Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is among a host of stars who have donated their spectacles to a new exhibition commemorating the Holocaust. The actor, whose mother is Jewish, has given his first pair of glasses - worn when he was six years old - to an art exhibit to mark National Holocaust Day on 27 January (08), based on photographs of mounds of glasses left at Auschwitz by victims of the atrocity. Other celebrities donating their spectacles to the exhibit include comedian Stephen Fry, Yoko Ono and Jerry Springer. The work will soon be on display in Liverpool, England.