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GUEST,Jon Dudley Natural history of folk (BBC radio) Attenborough (69* d) RE: Natural history of folk (BBC radio) 07 Feb 14


I forgot to say that apart from what Bob told us and what he wrote in 'Songs and Southern Breezes' I know little about the collecting scheme. It would be for a proper scholar to dig through the BBCs written archive (which I believe is extensive) when I think a fascinating story would ensue. There must be a few people still around who were working for the Beeb back in the day.


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