Barry Langford, the famous British TV producer who moved to Israel has passed away at the age of 86 in Netanya. Langford directed television programs for the BBC in the United Kingdom in the 1960s and 1970s. He also managed musicians such as the British singer David Bowie.
He moved to Israel when he was 45-years-old and became a producer and director of Israeli television shows and musical acts.
Langford was a veteran of World War II in the Allied battle against the Nazi regime. He was also a member of the 43 Group with Vidal Sassoon, a group of Jewish-British army veterans who fought against bigotry.