Page 3 came to an end in 2015, but its legacy lives on. After Sam Fox's documentary, here's a look at the stars who modeled on the page.
Page 3, or Page Three, was a British newspaper convention of publishing a large image of a topless female glamour model (known as a Page 3 girl) on the third page of mainstream red top tabloids.
THE Sun’s Page 3 girls graced Britain’s biggest and best newspaper for decades. That was until 2015, when the institution was retired. Sam Fox will talk about the highs and lows of her career...
From two models who popped up in James Bond to one who appeared in the 'worst football movie ever made', here we look at the Page 3 stars who have chased the Hollywood dream.
Helmed by Australian media magnate Rupert Murdoch and editor Larry Lamb, the tabloid launched its first nude “Page 3” spread on November 17, 1970. It was one of the first times nude photos of...
After a campaign called No More Page 3 was started in 2012 – which was kicked off by author Lucy-Anne Holmes who accused the practice of being sexist and outdated – The Sun stopped showing...
Page 3 was banned in 2015 following a three year campaign led by Lucy-Anne Holmes. The author launched a petition in August 2012 calling on then editor Dominic Mohan to stop publishing pictures of topless women. Seven months later, the initiative had attracted 84,000 signatures.
The campaign to stop newspapers publishing topless photos of women relied on a special brand of emotional energy.
Page 3 is 50 years old. A national institution or sexist throwback to darker times? David Barnett reveals all there is to know about the girls, the glamour and the grime of this very British ...
1 June 2020. A new Channel 4 documentary will chart the rise and fall of the notorious pop culture institution Page Three, it was announced today. 2020 marks fifty years since the first...