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Subject: NZ radio Chrissy shows streaming live
From: Little Robyn
Date: 20 Dec 08 - 04:45 PM

Mitch has been asked to prepare a series of Folk on Sunday Christmas programmes to go on the radio computer at Kidnappers Community Radio Station, here in Hawke's Bay. They will be available on-line as well as just in our little part of the world, for the next few days.
The time differences are a bit awkward for people in Britain but listeners in the US, Canada or Aus should have no bother.
The first programme was on yesterday but there are 5 more yet, including or usual Folk on Sunday programme this afternoon.
We have been doing this for more than 12 years but this is the first year our show has been on-line. Unfortunately, the programmes are not available afterwards - if you want to hear us, you have to tune in at the specified times.
The web site is here: Kidnappers internet audio
or here:
http://www.radiokidnappers.org.nz/internet_audio.php

Here's Mitch's list of times and the playlists for the chrissy specials:

Thanks to automation at Kidnappers, we're pleased to announce you'll be able to hear one of the following prerecorded programmes on one of the following days. We don't know which, yet, but my guess is they'll go in numerical order, so here's what's coming:

1. Sat 20 11am "Christmas dinner"
639. Sun 21 3pm Folk on Sunday no. 639 (Music for Christmas - not pre-recorded. We'll be live in the studio.)
2. Mon 22 1pm "Music of the Nativity"
3. Tue 23 12noon "Carols in a cappella harmony"
4. Wed 24 1pm "A merry Christmas"
5. Thu 25 2pm "Instrumental Christmas"

The times above are New Zealand summer time.
British and Eastern & Western US times should be:

Britain             Eastern US   Western US
1 Fri 10pm          Fri 5pm    Fri 2pm
639 Sun 2am         Sat 9pm    Sat 6pm
2 Mon 12am          Sun 7pm    Sun 4pm
3 Mon 11pm          Mon 6pm    Mon 3pm
4 Wed 12am          Tue 7pm    Tue 4pm
5 Thu 1am          Wed 8pm    Wed 5pm

I'm including undated playlists for the five Specials so you'll know
what's coming.

--

Playlist. Christmas Pud; Folk on Sunday special, no. 1
Radio Kidnappers (NZ) 1431kHz AM.
STREAMING LIVE: http://www.radiokidnappers.org.nz

A Christmas dinner.

Artist: Title (Duration) (Composer/Lyricist) "Album title" Record Label CatNo, Date. (Medium) [Country] (E-Address) [Comment]

1. Artisan: Sainsbury rag (2.39) (Ray Bradfield) "Paper angels."
Bedspring BOING9806, 1998. (CD) [UK] (http://www.artisan-harmony.com)

2. Artisan: The Christmas goose (3.59) "Bygone Christmas." Bygone Films
BFCD112, 1994. (CD) [UK]

3. Noel McLoughlin: Pace-egging song (2.33) (Traditional) "Christmas and winter songs from Ireland." ARC Music EUCD1754, 2002. (CD) [UK]
(http://www.arcmusic.co.uk)

4. Trout Fishing in America: Chocolate Christmas (3.23) (Trout Fishing in America) "Merry fishes to all." Trout Records TRT-17, 2004. (CD) [US] (http://www.troutmusic.com)

5. Cathy Barton & Dave Para: The chocolate burro (3.03) (Traditional) "'Twas on a night like this: a Christmas legacy." Folk-Legacy CD-114, 1989. (CD) [US] (http://www.folklegacy.com)

6. Christine Lavin: Scalloped potatoes (0.51) (Emily Fox) "The runaway Christmas tree: favorite holiday songs and bedtime stories." Appleseed APR CD 1075, 2003. (CD) [US] (http://www.appleseedrec.com)

7. Christine Lavin & The Mistletones: Tacobel canon (1.43) (Johann
Pachelbel) "The runaway Christmas tree: favorite holiday songs and
bedtime stories." Appleseed APR CD 1075, 2003. (CD) [US]
(http://www.appleseedrec.com)

8. Jaiya: Bring us in good ale (3.04) (Composer anonymous) "Firedance: songs for winter solstice." Jaiya JAIYA001, 2003. (CD) [CA] (http://www.jaiya.ca)

9. John D Huston: Party at Fezziwig's (4.08) (Charles Dickens) "Feasts & spirits." Fallen Angle Music FAM07, 2004. (CD) [CA] (http://www.ianrobb.com)[Dramatic reading]

10. Robin Laing: The man that slits the turkeys' throats at Christmas (5.16) (Robin Laing) "Bah! Humbug: the alternative Christmas album." Greentrax G2CD7007, 2002. (CD) [SC] (http://www.greentrax.com)

11. Artisan: Stuff the turkey (2.31) (Brian Bedford) "Paper angels."
Bedspring BOING9806, 1998. (CD) [UK] (http://www.artisan-harmony.com)

12. The McCalmans: Cholesterol (2.35) (Adam McNaughtan) "High ground." Greentrax CDTRAX 138, 1997. (CD) [SC] (http://www.greentrax.com)

13. Artisan: Boar's head carol (2.19) (Traditional) "Bygone Christmas." Bygone Films BFCD112, 1994. (CD) [UK]

14. The Kipper Family: Trunch wassail song (2.01) (The Kipper Family) "The ever decreasing circle." Dambuster DAMC012, 1985. (Cassette) [UK]

15. Artisan: The wassail of figgy duff (1.00) (Donald Swann/Michael
Flanders) "Paper angels." Bedspring BOING9806, 1998. (CD) [UK]
(http://www.artisan-harmony.com)

16. The Bartram-Holloway Morris Band: Lumps of plum pudding (1.32)
(Traditional) "The traditional morris dance music album." Music Club
MCCD376, 1998. (CD) [UK]

17. Golden Bough: Mrs Fogarty's Christmas cake (3.40) (Traditional)
"Christmas in a celtic land." ARC Music EUCD1409, 1997. (CD) [UK]
(http://www.arcmusic.co.uk)

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Playlist. Christmas Pud; Folk on Sunday special, no. 2
Radio Kidnappers (NZ) 1431kHz AM.
STREAMING LIVE: http://www.radiokidnappers.org.nz

Music of the Nativity.

Artist: Title (Duration) (Composer/Lyricist) "Album title" Record Label CatNo, Date. (Medium) [Country] (E-Address) [Comment]

1. Simon Mayor: The angel Gabriel (2.51) (Traditional) "Winter with
mandolins." Acoustics Records CDACS015, 1992. (CD) [UK]
(http://www.acousticsrecords.co.uk)

2. Tom Kimmel: The first Christmas Eve (3.05) (Tom Kimmel) "Hudson
Harding sampler: happy holidays (vol. 3)." Hudson Harding Music
884501067881, 2008. (CD) [US] (http://www.hudsonharding.com)

3. Saint George's Canzona: Nowell, nowell (2.23) (Composer Anonymous) "A tapestry of early Christmas carols and festive music." Classics For Pleasure (EMI) CFP 177, 1971. (LP) [UK]

4. Finest Kind: O little town of Bethlehem (3.17)(Traditional/Bishop
Phillips Brooks) "Feasts & spirits." Fallen Angle Music FAM07, 2004.
(CD) [CA] (http://www.ianrobb.com)

5. Atwater/Donnelly: Christ was born in Bethlehem (5.44) (Jean Ritchie) "When winter calls." Rabbit Island Music 1009-2, 2005. (CD) [US] (http://www.Atwater-Donnelly.com)

6. Joel Mabus: Away in a manger (1.12) "How like the holly." Fossil
FOSSIL1299, 1999. (CD) [US] (http://www.joelmabus.com)

7. Gerri Gribi: What child is this? (2.38) "Home for Christmas."
Lilyfern Records ADFL02D55, 1996. (CD) [US] (http://creativefolk.com)

8. Fiona Mackenzie: Fàilte, fàilte dh'aon Mhac Dhè (1.55) (Traditional) "Duan Nollaig - a gaelic Christmas." Greentrax CDTRAX 320D, 2007. (CD) [SC] (http://www.greentrax.com)

9. Cathy Barton & Dave Para, Caroline & Sandy Paton, David Paton: 'Twas on a night like this (3.30) (Traditional/Pete Seeger) "'Twas on a night like this: a Christmas legacy." Folk-Legacy CD-114, 1989. (CD) [US] (http://www.folklegacy.com)

10. Steve Eulberg: Ven a cantarle Jésus (3.00) "'Twas in the moon of
wintertime." Owl Mountain OMM CD0301, 2003. (CD) [US]
(http://www.owlmntnmusic.com)

11. Fiona Mackenzie: Òran na Nollaig (2.40) (Dr M MacKinnon/N Brownlie) "Duan Nollaig - a gaelic Christmas." Greentrax CDTRAX 320D, 2007. (CD) [SC] (http://www.greentrax.com)

12. Matt & Shannon Heaton: Star song (4.04) (Shannon Heaton/Robert
Herrick) "Fine winter's night: traditional and original music for
Christmas." Eats Records ESLCD007, 2007. (CD) [US]
(http://www.EatsRecords.com)

13. Jody Marshall: Gesù Bambino (3.14) (Pietro Yon) "Carol of the
bells." Jody Marshall JJM02, 2006. (CD) [US] (http://www.jodymarshall.net)

14. Cathy Barton & Dave Para, Caroline & Sandy Paton: Every star shall sing a carol (3.48) (Sydney Carter) "'Twas on a night like this: a Christmas legacy." Folk-Legacy CD-114, 1989. (CD) [US]
(http://www.folklegacy.com)

15. Sam Anderson: O holy night (3.18) (Adolphe Adam) "Acoustic
Christmas." Sam Anderson BCM36695, 2006. (CD) [US]
(http://www.samanderson.net)

16. Fiona Mackenzie: Tàladh Chriosda (2.05) (Traditional/Fr A Macdonald) "Duan Nollaig - a gaelic Christmas." Greentrax CDTRAX 320D, 2007. (CD) [SC] (http://www.greentrax.com)

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Playlist. Christmas Pud; Folk on Sunday special, no. 3
Radio Kidnappers (NZ) 1431kHz AM.
STREAMING LIVE: http://www.radiokidnappers.org.nz

Carols in a cappella harmony (mostly).

Artist: Title (Duration) (Composer/Lyricist) "Album title" Record Label CatNo, Date. (Medium) [Country] (E-Address) [Comment]

2. Anuna: Maria matrem virginem (3.55) (Michael McGlynn) "A Celtic
Heartbeat Christmas." Celtic Heartbeat 7567829292, 1996. (CD) [US]

3. Herdman, Hills & Mangsen: Lo, how a rose (2.41) (Traditional) "Voices of winter." Gadfly 235, 1997. (CD) [US] (http://www.gadflyrecords.com)

4. Finest Kind: The cradle carol (1.55) (Isaac Watts) "Feasts &
spirits." Fallen Angle Music FAM07, 2004. (CD) [CA] (http://www.ianrobb.com)

5. Artisan: Gently, softly (3.30) (Brian Bedford) "Paper angels."
Bedspring BOING9806, 1998. (CD) [UK] (http://www.artisan-harmony.com)

6. Bev Young: Christ child's lullaby (4.15) (Traditional) "The
tinkerman's daughter." Long Road LRCD-001, 2001. (CD) [NZ]
(mailto:alyoung@iconz.co.nz)

7. Tim Eriksen: Occom's carol (O sight of anguish) (1.41) (Samson Occom) "Every sound below." Appleseed APR CD 1080, 2004. (CD) [US]
(http://www.appleseedrec.com)

8. Ninepenny Marl: Noel nouvelet (3.40) (Traditional) "Simple gifts." Folk Sound FSCD 69, 2004. (CD) [EN] (http://www.folksound.co.uk)

9. Smithfield Fair: What shall I give Him? (0.53) "The winter kirk: a collection of sacred and Scottish seasonal songs." Stevenson Productions SP122890, 2001. (CD) [US] (http://www.smithfieldfair.com/)

10. Ceilidh Friends: Gaudete (2.35) (Traditional) "The spirit of giving: a Yellowknife Yuletide." Ceilidh Friends CF2, 1997. (CD) [CA]

11. Artisan: Remember O thou man (1.51) (Traditional/Thomas Ravenscroft) "Bygone Christmas." Bygone Films BFCD112, 1994. (CD) [UK]

12. : Sweet Lamb (2.02) (Traditional) "'Twas on a night like this: a
Christmas legacy." Folk-Legacy CD-114, 1989. (CD) [US]
(http://www.folklegacy.com)

12. Cathy Barton & Dave Para, Caroline & Sandy Paton: Sweet Lamb (2.02) (Traditional) "'Twas on a night like this: a Christmas legacy." Folk-Legacy CD-114, 1989. (CD) [US] (http://www.folklegacy.com)

13. Regal Slip: The moon shines bright (1.35) (Traditional) "Bandstand." Dingle DIN319, 2005. (LP) [UK]

14. Artisan: A gallery carol (1.26) (Traditional) "The season of holly and ivy." Brewhouse BHCD9011, 1990. (CD) [UK]

15. Warm Gold: Zadock (2.47) (Traditional) "A taste of Cornwall." Hurler HURLCD010, 1998. (CD) [UK]

16. Val, Paddy & Mitch: Sans Day carol (2.23) (Traditional) "Val
Forbes." Jolly Roger JRCDVF, 2007. (CD) [NZ]

17. Padstow Carol Singers: Rouse, rouse (3.26) "Rouse, rouse:
traditional Christmas carols from Padstow in Cornwall." Veteran VT117, 1988. (Cassette) [UK] (http://www.veteran.co.uk)

18. Voice Squad: Kilmore carol (3.37) "Many's the foolish youth." Tara 4TA 4004, 1987. (Cassette) [IE]

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Playlist. Christmas Pud; Folk on Sunday special, no. 4
Radio Kidnappers (NZ) 1431kHz AM.
STREAMING LIVE: http://www.radiokidnappers.org.nz

A merry Christmas (humorous and satirical song).

Artist: Title (Duration) (Composer/Lyricist) "Album title" Record Label CatNo, Date. (Medium) [Country] (E-Address) [Comment]

1. Christine Lavin & The Mistletones: The all purpose carol (0.53) (John Forster) "The runaway Christmas tree: favorite holiday songs and bedtime stories." Appleseed APR CD 1075, 2003. (CD) [US]
(http://www.appleseedrec.com)

2. Randall Williams: Rudolph rap (1.36) (Vance Gilbert, Jim Infantino & Jan Luby) "Hudson Harding sampler: happy holidays (vol. 3)." Hudson Harding Music 884501067881, 2008. (CD) [US] (http://www.hudsonharding.com)

3. Sherwin Linton: Global warming Christmas (3.37) (Glenn Dykstra)
"Acoustic rainbow vol 33." PoetMan, 2008. (CD) [US]
(http://www.acousticrainbow.com)

4. Hilary James & Simon Mayor: The snowman's song (3.32) (Hilary
James/Simon Mayor) "Children's favourites." Acoustics Records CDACS054, 2005. (CD) [UK] (http://www.acousticsrecords.co.uk)

5. Herdman, Hills & Mangsen: Mister Santa (1.58) (Pat Ballard) "Voices of winter." Gadfly 235, 1997. (CD) [US] (http://www.gadflyrecords.com)

6. Trout Fishing in America: My birthday comes on Christmas (2.09)
(Trout Fishing in America) "Merry fishes to all." Trout Records TRT-17, 2004. (CD) [US] (http://www.troutmusic.com)

7. Dave Burland, Sid Kipper: We will rob you (2.24) (Chris Sugden)
"Boiled in the bag: Sid Kipper with Dave Burland." Leader LERCD2118,
1997. (CD) [UK] (mailto:mbm@northworks.co.uk)

8. Christopher Smith: Short list (1.58) (Christopher Smith) "Hudson
Harding sampler: happy holidays (vol. 2)." Hudson Harding Music
837101436946, 2007. (CD) [US] (http://www.hudsonharding.com)

9. Tom Clelland: The present (4.53) (Tom Clelland) "Bah! Humbug: the
alternative Christmas album." Greentrax G2CD7007, 2002. (CD) [SC]
(http://www.greentrax.com)

10. The Kipper Family: Poacher's Christmas (5.53) (The Kipper Family) "The ever decreasing circle." Dambuster DAMC012, 1985. (Cassette) [UK]

11. Artisan: Under the mistletoe (3.34) "Bygone Christmas." Bygone Films BFCD112, 1994. (CD) [UK]

12. The Kipper Family: Christmas collapso (2.27) (The Kipper Family)
"Arrest these merry gentlemen." Dambuster DAMC022, 1991. (Cassette) [UK]

13. Cyril Tawney: There are no lights on our Christmas tree (4.42)
(Cyril Tawney) "Bah! Humbug: the alternative Christmas album." Greentrax G2CD7007, 2002. (CD) [SC] (http://www.greentrax.com)

14. Stan Rogers: At last, I'm ready for Christmas (3.06) (Stan Rogers) "From coffee house to concert hall." Fogarty's Cove FCM012D, 1999. (CD) [CA]

15. Joel Mabus: Let's do Christmas right (3.34) (Joel Mabus) "How like the holly." Fossil FOSSIL1299, 1999. (CD) [US] (http://www.joelmabus.com)

--

Playlist. Christmas Pud; Folk on Sunday special, no. 5
Radio Kidnappers (NZ) 1431kHz AM.
STREAMING LIVE: http://www.radiokidnappers.org.nz

Instrumental Christmas (wordless carols).

Artist: Title (Duration) (Composer/Lyricist) "Album title" Record Label CatNo, Date. (Medium) [Country] (E-Address) [Comment]

1. Tami Briggs: Lo, how a rose (3.20) (Traditional) "The Christmas
story." Musical Reflections BRIGGS13, 2002. (CD) [US]
(http://www.cdbaby.com)
[Harp]

2. Helen Cook: The bagpiper's carol (1.56) (Traditional) "Yuletide gift: seasonal duets and trios played on the Northumbrian smallpipes." East Allen Recording SC182, 1995. (Cassette) [UK]

3. Sam Anderson: Dance of the sugar plum fairy (1.16) (Piotr Illych
Tchaikowsky) "Acoustic Christmas." Sam Anderson BCM36695, 2006. (CD)
[US] (http://www.samanderson.net)[Guitar. Roll over, Tchaikovsky!]

4. Jody Marshall: Dance of the reed flutes / Russian dance (3.40) "Carol of the bells." Jody Marshall JJM02, 2006. (CD) [US]
(http://www.jodymarshall.net)
[Hammered dulcimer]

5. Steve Eulberg: Le sommeil de l'enfant Jésus (1.54) (Traditional)
"'Twas in the moon of wintertime." Owl Mountain OMM CD0301, 2003. (CD) [US] (http://www.owlmntnmusic.com)
[Hammered & mountain dulcimer]

6. Simon Mayor: German cradle song (2.40) (Traditional) "Winter with
mandolins." Acoustics Records CDACS015, 1992. (CD) [UK]
(http://www.acousticsrecords.co.uk)

7. Cathy Barton & Dave Para: Under the mistletoe bough (2.56) "'Twas on a night like this: a Christmas legacy." Folk-Legacy CD-114, 1989. (CD) [US] (http://www.folklegacy.com)
[Hammered dulcimer, guitar & banjo]

8. Saint George's Canzona: Springtanz (0.56) (Michael Praetorius) "A
tapestry of early Christmas carols and festive music." Classics For
Pleasure (EMI) CFP 177, 1971. (LP) [UK]
[Rauschpfeife, bass rebec, percussion]

9. Neil Woodward: Silent night (2.22) (Franz Xaver Gruber/Joseph Mohr) "A cup of kindness: music for the season of joy." Black Dog BD0006CD, 1997. (CD) [US] (mailto:neil@neilwoodward.com)
[Guitars, mandolin]

10. Brian Dunning: No Sandman, no Santa (3.03) (Brian Dunning) "A Celtic Heartbeat Christmas." Celtic Heartbeat 7567829292, 1996. (CD) [US][Whistle, synth]

11. Jody Marshall: It came upon the midnight clear (2.50) (Richard
Storrs Willis/Edmund Sears) "Carol of the bells." Jody Marshall JJM02, 2006. (CD) [US] (http://www.jodymarshall.net)

12. Peter Mack & Noel Rutherford: Noel nouvelet / Masters in this hall / Entré le boeuf (5.47) "Uncertain futures." Peter Mack & Noel Rutherford, 2000. (CD) [NZ][Harp, whistle, uilleann pipes]

13. Banda de Gaitas Ledicia: Vilancico para o Nadal de 1829 (3.40)
(Traditional) "Bagpipes of Galicia." ARC Music EUCD1684, 2001. (CD) [UK] (http://www.arcmusic.co.uk)

14. Simon Mayor: God rest ye swinging gentlemen (3.30) "Winter with
mandolins." Acoustics Records CDACS015, 1992. (CD) [UK]
(http://www.acousticsrecords.co.uk)
[Mandolin, clarinet and a harmonica contribution from Kiwi Brendan Power]

15. Golden Bough: Farewell on a cold winter's day (3.46) (Traditional) "Christmas in a celtic land." ARC Music EUCD1409, 1997. (CD) [UK] (http://www.arcmusic.co.uk)[Harp & whistle]


16. Neil Woodward: Auld lang syne (3.51) (Traditional/Robert Burns) "A cup of kindness: music for the season of joy." Black Dog BD0006CD, 1997. (CD) [US] (mailto:neil@neilwoodward.com)
[Guitars, harmonica]


Radio Kidnappers extends thanks to the companies and individuals who
have provided recordings for review/play on Folk on Sunday. Feedback is welcome, especially if we get the song attributions wrong. For more about our programme please seek our entry in Jeremy Butler's Internet Folk Radio List at
http://www.allthingsacoustic.org/tifrl/
For more on Radio Kidnappers visit us at
http://www.radiokidnappers.org.nz/prog_fos.php

--
Mitch and Robyn Park
(Folk on Sunday, Radio Kidnappers 1431AM)


http://www.radiokidnappers.org.nz/prog_fos.php
STREAMING live Sundays at 1500 NZ time via http://www.radiokidnappers.org.nz

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Subject: RE: NZ radio Chrissy shows streaming live
From: Little Robyn
Date: 24 Dec 08 - 07:59 AM

The programmes have been playing, but not at the times we were told. So to keep us happy they've started playing our shows again.
Here's Mitch's latest bulletin.

The elves have been sorting out more programming clashes at Kidnappers and dished up some more airtime, so here's a list of times you can expect to hear our Christmas specials, but I don't know which. That's the elves' surprise for you.

Date    NZ time    Britain    Eastern US    Western US
Wed 24   1pm    Wed m'night    Tue 7pm      Tue 4pm
Wed 24   7pm    Wed 6am       Wed 1am      Tue 10pm
Thu 25 10am    Wed 9pm       Wed 4pm      Wed 1pm
Thu 25   2pm    Thu 1am       Wed 8pm      Wed 5pm
Thu 25   7pm    Thu 6am       Thu 1am      Wed 10pm

Again, apologies for this rescheduling.
All the best for Christmas!
--
Mitch and Robyn Park
(Folk on Sunday, Radio Kidnappers 1431AM)


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