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|GUEST,redhorse at work||BBC 4 folk program (340* d)||RE: BBC 4 folk program||07 Feb 06|
With the passing of time McColl seems more and more stagey and artificial. However, he is probably as much a construct of his time as the Monitor programme. The same patronising/superior air that went with the Monitor commentary pointing out (irrelevantly)that the girl playing guitar in the park was the grand-daughter of Lord Napier and went to Cheltenham Ladies' College.