Steve Bradshaw -  journalist, TV film-maker & broadcaster

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New Society Steve Bradshaw wrote for New Society, contributing to the Arts in Society column

Steve was a radio critic for The Listener, and also wrote for New Society, contributing to the Arts in Society column alongside John Berger, Albert Hunt and Reyner Banham. His book on Western flaneurs - Cafe Society - was published in 1978. He was London correspondent for the New York rock magazine Crawdaddy.

In 1970 he covered the death of Jimi Hendrix (he had been with Eric Burdon when the singer learnt of Hendrix's death). His exclusive interview with Alan Ginsberg about his co-operation with Bob Dylan was published in The Melody Maker.

He has also written for The Financial Times, The Daily Express, The Times, The Times Educational Supplement, The Guardian, The Spectator, Prospect, The New Musical Express and The Sunday Times Magazine.

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