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Doc Rowe on Archive Hour BBC Radio 4

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Subject: Doc Rowe on Archive Hour BBC Radio 4
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 13 Jan 08 - 10:17 AM

The BBC Radio 4 Archive Hour Programme, Same Time, Same Place, Next Year, which is about the folklorist and collector, Doc Rowe, is to be rebroadcast this coming Saturday 19 January 2008 20:00-21:00 GMT. And of course it can be heard via Listen Again for the next 7 days.


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Subject: RE: Doc Rowe on Archive Hour BBC Radio 4
From: Cats
Date: 13 Jan 08 - 12:42 PM

I'll never remember so can someone pm me on Saturday to remind me?


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Subject: RE: Doc Rowe on Archive Hour BBC Radio 4
From: GUEST,henryp
Date: 14 Jan 08 - 09:14 AM

Same Time, Same Place, Next Year
Saturday 26 August 2006 20:00-21:00 (Radio 4 FM)

Doc Rowe has been returning to the same place at the same time for more than 40 years to record, photograph and film annual events such as the Obby Osses dancing through the streets of Padstow on May Day, the Burry Man of South Queensferry on the second Friday in August and the building of the Penny Hedge in Whitby on Ascension Eve.

Malcolm Taylor, the English Folk Dance and Song Society's librarian, follows Doc Rowe as he adds to his vast archive of the sound and images of British vernacular culture, exploring what he has collected, why and what its future might be.


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