Manchester Evening News Shirley Baker captured a lost way of life

Street Photography Magazine Life Through a Lens with Jason Figgis

Amateur Photographer New film celebrates Shirley Baker


Guardian article about Cafe Royal books

The Guardian Punks, Skins and Tunnock’s Tea Cakes:
Café Royal photo zines in pictures


Manchester Evening News Before the Skyscrapers


Huk magazine

Huck A life in colour A Different Age

BBC News Shirley Baker’s street scenes

The Times Pictures from a different age

Widewalls arts website piece about Shirley Baker show Rare Shirley Baker photographs Shirley Baker saw nuance and humanity

The i A Different Age review

Creative Boom website piece about Shirley Baker A Different Age; James Hyman Gallery

The Arts Desk review James Hyman Gallery review A photography of gestures

Financial Times magazine Past Masters by William Boyd

Le Monde Shirley Baker book

Le Monde, Portfolio


The New Yorker Shirley Baker’s half century

Vice feature about Shirley Baker

Vice Glorious photos of life up north

Internazionale Le Strade di Shirley Baker

The Guardian We’re cosseting our kids


I Love Manchester 1960s images

Huck Vintage photos

Evening Standard Dog shows

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Fetch and Follow Books for the Dog Lovers

Tatler Book of the week

The Guardian The big picture

Ville de Le Lavandou newsletter

Var-Matin Festivités de l’été


Vogue All Change: Burberry Here We Are Burberry exhibition

Manchester Evening News Pictures of Manchester Airport

BBC News Photographs reveal forgotten Manchester

Salford Star Exhibition of stunning Salford photos

Manchester Evening News Images showing slum life

Creative Tourist Women and Children


Photomonitor 2016



The Independent Chronicling Manchester

BBC Broken-down Britain

The Guardian That’s me in the picture

The Guardian The Streets Belong to Us

Manchester Evening News New photography exhibition


Mancunian Matters Life… as it was Images of Manchester

The Guardian Remembering the work of Shirley Baker


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