Photos of a young Bob Dylan seen for the first time
In 1961, photographer Ted Russell met a young "up-and-coming folk singer" for a photo series on life as an aspiring artist in New York City.
The singer, Bob Dylan, went on to international fame and a Nobel Prize.
But the photos were put in a drawer, and only recently published in a new book.
Filmed by Olivia Lace-Evans; edited by Bill McKenna; Produced by Mat Morrison
31 May 2017
- From the section US & Canada