Good stuff at the BBC

Posted on: Saturday, Nov 15, 2008

Two things for you this week from the BBC, unfortunately you have missed both of them, however modern technology allows all this to be put right via the internet.

Radio 4 this week featured a programmme all about how the ’64 folk-blues tour (Muddy, Sonny & Brownie, Sister Rosetta etc) came to be filmed in a Manchester railway station. There are good quotations from producer Johnny Hamp and tour manager Joe Boyd.

Available on Listen Again.  Thanks to Mike from the Cadillac Kings for pointing this one out.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/factual/pip/kiwvc/

The ever excellent Jools Holland last night featured Eli “Paperboy” Reed.  I am sure that this is available to watch again in the BBC iPlayer.

Enjoy!



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JCarlyle

November 26th, 2008 at 16:24
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I don’t suppose anyone has a recording of this that I could possibly get a copy of to listen too ?

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Ken

November 26th, 2008 at 17:48
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Not me. Sorry!
I missed the radio myself and had to use the BBC iPlayer to watch the Jools show after a cock up on the HDD recorder front.