I thought this topic might develop and deserve it's own thread. So anyway, I recently read the article Two Fragments on Ataturk by the late abstract artist Ithell Colquhoun (also a member of Kenneth Grant's Nu Isis Lodge) in Starfire volume 2, number 4 and was surprised to discover that AC's son (b. 2 May 1937 Newcastle-on-Tyne, died on 20 November 2002 in Chalfont St Peter, Bucks) by Patricia Deirdre MacAlphine made several appearances on local (Cornwall?) TV & radio in his later years. I would be really interested to see footage if it still exists somewhere. Here are some samples from the article by Colquhoun: ''In its review of the local weeklies on January 5, the BBC’s Morning Sou’west programme from Plymouth referred to The Cornishman’s interview of January 1.'' ''On January 16 the local Radio News at 5.50pm carried an announcement that Harold Wilson, then Prime Minister, had declined an invitation to become a member of the Supreme Council of Great Britain. The Count required twelve members with himself as thirteenth...'' ''On January 23 BBC TV put on a brief item showing the Count arrayed in his full regalia with his Acting Private Secretary, both in a limousine which flew the Count’s pennants. They seemed about to set off from Madron for Downing Street where they hoped to see the Prime Minister and the Archbishop of Canterbury. In fact, this was a rehearsal for the event planned to take place on January 26.''