TV Times, 9 December, pages 14,15,16, Girls, Stop Chasing Me Says Avenger Gareth Hunt, author unknown, England.
Woman, 2 April 1977, pages 10,11,63, Has Success Spoiled Our Gareth?, Betty Messenger, England. (A3C)
Photoplay, April 1977, pages unknown, title unknown, author unknown, England. Gareth Hunt discusses The New Avengers.
Starlog 192, March 1990, pages unknown, title unknown, author unknown, USA. (Gareth Hunt discusses The New Avengers).
TV Zone issue 54, May, pages 1,14,15,16, The New Avengers: Gareth Hunt, John Porter, England.
TV Times, 11 November 1976, pages 4,5,6,7, The Lovely Miss Lumley...an Avenger Fighting Stardom, author unknown, England.
TV Times, 18 November 1976, pages 10,11,12,13, The Joanna Lumley Story - Part Two: My Years of Champagne, Nudity and Tears, author unknown, England.
TV Times, 5 July 1979, pages 1 and unknown (3), Title Unknown, Author Unknown, England. Joanna Lumley interview re Sapphire and Steel that also deals with The New Avengers.
Woman's Journal, November 1979, pages 46,47,49, Life and Miss Lumley, Ray Fox-Cumming, England
The Sunday Telegraph, 28 November 1993, page unknown, Profile: Joanna Lumley - Absolutely dahling, writer unknown, England.
The Daily Express, 18 December 1993, pages 29,31, Fabulous Joanna's got a new class act, Danae Brook, England.
Daily Mirror, early February 1994, page unknown, Absolutely Smashing, Neil Murray, England. Joanna Lumley interview.
The Express, February 21, 2002, page 49, Top of the Mops, Sally Eyden, England.
THE PURDEY: Joanna Lumley's pageboy crop was another Seventies sensation. Her hair remained as unruffled as her high-kicking New Avengers TV character. Her look was copied by young and old alike, not always with conspicuous success, coining a style - and the "bowl head" insult.
Nicky Clarke says: "Everyone had the pageboy crop. It characterised the Seventies as well as the Sixties. It is cut just one length at the back, following up through the fringe."
But this style is not the most forgiving and only works on faces with good cheekbones and strong eyes - if the Purdey is not for you, you could end up looking more like Anne Widdecombe than lovely like Lumley.
(Part of a longer piece).