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Welcome to my listing of Anything else from my collection. To view details of a particular release, simply click on the picture or the text which follows underneath in the display below. By viewing a release page, you will find a lot more information about that particular release which includes basic details of it like the artist and year of release, any track details for the release (if applicable), lists of other similar releases as well as any other pictures I have taken. If there are linked videos, then you will be able to see the them in a form of a youtube embedded object into the webpage!

For BBC releases, all releases are listed whether they are in my collection or not. You can check if I actually have it by selecting the link.

Please note that if you are aware of a BBC release not listed on these pages, then I would be very interested in hearing from you. Would you mind please contacting me using the Contact me page? If you also have an item to sell, then you can use that same page to try to sell the item to me.

Picture of anything_else BBC Records Anything else - BBC Cartridges-RCT (RCT 8000-Y8F 8019)

The 8-track tape (formally Stereo 8; commonly known as the eight-track cartridge, eight-track tape, or simply eight-track) is a magnetic tape sound-recording technology that was popular in the United States from the mid-1960s to the early 1980s, when the Compact Cassette format took over. The format is regarded as an obsolete technology, and was relatively unknown outside the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, West Germany and Japan. Stereo 8 was created in 1964 by a consortium led by Bill Lear of Lear Jet Corporation, along with Ampex, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Motorola, and RCA Victor Records (RCA - Radio Corporation of America). It was a further development of the similar Stereo-Pak four-track cartridge introduced by Earl "Madman" Muntz (marketing and television set dealer), which was adapted by Muntz from the Fidelipac cartridge developed by George Eash. A later quadraphonic (four-channel sound as opposed to earlier more widely used stereo/two channel sound) version of the format was announced by RCA in April 1970 and first known as Quad-8, then later changed to just Q8.

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RCT 8000
The last Goon show of all
Spike Milligan
 
Picture of RCT 8002 Unique Hancock by artist Tony Hancock from the BBC anything_else - Records and Tapes library
RCT 8002
Unique Hancock
Tony Hancock
 
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RCT 8003
Radio 2 presents BBC top tunes
Various

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RCT 8005
Top of the pops - Volume 1
Various
 
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RCT 8006
Top of the pops - Volume 2
Various
 
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RCT 8007
Goon show classics - Volume 2
Various

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RCT 8009
Goon show classics
Spike Milligan
 
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RCT 8012
Old grey whistle test
Various
 
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RCT 8014
Top of the pops - Volume 3
Various

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RCT 8015
The cinema and the songs
Various
 
Picture of RCT 8018 Hancock - The lift / Twelve angry men by artist Various from the BBC anything_else - Records and Tapes library
RCT 8018
Hancock - The lift / Twelve angry men
Various
 
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Y8F 8019
BBC TV's best of top of the pops - Volume 4
Various