.
ROLF HARRIS PUTS ACCENT ON TALENT NOW! by Gordon Coxhill, published in New Musical Express, week ending December 6, 1969, page 4.
Star on the hop published in DISC and MUSIC ECHO, December 6, 1969, page 10.
Top 30 singles chart (Rolf is Number 1) published in DISC and MUSIC ECHO, December 20, 1969, page 3.
BAH! HUMBUG! says Rolf Harris published in DISC and MUSIC ECHO, December 20, 1969, page 7.
Rolf Harris – relaxed chart topper who worries about not being worried! by Penny Valentine, published in DISC and MUSIC ECHO, December 27, 1969, page 4.
COMING SHORTLY ON TV Rolf in Frost Show published in New Musical Express week ending January 3, 1970, page 7.
IT’S NO CRIME TO SING ABOUT HUMAN EMOTION... by Alan Smith, published in New Musical Express, week ending January 3, 1970, page 9.
Rolf strikes silver published in DISC and MUSIC ECHO, January 17, 1970, page 2.
TOP 30 (Singles Chart) published in DISC and MUSIC ECHO, January 17, 1970, page 3.
TOP 30 (Singles Chart) published in DISC and MUSIC ECHO, January 24, 1970, page 3.
Rolf’s TV—star guests published in New Musical Express, week ending October 3, 1970, pages 8-9.
Cilla in first Harris show; Bee Gees date published in New Musical Express, week ending October 10, 1970, page 8.
WILL “TWO LITTLE BOYS” FOLLOW-UP BE...Another Xmas hit for Rolf? published in New Musical Express, week ending October 10, 1970, page 9.
Starting young published in record mirror, November 7, 1970, page 1.
Rolf cuts Belafonte ‘Mary’ hit...and discovers DANIELLA published in New Musical Express, November 14, 1970, page 10.
WHY ROLF CHANGED HIS MIND ABOUT ‘MARY’ by Peter Jones, published in Record Mirror, November 14, 1970, page 19.
Doddy, Esther with Rolf published in New Musical Express week ending November 21, 1970, page 15.
Rolf Harris’s nature reserve by Anne Sharpley, published in the Newcastle EVENING CHRONICLE (LATE NIGHT FINAL), March 30, 1971, page 7.
A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A GREAT ’71 ROLF published in Record Mirror, December 19, 1970, page 15.
Interview with Rolf by Linton Mitchell published in the Reading EVENING POST, April 19, 1971, page 1 & page 8.
Interview with Rolf by Linton Mitchell published in the Reading EVENING POST, April 20, 1971, page 8. ******
Interview with Rolf by Linton Mitchell published in the Reading EVENING POST, April 21, 1971, page 10.
Interview with Rolf by Linton Mitchell published in the Reading EVENING POST, April 22, 1971, page 12.
Interview with Rolf by Linton Mitchell published in the Reading EVENING POST, April 23, 1971, page 12.
Rolf Harris sold to U.S. published in The Age, May 14, 1971, page 2.
WITH ROLF HARRIS IN MALTA by Bernard Malkinson, published in the Long Eaton Advertiser AND SOUTH DERBYSHIRE CHRONICLE, June 18, 1971, page 8.
Recording for survival published in THE STAGE and television today, June 24, 1971, page 12.
ROLF’S BACK TO THE WALL published in the DAILY Mirror, July 26, 1971, page 17.
Instant music with Rolf by Fred Blanks, published in The Sydney Morning Herald, November 3, 1971, page 16.
Radio appeal by Rolf published in the Aberdeen Evening Express, January 6, 1972 (LATE FINAL), page 3.
Rolf Harris leaves the BBC for David Frost published in the Daily Mirror, January 17, 1972, page 11.
ROLF HARRIS ENTERTAINS... published in Look-in, week ending April 22, 1972, pages 1, 5 & 6.
The Rolf Harris Show reviewed by James Towler in THE STAGE and television today, April 27, 1972, page 19.
YOUR VIEW presented by Rolf Harris, published in LOOK-IN, week ending April 29, 1972, page 16.
LIFT OFF by Ayshea Brough, published in Look-in, w/e May 20, 1972, page 11.
ROLF HARRIS PUZZLED BY BAN published in the Belfast Telegraph, January 10, 1973, page 5.
Puzzled by ban, says Rolf published in the LIVERPOOL DAILY POST, January 11, 1973, page 14.
WHY ‘LOVABLE’ ROLF PUT HIS FOOT DOWN... by Ann Pacey, published in the Sunday Mirror, February 11, 1973, page 27.
When Rolf’s a Pied Piper by Colin Maddock, published in the Liverpool Echo, Apri1 12, 1973, page 12.
The Rolf Harris Show reviewed by Patrick Campbell in THE STAGE and television today, January 17, 1974, page 15.
ROLF’S PAL published in RECORD & POPSWOP MIRROR, November 23, 1974, page 4.
THE ROLF HARRIS SHOW published in The Stage and TELEVISION TODAY, August 21, 1975, page 60.
Article about This Is Your Life by Ken Irwin, published in the Daily Mirror, November 12, 1975, page 11.
Keep the kids in the picture by Rolf Harris, published in the Rugeley Times, October 30, 1976, page 16.
THE NINER CLUB published in The Stage and TELEVISION TODAY, December 9, 1976, page 3.
KIDS’ STUFF by Kenneth Hughes, published in the DAILY Mirror, April 9, 1977, page 15.
O.B.E. award from the Supplement To The London Gazette, June 11, 1977, page 7122.
Rolf Harris to judge contest published in the Bury Free Press, April 14, 1978, page 11.
Rolf Harris at Talk Of The Town reviewed by Peter Hepple in THE Stage and TELEVISION TODAY, September 17, 1979, page 5.
Violence, arrests at New Year’s Eve Concert by Barbara Bolton, published (originally) in the Sydney Morning Herald, January 1, 1980.
Re the above, see video for December 31, 1979.
Rolf rocks out published in Sounds, August 23, 1980, page 10.
The changing face of PiL by Sylvie Simmons, published in Sounds, August 23, 1980, page 12.
ROLFNESSABOUNDS by Garry Bushell, published in Sounds, September 27, 1980, page 17.
ROLF HARRIS FOR ROSS published in the New Ross Standard, October 10, 1980, page 10 (unnumbered).
‘Poacher’ — by Rolf Harris published in the Lincolnshire Echo, April 13, 1981, page 5.
Rolf’s Swagman published in the Express & Star Associated with the Shropshire Star (TOWN), November 13, 1981, page 32.
Snippet from the Aberdeen Evening Express (LATE FINAL), January 6, 1982, page 5.
RADIO HIGHLIGHTS published in the Derby Evening Telegraph (CITY), January 18, 1982, page 4.
COUNTY DIARY published in the GAINSBOROUGH NEWS (FRIDAY EDITION), April 2, 1982, page 40.
Donations published in the Lincoln, Rutland & Stamford Mercury, April 2, 1982, page 10.
Rolf takes plunge for safety by Robert Corfield, published in the EVENING POST (Bristol), May 8, 1982, page 7.
Danger on River Thames published in the WESTMINSTER & PIMLICO NEWS Incorporating Westminster Chronicle, July 2, 1982, page 3.
STRESS AND STRINE.. published in the DAILY Mirror, September 3, 1982, page 13.
ROLF HARRIS CAN RELAX HERE by Colleen Smith, published in the West Country newspaper Herald Express, September 4, 1982, page 7.
Rolf’s cuddle for winner Hilary published in the GWENT GAZETTE, September 23, 1982, page 1.
ROCK ALMANAC published in Sounds, November 6, 1982, page 52.
From the Entertainments section of the WESTMINSTER & PIMLICO NEWS Incorporating Westminster Chronicle, December 31, 1982, pages 10-11.
Store’s £1,000 target published in the West Briton Argus, January 10, 1983, page 8.
SHE THOUGHT ROLF WAS RUDE published in the Scottish newspaper The Sunday Post (Morning Special), March 27, 1983, page 18.
Rolf’s boomeranging lifestyle by Syd Gillingham, published in the Liverpool Echo (4 PM CITY), March 31, 1983, page 2.
There’s no tying Rolf down by Syd Gillingham, published in the Reading EVENING POST (Weekender), April 2, 1983, page 5.
YOU CAN’T TIME THE ROLF DOWN published in the BURTON MAIL, April 7, 1983, page 8.
It’s a real Xmas cracker! published in the Fulham Chronicle HAMMERSMITH BOROUGH CHRONICLE, November 11, 1983, page 2.
Hello sport published in the Grimsby Evening Telegraph, May 4, 1984, page 11.
Simon top in cartoon contest published in the Lynn News & Advertiser, July 31, 1984, page 17.
Rolf Harris on Links published in The Press and Journal, August 9, 1984, page 3.
Rolf Harris defends trip to S Africa published in The Sydney Morning Herald, October 1, 1984, page 3.
Rolf meets old friends published in the Lynn News & Advertiser, March 5, 1985, page 5.
Bindi follows in Dad’s footsteps by Linton Mitchell, published in the READING EVENING POST, March 8, 1985, page 3.
...Harris continues ‘love affair’ by Robert Colling, published in The Globe and Mail (METRO), June 11, 1985, page M10.
Rolf Harris (concert review) by Eric Braun, published in The Stage and TELEVISION TODAY, August 8, 1985, page 5.
Rolf’s return poses some questions published in the EVENING POST Incorporating the Kent Evening Post, August 29, 1985, page 8 (unnumbered).
Rolf is such a good sport by Jane Moore, published in the SANDWELL Evening Mail, October 10, 1985, page 27.
Top guests published in the Harborough Mail, October 10, 1985, page 31.
The horror behind closed doors by Rowena Mafham, published in READING EVENING POST (READING FINAL), October 14, 1985, page 8.
The Rolf Harris Show reviewed by James Green, published in The Stage and TELEVISION TODAY, October 24, 1985, page 5.
Rolf and Rod in the doghouse published in The Stage and TELEVISION TODAY, November 28, 1985, page 3.
WHAT A GREAT TEAM! published in the Gloucestershire newspaper The Citizen (CITY EDITION), January 6, 1986, page 7.
Diggery duo is bad news published in the WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT EXTRA section of the Northampton Chronicle & Echo, April 26, 1986, page 3.
Phab time on a Hyde Park hike published in the BUCKS EXAMINER, May 9, 1986, page 5.
Prints from down under artist to aid charity published in Derby Evening Telegraph (CITY), August 26, 1986, page 14.
ROLF’S SALUTE TO HISTORY MAKERS published in WELLS JOURNAL Somerset and West of England Advertiser, November 27, 1986, page 29.
HELP LINE’S CASH TONIC published in the Herald Express (Torquay), December 2, 1986, page 17.
It’s cartooooon time by Peter Wix, published in the THE RICHMOND & TWICKENHAM informer, December 4, 1986, page 3.
Cinderella Rolfafella! by Julie Parrish, published in the SURREY HERALD (CHERTSEY ADDLESTONE BYFLEET EDITION), January 8, 1987, page 24.
Rolf says thanks published in the Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph, January 10, 1987, page 4.
Rolf thrills toddlers at hospital published in the Birmingham DAILY NEWS, February 12, 1987, page 13.
Rolf gets a brush—off published in the Birmingham Evening Mail (EXTRA FINAL), February 12, 1987, page 55.
Diana gives them a flying start by David O’Callaghan, published in the South Wales Evening Post (SWANSEA), February 16, 1987, page 11.
Rolf Harris — more popular than ever by Nick Cole, published in the Press and Journal, April 20, 1987, page 4.
Luncheons published in the TIMES, June 4, 1987, page 12.
Rolf’s giant card vote published in the SANDWELL Evening Mail, June 10, 1987, page 14.
Hogan or Edna may perform grand opening published in the Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph, April 1, 1988, page 31.
A sport you can’t tie down by Bobby Lynch, published in The Kerryman (NORTH), May 6, 1988, page 24.
Rolf revels in his riverside retreat by Dick Maino, published in the READING POST (LATE FINAL), September 30, 1988, page 12.
Rolf capture is top draw for the West by John Barber, published in the Bristol Evening Post inc Evening World, November 23, 1988, page 55.
Sun arises on new cartoon era for Rolf by Doreen Brooks, published in the Lincolnshire Echo (FINAL), March 25, 1989, page 9.
Looking back with Rolf by Margaret Harris, published in The Sun-Herald TV Magazine, April 23, 1989, pages 10 to 12.
Drawing on his talents by Syd Gillingham, published in the SCARBOROUGH Evening News (FINAL), April 4, 1989, page 6.
Rolf yearns for the land of his fathers by Colin Macfarlane, published in WALES on Sunday supplement PEOPLE AND PLACES, April 30, 1989, page 11.
Rolf refuses to grow up! by Pat Lidiker, published in the Leicester Mercury (CITY P.M. EDITION), February 19, 1990, page 22.
ROLF’S ART TO ART published in WALES on Sunday, April 22, 1990, page 2.
Rolf draws the crowds published in the CATERHAM MIRROR Incorporation Caterham Times, Weekly Press and Advertiser, August 9, 1990, page 3.
Students drink to star Rolf published in the DAILY Mirror, November 24, 1990, page 13.
Bindi’s big day published in the PEOPLE column of the Cambridge Evening News (LATE SPECIAL), June 13, 1991, page 4.
Proud dad published in the People column of the Edinburgh Evening News (HOME EDITION), June 13, 1991, page 5.
A review (Rolf at Sandown) by John Hannam, published in The Stage and TELEVISION TODAY, August 15, 1991, page 27.
ROLF HARRIS (questions and answers) published in New Musical Express, January 11, 1992, page 9.
Rolf’a self-portrait — in words and pictures published in the WESTERN Daily Press (LATE CITY), April 14, 1992, page 12.
Rolf’s happy to make a good impression by Amanda Williamson, published in the DAILY POST (THE VOICE OF NORTH AND MID WALES), October 9, 1992, page 21.
Rolf’s girl makes it big by Henry Trent, published in the Midlands newspaper Sunday Mercury, August 23, 1992, page 8.
Like father... published in The Birmingham Post (COUNTY EDITION), August 24, 1992, page 5.
Preface of SWIMMING FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES, published October 29, 1992, page 5. ****
Radio appeal published in the Amersham ADVERTISER, November 4, 1992, page 11.
Rolf joins in carol time published in the HAREFIELD Gazette, November 11, 1992, page 5.
...Rolf led crowd singing carols published in the RUISLIP-NORTHWOOD Gazette, December 9, 1992, page 13.
Rolf’s record success with rock classic published in the Mr West’ Diary column of the WESTERN Daily Press (LATE CITY), January 6, 1993, page 12.
Stairway up the charts and Nightclub idea proved a disaster by Simon Bates, published in the Reading Evening POST (RACING FINAL), February 8, 1993, page 9.
Star-studded night raises over £28,000 published in the Bucks Examiner, April 23, 1993, page 39.
Rolf has a brush with boss of new venue published in the Reading Evening Post (FINAL), May 11, 1993, page 3.
Huge wave hits liner, injures 50 passengers published in the Santa Cruz County Sentinel, October 4, 1993, page A-5.
Fame stairway by Gordon Barr, published in the Newcastle Evening Chronicle (LATE NIGHT FINAL), June 8, 1994, pages 8-9.
WHAT ROLF DIDGERIDID published in the DAILY Mirror, June 13, 1994, page 17.
G’day to you, mate plus...published in the Formby Times, August 11, 1994, page 4.
Hell that drove Rolf to brink of suicide by Anton Antonowicz, published in the DAILY Mirror, March 9, 1995, page 7.
Passions: Rolf Harris by Gillian Ferguson, published in Spectrum (SCOTLAND on SUNDAY magazine), March 19, 1995, page 2.
Mention in the NATIVE TONGUE column of the HERNE BAY Times, April 13, 1995, page 5.
TIM’S TV chat by Tim Davey, published in Bristol Evening Post (TELLYPOST supplement), August 7, 1995, page 1.
...Rolf is having a ball as the icon of youth by Ben Taylor, published in the CANNOCK Chase Post, January 4, 1996, page 25.
Review of Cinderella at Birmingham by Anne FitzGerald, published in THE STAGE INCORPORATING TELEVISION TODAY, January 4, 1996, page 24.
Rolf’s write on for big fan published in the Birmingham Weekend Evening Mail, January 6, 1996, page 4.
Go with the Aussie Flo published in the Clevedon & Yatton Mercury, January 11, 1996, page 4.
I’m into an off-the-peg style, sport by Aidan Smith, published in the Daily Record (Scotland), January 26, 1996, page 33.
Rolf rides out raiders published in the Birmingham Evening Mail (YOUR LOCAL EXTRA), February 1, 1996, page 9.
Rolf takes tbe plunge to open driving centre published in BIRMINGHAM Metronews, February 15, 1996, page 2.
Flippin’ heck! Rolf makes a splash published in the Weekend Evening Mail (Birmingham), February 17, 1996, page 8.
ROLF’S AUSTRALIAN RHAPSODY Freddie or not...here he comes by Caroline Sutton, published in the Sunday Mirror, March 17, 1996, page 19.
Rolf lords it at home published in the Birmingham Evening Mail, March 21, 1996, page 33.
The above article also appeared in the BLACK COUNTRY EVENING Mail – same page, same date.
Feature by Graham Young published in the BLACK COUNTRY EVENING Mail (FINAL EDITION), December 23, 1996, page 22.
TV listing published in The Mirror, April 10, 1997, page 6, (TV supplement).
My Rolf Harris serenade, interview with Irna Imran by Joan Llewelyn Owens, published in THE TIMES, September 24, 1997, page 40.
Rolf Harris and his ‘animal magnetism’ by Rod Bushell, published in the Saffron Walden WEEKLY NEWS, October 2, 1997, page 17.
I DIDGERIDIDN’T... by Mark Oliver, published in The Mirror, October 4, 1997, page 7.
Rolf    The man, the myth, the didgeridoo by Tom Adair, published in THE SCOTSMAN WeekEnd, October 18, 1997, pages 12-5.
Step out with Rolf Harris published in the Reading Evening POST, March 9, 1998, page 5.
STILL KING OF THE ANIMALS by Phil Gould, published in the Manchester Evening News (Final), September 11, 1999, page 46
Report on Rolf and the Rugby World Cup, published in the South Wales ECHO (City Final), October 22, 1999, pages 1 & 3.
Rolf interviewed by Sam Hart in THE BIG ISSUE, April 10-16, 2000, pages 3 & 21-2.
Pranksters feel Rolf’s wrath published in THE STAGE, April 27, 2000, page 22 (unnumbered).
TV’s Rolf rings up to say ‘G’day, brave Amy’ published by the Telegraph & Argus (on-line), April 6, 2001.
Katie’s first love is the colour of Monet by Adrian Kwintner, published by the NEWS SHOPPER (Beckenham & Penge), December 5, 2001, page 3.
Rolf dismisses art show critics by Cameron Robertson, published in THE STAGE, October 17, 2002, page 3 (unnumbered).
Water Lilies? That’ll be a Rolf Harris masterpiece by Sarah Womack, published in the Irish Independent (CITY EDITION), October 2, 2003, page 15.
Can you tell who it is yet? published by the BBC (on-line), February 2004.
ROLF’S ART OF GOLD by Heather McGregor, published in THE TIMES, February 4, 2005, pages 122-3.
Rolf has it down published in THE STAGE, April 20, 2006, page 12.
C.B.E. award from the Supplement No. 1 To The London Gazette, June 17, 2006, page 88.
Christmas hits by Mark Ritchie published in THE STAGE, December 21, 2006, page 32.
Rolf Harris Renaissance Man by Lynn Parr, published in Artists & ILLUSTRATORS, December 2007, pages 1, 4, 30-33.
Rolf Harris makes Nightingale sing published in Your Local Guardian (WANDSWORTH) (on-line), August 18, 2008.
Fans flock to see Rolf Harris in Yarm published by TeessideLive (on-line), November 10, 2010.
Rolf Harris spotted in Radlett by Chris Hewett, published by BOREHAMWOOD & ELSTREE TIMES (on-line), March 25, 2011.
Parky and Rolf speak of their charity joy published by the Slough & South Bucks OBSERVER, November 6, 2011.
Doodle by Rolf Harris raised £820 for epilepsy charity at auction by Lucy Golding, published by the Maidenhead Advertiser (on-line), February 22, 2013.
Change Dot Org petition re the false convictions of Rolf Harris, started by Carol Barker, April 22, 2015 (with updates).
Rolf Harris should have been given a retrial by Matthew Scott published for BarristerBlogger, November 17, 2017.
Rolf Harris: The Truth Behind The Trials by Alexander Baron, published by The Duran, May 13, 2022.
William Merritt And The Rolf Harris Witch-Hunt by Alexander Baron, published by The Duran, October 17, 2022.
Rolf Harris (1930-2023) — An Honest Obituary by Alexander Baron, published by The Duran, May 23, 2023.
Last Photo... by Elly Blake, published by Mail Online, May 24, 2023. ***

* The full title on the front page of this newspaper is Surrey Mirror AND COUNTY POST, SURREY LEADER, REIGATE BOROUGH ADVERTISER, AND CRAWLEY AND IFIELD POST.
** Not that this is important but this article actually appears on the seventh page; the pages have been misnumbered. The page numbered 7 follows the page numbered 12.
*** I am informed by an inside source that this disgustingly titled article and the (recent) photographs therein were the result of artifice. Paedophilia is a sexual attraction to prepubescent girls (and boys). Rolf Harris was no paedophile. He worked with kids for decades and no one ever pointed a finger at him until the Operation Yewtree witch-hunt. The claim that he had been convicted of sex offences against girls as young as eight is a blatant lie. The accuser in that case was Wendy Wild (Wendy Rosher), a pathetic woman who died in 2019. The conviction relating to her was quashed by the Court Of Appeal – see the article immediately above. Rolf’s youngest so-called victim claimed she had been groomed since the age of 13. In reality she had become his mistress and made no complaint until a decade and a half after the affair had finished. Again, see the above article, my obituary for Rolf.
**** This book by the Association of Swimming Therapy was published by A & C Black of London. It is the Second Edition; the First Edition had a slightly different title. As far as I can ascertain, this was Rolf’s first contribution. I took the publication date from the Amazon UK website, but it is hardly important.
***** This newspaper is the HULL Daily Mail; Rolf did not marry a scupltress from Devon; Alwen Hughes was born at Edmonton, North London, and grew up in Wales.
****** East Penge is actually Penge East – one of the stations I use. Alwen was born at Edmonton, not in Wales.

 

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