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Cat. no., track
Track
Release title
Artist
Sailing
Sailing
Sutherland / Ship's Company and band of HMS Ark Royal
Theme from 'The Hong King beat'
The Hong Kong beat
Richard Denton / Martin Cook
Chasing the dragon
The Hong Kong beat
Richard Denton / Martin Cook
Fly (Gibson and The Red Arrows)
Fly (The Red Arrows)
Dittrica / The O. D. S. Band
Hypercharge
Fly (The Red Arrows)
Ironton / Monkman / The O. D. S. Band
No matter what sign you are
No matter what sign you are
B. Gordy, Jr / H. Cosby / Russell Grant and the Starlettes
The holiday suite (Holiday '86)
The holiday suite (Holiday '86)
Simon May
Holiday tracks
The holiday suite (Holiday '86)
Simon May
Watching you
Watching you (The duty men)
Michael Kamen / Sashazoe
Watching you (Instrumental)
Watching you (The duty men)
Michael Kamen
No speed limit (No limits)
I'll slap your face (Entertainment USA)
Jonathan King
Heaven & Hell
Heaven & Hell (Cosmos)
Vangelis
On the move
On the move
Hawkshaw / Tempest
How to make your work better
How to make your work better
Jim Ensom
Last illness of King George V, announced by Stuart Hibberd, 20 January 1936
BBC 1922*1962 - Historic sounds from forty years of broadcasting
The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill, broadcasting in French to the French Empire - 21 October 1940
BBC 1922*1962 - Historic sounds from forty years of broadcasting
The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill
BBC War Reporter, Stanley Maxted, broadcasting from Arnhem, 20 September 1944, as Stirlings dropped supplies
BBC 1922*1962 - Historic sounds from forty years of broadcasting
The Radio Doctor on Indigestion, from his series What is it? which started 26 December 1943
BBC 1922*1962 - Historic sounds from forty years of broadcasting
John Snagge's commentary on the crowning of Queen Elizabeth II, 2 June 1953
BBC 1922*1962 - Historic sounds from forty years of broadcasting
Colonel John Glenn, in orbit, 20 February 1962
BBC 1922*1962 - Historic sounds from forty years of broadcasting
That's all. Cliff Michelmore closing Tonight
BBC 1922*1962 - Historic sounds from forty years of broadcasting
Trailer 1
Programme trailers for "Does the team think?"
Trailer 2
Programme trailers for "Does the team think?"
Trailer 3
Programme trailers for "Does the team think?"
Trailer 4
Programme trailers for "Does the team think?"
Trailer 5
Programme trailers for "Does the team think?"
Trailer 6
Programme trailers for "Does the team think?"
Trailer 7
Programme trailers for "Does the team think?"
Trailer 8
Programme trailers for "Does the team think?"
Trailer 9
Programme trailers for "Does the team think?"
Trailer 10
Programme trailers for "Does the team think?"
Trailer 11
Programme trailers for "Does the team think?"
Trailer 12
Programme trailers for "Does the team think?"
Quiller
Quiller
Denton / Cook
General direction
Quiller
Cook / Denton
Hong Kong beat
Hong Kong beat
Richard Denton / Martin Cook
The astronauts
Doctor Who
Peter Howell and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Who is Doctor Who ?
Who is Doctor Who ?
Ron Grainer / MacIver / Jon Pertwee
The history man
Bergerac
George Fenton
Time after time (Animal squad)
Time after time (Animal squad)
Rod Argent / Robert Howes / Barbara Dickson
Sailing by
Sailing by (BBC Radio 4's shipping forecast) - Record Store Day 2022
Ronald Binge / The Perry / Gardner Orchestra
Elizabethan serenade
Sailing by (BBC Radio 4's shipping forecast) - Record Store Day 2022
Ronald Bingew / Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
An interview with Sisters of Mercy
An interview with Sisters of Mercy
Sisters of Mercy
An interview with Sisters of Mercy
An interview with Sisters of Mercy
Sisters of Mercy
The holiday suite
The holiday suite (Holiday '86)
Simon May
Holiday tracks
The holiday suite (Holiday '86)
Simon May / The Simon May orchestra
Holiday club
The holiday suite (Holiday '86)
Simon May
I want tomorrow
I want tomorrow (The Celts)
Enya / Roma Ryan
Boadicea
I want tomorrow (The Celts)
Enya / Roma Ryan
The Celts
I want tomorrow (The Celts)
Enya / Roma Ryan
To go beyond II
I want tomorrow (The Celts)
Enya / Roma Ryan
The Celts (Opening theme from the BBC TV series)
I want tomorrow (The Celts)
Enya / Roma Ryan
Where eagles fly
Where eagles fly
Cuillin
Where eagles fly
You take me higher
Where eagles fly
Lecture at the University College of North Wales, broadcast in the Third prog. 9.3.67
Our present knowledge of the Universe
Sir Bernard Lovell
Lecture at the University College of North Wales, broadcast in the Third prog. 9.3.67 continued
Our present knowledge of the Universe
Sir Bernard Lovell
As I remember - Baroness Asquith in conversation with Kenneth Harris
As I remember
Baroness Asquith / Kenneth Harris
See RE 6
As I remember
Baroness Asquith / Kenneth Harris
Part 1
The great Queens - A sound tribute to the World's most famous liners
Robert Stannage
Part 2
The great Queens - A sound tribute to the World's most famous liners
Robert Stannage
Freddy Grisewood talks about his early life. Reminiscences of early broadcasting from 1929 onwards incluiding extracts from the BBC Sound Archives, including Scrapbook series. the Kitchen Front
Dear Freddy
Freddy Grisewood
Extracts from 'Gardener's Question Time' and 'Any Questions'
Dear Freddy
Freddy Grisewood
'The Celestial Gardener' written and read by Freddy Grisewood as broadcast in 1959
Dear Freddy
Freddy Grisewood
Tomorrow's World
BBC radiophonic music
John Baker
How it all began. An early history of flying by Charles H. Gibbs-Smith, Aeronautical Historian
Powered flight
Charles H. Gibbs-Smith
Lord Brabazon of Tara, holder of No. 1 certificate granted by the Royal Aero Club for pilots, reminisces, followed by the sound of a Bleriot monoplane (1909) as it starts up, runs and stops. Lord Brabazon tells how he won the Daily Mail prize of 1,000 in 1909
Powered flight
Lord Brabazon of Tara
Sir Thomas Sopwith talks about his early aircraft building experiences
Powered flight
Sir Thomas Sopwith
Sopwith Pup (1916) starts, warms up, revs and switches off
Powered flight
Sir Geoffrey de Havilland recalls early days at the Royal Aircraft Factory at Farnborough
Powered flight
Sir Geoffrey de Havilland
The Farnborough-built E. E. 5a (1917) starts up, revs, ticks over, takes off, circles overhead and dives
Powered flight
Sir Geoffrey de Havilland talks about the birth of the aircraft industry and the first civil airliner
Powered flight
Sir Geoffrey de Havilland
Bristol Fighter (1916) with a single Rolls-Royce engine starts up, taxies, takes off, passes overhead and flies into the distance
Powered flight
Sir Arthur Whitten-Brown describes the first ever direct flight across the North Atlantic, which he made in 1919 with Sir John Alcock
Powered flight
Sir Arthur Whitten-Brown
Sir Alan Cobham tells Raymond Baxter how he pioneered the establishment of international air routes
Powered flight
Sir Alan Cobham / Raymond Baxter
Gipsy Moth (about 1930) starts, revs and taxies away
Powered flight
Mr L. Nightingale, a fitter at Croydon Airport, recalls the aircraft used in the early days and temembers the arrival of Lindbergh and Amy Johnson
Powered flight
Mr L. Nightingale
Captain O. P. Jones, retired Senior Captain of B. O. A. C., remembers early scheduled flights
Powered flight
Captain O. P. Jones
A portrait of the Tiger Moth, the aircraft used more than any other for training pilots, starts, ticks over, taxies away, takes off and flies slowly past
Powered flight
Air Marshall Sir Richard Atcherley tells of the development of the Schneider Trophy seaplanes which were the forerunners of the Spitfire. He mentions his own part in the Schneider Trophy race of 1929
Powered flight
Air Marshall Sir Richard Atcherley
Spitfire starts, taxies, takes off and passes overhead
Powered flight
Jet engine on test bed introducing Hayne Constant, one of the team that developed the early gas turbine engines, who talks about the birth of the jet
Powered flight
Comet IV taking off, followed by Group Captain John Cunningham, then Chief Test pilot and a director of the de Havilland Aircraft Company, telling the story of the culmination of the British contribution to Powered Flight - the first passenger-carrying jet airliner in the world - the Comet
Powered flight
Group Captain John Cunningham
The landing of the first men on the Moon in July 1969
A review of 1969
Russians announce the launch of Soyuz IV and V
A review of 1969
Richard Nixon is inaugurated as President
A review of 1969
A year of change for the Royal family
A review of 1969
General de Gaulle threatens to resign, a difficult start for liner Queen Elizabeth II
A review of 1969
Political discussion of 1969 over the government's plan to curb unofficial strikes
A review of 1969
Horse power
Trams
Steam in the streets
Trams
Northern contrasts
Trams
Wales past and present
Trams
Epilogue in Ulster
Trams
Midland memories
Trams
Metropolitan complex
Trams
Southern systems
Trams
Swansong in Scotland
Trams
My rose
Roses
Voilet Carson
Buying and planting
Roses
Fred Loads
An October garden
Roses
Christina Rossett / Alex Glasgow
Design
Roses
Dean Hole / Franklin Engelmann
Wars of the Roses - The battle of Towton
Roses
Ken Ford
The Royal National Rose Society
Roses
Franklin Engelmann
Candied rose-leaves
Roses
Florence Akst
Pruning
Roses
Fred Loads
What a lot of roses!
Roses
Ken Ford
From 'The Garden'
Roses
V. Sackville-West / Franklin Engelmann
Rosary
Roses
Maureen Beck
Feeding
Roses
Fred Loads
There's nothing funny about roses
Roses
Bill Sowerbutts
Rose water
Roses
Florence Akst
A single rose as the botanist sees it
Roses
William Paul / Ken Ford
Rose perfume
Roses
Florence Akst
Pests and diseases
Roses
Fred Loads
From 'The rose bush and the snail'
Roses
Hans Andersen / Alex Glasgow
The peace rose
Roses
Antonia Ridge
Parsons' pleasure
Roses
A. Foster-Melliar / Frank Mellier
1902 Marshall 7 n. h. p. traction engine 'Old Timer' No. 37690 introduces Arthur Napper who tells how traction engine rallies started
Traction engines
Arthur Napper
1902 Wallis & Steevens 3 n. h. p. tractor 'Gollath', number unknown, approaches and is described by its owner, whop is the eye surgeon mentioned in band 1.
Traction engines
1901 Marshall 7 n. h. p. general purpose engine No. 36033 starts up, runs and stops recorded on board; followed by the way side recording of approach and pass.
Traction engines
1923 Aveling & Porter Type F 10-ton steam roller no. 10824 at work reminds Jim Smith, talking to Robin Worman (Radio Leeds), of the days when he used to drive steam rollers.
Traction engines
Jim Smith / Robin Worman
1929 Aveling & Porter Type AC 8-ton steam roller No. 14001 passes to and fro rolling a road and Tom Green describes the fascination of owning it.
Traction engines
Tom Green
1928 Ransomes, Simms and Jefferies 4 n. h. p. tractor No. 39137 passes then reverses and runs as if powering a belt while the owner, R. F. Giddings talks about it.
Traction engines
R. F. Giddings
1912 Burrell 4 n. h. s. 5-ton steam tractor 'Cock O' The North' No. 3397 passes; some noise due to loose shed roof rattling in the wind; followed by 1923 Fowler 5-ton tractor 'Tiger' No. 15632, moves away sounding two-tone whistle.
Traction engines
Ron Hawthorne tells Robin Worman what it is he enjoys about owning his 1920 Fowler Showman's Road Locomotive 'Renown' No. 15653 Class R 3, which is heard working in the background.
Traction engines
Ron Hawthorne / Robin Worman
Jack Wharton describes the last showman's road locomotive to be made to Robin Worman - No. 20223 'Supreme' made by Fowlers in 1934, "Super Lion" Class.
Traction engines
Jack Wharton / Robin Worman
1922 Burrell 5 n. h. p. patent convertible single cylinder traction engine No. 3931 leaving its shed for the open road.
Traction engines
14-year-old Mark Loader talks about the 1927 Wallis & Steevens 3 n. h. p. tractor No. 7881 which he and his cousin drive for their grandfather.
Traction engines
Mark Loader
1919 Garrett 4 n. h. p. Direct Ploughing Engine 'Suffolk Punch' N. 33180 in action.
Traction engines
Cable ploughing sequence with two Fowler 16 n. h. p. Class B1 plouging engines Nos. 15219 and 15436 described by Peter Copeland. Mr. K. Hobbs talks about his interest in these machines which were built in 1918 and 1919.
Traction engines
Peter Copeland / Mr. K. Hobbs
1930 Foden 6-ton 3-way tipping wagon No. 13716 approaches and is described by owner / driver Jack Hampshire; departs sounding hooter.
Traction engines
Jack Hampshire
1934 Sentinel Wagon No. 9032 followed by 1923 model No. 5104 approach and pass.
Traction engines
Ron Hawthorne gives more information about 'Renown', already heard in band 8 of side one, which approaches when drives the generator on the front via belt drive.
Traction engines
A. W. Cheshire, artist, gives a postscript to the era of the traction engine.
Traction engines
A. W. Cheshire
Caractacus (The regiment)
March of the champions
Sir Edward Elgar / Arr. T. L. Sharpe
We seem to have lost the picture - Part 1
We seem to have lost the picture (The story of television 1936-1976)
We seem to have lost the picture - Part 2
We seem to have lost the picture (The story of television 1936-1976)
Caractacus (The regiment)
Friday night is music night
Sir Edward Elgar / Arr. T. L. Sharpe
Charity
You have a minute lord
Girlwatching
You have a minute lord
Vandals, Lord
You have a minute lord
How do you condole, Lord?
You have a minute lord
Thy telly
You have a minute lord
The other fellow is wrong
You have a minute lord
Saying it
You have a minute lord
Must a person suffer fools, Lord?
You have a minute lord
Young mind
You have a minute lord
Man of peace
You have a minute lord
Late great Paul
You have a minute lord
Elegant light brown suit
You have a minute lord
All right now
You have a minute lord
Two of Dennis's closest friends, Normal Del Mar and Gareth Morris remember playing with Dennis in the RAF Central Band and Symphony Orchestra. Cecil Jones recalls the first performance of the Malipiero Wind Dialogue No. 4
Dennis Brain
Norman Del Mar / Gareth Morris / Cecil Jones
Gareth Morris talks of Dennis leading his Winf Ensemble and Norman Del Mar describes how he led the horns in an orchestra. Wilfrid Parry, Gareth and Norman tell stories of Dennis's love of driving
Dennis Brain
Gareth Morris / Norman Del Mar / Wilfrid Parry
Excerpt from a lecture-recital given by Dennis Brain on The Early Horn with Neil Sanders
Dennis Brain
Dennis Brain
Music critic Felix Aprahamian describes Dennis's organ playing and assesses his influence as a horn player. Gareth Morris and Norman Del Mar sum up Dennis as a person and Wilfrid Parry pays a final tribute.
Dennis Brain
Felix Aprahamian / Gareth Morris / Norman Del Mar
Greenwich chorus
BBC radiophonic workshop - 21
Peter Howell
Side 1
Symphony of the body
Anthony Smith
Side 2
Symphony of the body
Anthony Smith
Maggie Teyte describes how she came to study singing in Paris
Dame Maggie Teyte
Maggie Teyte
Maggie Teyte interviewed by Madeau Stewart about her voice, range and technique
Dame Maggie Teyte
Maggie Teyte
Maggie Teyte describes her first meeting with Debussy
Dame Maggie Teyte
Maggie Teyte
Alfred Cortot plays tribute to Maggie Teyte
Dame Maggie Teyte
Alfred Cortot
Gerald Moore talks about Maggie Teyte
Dame Maggie Teyte
Gerald Moore
Maggie Teyte recalls singing in musical plays
Dame Maggie Teyte
Maggie Teyte
Maggie Teyte remembers how she tried to make a come-back in America in 1937 / She also descibes the work she did during the second world war in Speaking Frankly
Dame Maggie Teyte
Maggie Teyte
Excerpts from the radio programme Frankly Speaking
Dame Maggie Teyte
Maggie Teyte
Gracie's broadcast of thanks to the Nation after her illness
Gracie Fields, O. B. E.
Gracie Fields
Gracie talks about her home on Capri and her personal life
Gracie Fields, O. B. E.
John Burns
Yehudi Menuhin talking of his early life and his first meeting with Sir Edward Elgar
Yehudi Menuhin
Yehudi Menuhin / Sir Edward Elgar
Excerpt from Yehudi Menuhin Master Class on Elgar Violin Concerto. Later he talks about the Yehudi Menuhin School in Surrey. He then describes his career as a conductor.
Yehudi Menuhin
Yehudi Menuhin
Speak for yourself
Top BBC TV themes - Volume 4
Fenton / Beaton / Roger Chapman
Heaven and Hell 3rd Movement (Theme from cosmos)
Top BBC TV themes - Volume 4
Vangelis
Pelleas and Melisande Op. 42 - 1st movement "At castle gate" (The sky at night)
Space Invaded - BBC space themes
Sibelius / Frank Chacksfield and his orchestea
Fanfare for the common man (Space shuttle)
Space Invaded - BBC space themes
Aaron Copland / The Dallas Symphony orchestra
Cosmos - Heaven and Hell 3rd movement / Alpha
Space Invaded - BBC space themes
Vangelis
Tomorrow's World
Space Invaded - BBC space themes
Richard Denton / Martin Cook
The comet is coming
Space Invaded - BBC space themes
Malcolm Clarke and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
The arrival at Gatwick Airport of Pope John Paul II. The Pope's message to the people of Britain. Commentary by John Timpson
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
The Pope speaks from the balcony of Westminster Cathedral
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
Pope John Paul II and H. M. The Queen at Buckingham Palace, commentary by David Dimbleby
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
The service for the sick and disabled at St. George's Cathedral, Southwark: Homily by Pope John Paul II to those gathered outside the Cathedral
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
Address by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev. & Rt. Hon. Robert Runcie, M.C., P.C.
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
Renewal of Baptismal Vows and Address by Pope John Paul II
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
Homily by Pope John Paul II (excerpt)
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
Homily by Pope John Paul II (excerpt)
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
Rally at Knacesmire Racecource, York: Address by Pope John Paul II (excerpt)
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
Description of the arrival of the Pope at Turnhouse Airport, Edinburgh, by Jack Reagan
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
Youth Rally at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh: Address by John Paul II (excerpts)
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
Pope John Paul II is greeted by the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland at the Assembly Hall, Edinburgh: Address of Welcome by the Moderator: The Very Rev. John MacIntyre, D. D
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
Address of Welcome at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Edinburgh: Address by His Eminence Cardinal G. Gray
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
Address by Pope John Paul II (excerpts)
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
Youth Rally at Ninian Park, Cardiff: Address by Pope John Paul II (excerpts)
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
Departure from Cardiff Airport: Final Blessing by Pope John Paul II
John Paul II, the pilgrim pope
The correct use of choke-chain and lead
Training dogs the Woodhouse way
Teaching a dog to walk to heel on and off the lead
Training dogs the Woodhouse way
Tone of voice
Training dogs the Woodhouse way
The sit and stay exercise
Training dogs the Woodhouse way
The down exercise
Training dogs the Woodhouse way
The recall exercise
Training dogs the Woodhouse way
Teaching your dog to ignore other dogs
Training dogs the Woodhouse way
The stand exercise
Training dogs the Woodhouse way
The advance stand, sit and down exercise
Training dogs the Woodhouse way
The drop on recall exercise
Training dogs the Woodhouse way
The long down exercise
Training dogs the Woodhouse way
Some final tips
Training dogs the Woodhouse way
Lascaux (The making of mankind)
Sound house - Radiophonic workshop
Peter Howell
Rallyman (In at the deep end)
Sound house - Radiophonic workshop
Roger Limb
Believe it or not
Sound house - Radiophonic workshop
Malcolm Clarke
Fancy fish (The carnival of the animals)
Sound house - Radiophonic workshop
Peter Howell / Dick Mills
Adolf Hitler in Danzig ... "I am aware of the greatness of this hour" 1.9.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
The Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain ... "this country is at war with Germany" 3.9.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
Lionel Marson announces the closing of places of entertainment 3.9.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
... and as evacuation begins is pleased to see that the services "are playing their part splendidly" 1.9.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
S. J. de Lotbiniere describes the scene at Waterloo Station as London children are evacuated 1.9.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
Princess Elizabeth, aged 14, sends a message to the children of Great Britain 13.10.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
An evacuee, breathless with news, reassures hid parents 10.9.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
By a French road Richard Dimbleby watches an Irish regiment move up and finds echoes of the First War ... "the road, the trees, the rain and everlasting beat of feet" 15.10.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
"War has at all times called for the fortitude of women". Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth stresses the vital role of women in this war 11.11.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
Gas mask drill and an Irish Guard shows the nation how to hold its breath 8.3.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
First Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Churchill, announces the scuttling of the Graf Spee 18.12.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
The phoney war ends as Alvar Lidell gives news of the German invasion of Denmark and Norway 9.4.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Ed Morrow witnesses the dramatic 'no confidence' debate in the Commons 8.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Chamberlain resigns ... "my duty is plain" 10.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Churchill makes his first broadcast as Prime Minister ... "one bond unites us all, to wage war until victory is won" 19.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Blitzkrieg begins - Alvar Lidell announces the invasion of Holland and Belgium 10.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Bernard Stubbs watches British troops advance into Belgium to meet the German army 13.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Charles Gardner describes Allied attempts to hold up the German advance north of Antwerp 14.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Sir Anthony Eden, Secretary of State for War, appeals for men to join the Local Defence Volunteers - The Home Guard 14.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Bernard Stubbs sees the weary Allied troops coming ashore in England from Dunkirk 31.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
J. B. Priestley finds the epic of Dunkirk typically British ... "so absurd, yet so grand and gallant" 5.6.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Bernard Stubbs watches trains full of silent troops as the B. E. F. come home 31.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Churchill prepares the nation for the Battle of Britain ... "men will still say, this was their finest hour" 18.6.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Charles Gardner provides a sporty commentary on a dog-fight, even supplying his own sound effects 14.7.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Robin Duff watches as a convoy is attacked off Dover 22.8.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Alvar Lidell reads the news at the climax of the Battle of Britain ... "175 German aircraft destroyed", later a much disputed figure 15.9.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Churchill pays tribute to 'the few' 20.8.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Ed Murrow, standing on the steps of St. Martin in the Fields, watches London cope with the blackout during the blitz 24.8
The second World war 1939 -1945
Robin Duff sees the City of London burn and St. Paul's "untouched in the very centre of all this destruction" 20.12.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Herbert Morrison, Minister of Home Security, appeals for firefighters to beat the incendiary menace 31.12.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Emergency services go into action in London during the blitz Oct / Nov 1940
The second World war 1939 -1945
After the raid on Coventry, Ministry of Information loudspeaker vans advise people on health hazzards 15.11.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
The Provost, the Very Reverend R. T. Howard, wearily describes his attempt to save Coventry's Cathedral from incendiary bombs ... "When men suffer, God suffers also" 15.11.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
News of the air and sea war and from the Russian Front as 1941 progresses. Best of all is the news that cooked bacon is coming off ration. Bulletins read by Bruce Belface (5.1.41), Alan Howland (10.1.41), and Frank Phillips (5.9.41)
The second World war 1939 -1945
German radio announces the sinking of H. M. S. Hood 24.5.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
First Sea Lord, A. V. Alexander, gives news of the Navy's riposte, the sinking of the Bismarck 31.5.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
An excited Robert Dougall, with a convoy in the Atlantic, describes an attack by German bombers 11.11.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
Churchill denounces Hitler as a "bloody thirsty guttersnipe" as Germany invades Russia 22.6.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
Alvar Lidell gives the news of a massive air-raid on Berlin 8.9.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
... in a Lancaster bomber over Berlin the air crew coolly perform their duties
The second World war 1939 -1945
The Japanese enter the war by attacking Pearl Harbour; Alvar Lidell with the news 7.12.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
Albert Lee Warner in Washington describes American reaction to Pearl Harbour 7.12.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
President Roosevelt expresses American determination 8.12.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
Wilfred Pickles gives news of the war developments in the Far East 8.12.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
In Washington Churchill addresses Congress on Japanese aggression ... "what kind of a people do they think we are?" 26.12.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
Giles Playfair describes the last eerie days in Singapour before its fall 15.2.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
Captain William Graves describes the inferno of the Battle of Midway 4.6.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
At El Alamein General Montgomery meticulously describes the battle to come and promises the Eighth Army that this time they will "finish with this chap Rommel once and for all" Oct. 1942
The second World war 1939 -1945
Godfrey Talbot watches British tanks move into battle 2.11.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
The barrage at El Alamein begins 1.11.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
Bruce Belfrage reads "some excellent news" from El Alamein 4.11.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
Victory bells ring in Tobruk 15.11.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
Godfrey Talbot describes Christmas in the desert with the Eighth Army 19.12.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
On the home front the Radio Doctor offers advice on Christmas Day over-indulgence 26.12.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
Freddie Grisewood suggests ways of saving fuel in the kitchen 17.8.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
Lord Haw-Haw (William Joyce) with one of his more eccentric propaganda stories on British women and their hats 27.2.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Robin Duff samples life in a typical London air-raid shelter 5.10.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Audrey Russell talks to the shocked survivor of an air-raid which buried her under the wreckage of her house Nov. 1944
The second World war 1939 -1945
Robert Robinson reads the news of the defeat of the Germans at Starlingrad 3.2.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
Paul Winterton pays tribute to the courage and fortitude of the Russians in Starlingrad 9.2.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
"Yesterday morning the war in North Africa came to an end". Frank Gillard describes the German surrender 13.5.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
Commander Anthony Kimmins sees the preparation of men and ships for the Allied invasion of Sicily 22.6.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
Maurice Shillington announces news of the resignation of Mussolini 25.7.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
General Patton enters Messina after its capture. Introduced by Garry Marsh 17.8.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
Frank Gillard introduces the town band of Lentini in Sicily which plays a distinctive 'God Save the King' 22.8.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
General Montgomery announces Allied landings on the Italian mainland ... "Let us knock Italy out of the war" 3.9.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
Marshal Badoglio proclaims the Italian capitulation to the Allies 8.9.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
Italy declares war on Germany; news bulletin read by Freddie Grisewood 13.10.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
News of the leaders of the Great Powers meeting in Teheran given by Freddie Grisewood 6.12.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
A night raid on the Anzio beach-head described by Wynford Vaughan-Thomas 26.1.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
During four months on the beach-head at Anzio the Allies make themselves at home, as Wynford Vaughan-Thomas reports 20.4.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Winston Churchill celebrates Allied victories and looks forward to the ending of "the cruellest tyranny which has ever sought to bar the progress of mankind" 26.3.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Godfrey Talbot surveys Monte Cassino as Polish troops raise their flag over the ruined monastery 17.5.
The second World war 1939 -1945
Rome welcomes the Allies 5.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Godfrey Talbot sees Allied troops on Mussolini's balcony in the Piazza Venezia 5.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
"England has become one vast ordnance dump ... " Frank Gillard describes the build-up of men and material as D-Day approaches 4.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Robin Duff on board a sealed troopship as the invasion forces are told where and when D-Day will take place 3.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Richard Dimbleby watches the airborne troops take off 5.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Robin Duff on board ship mid-Channel with the men "wondering, waiting and listening" 6.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
"D-Day has come" and John Snagge gives the news 6.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
"This is the day and this is the hour ... " Colin Wills prepares to land with the infantry 6.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Chester Wilmot crosses the Channel in a glider with the airborne forces 6.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Guy Byam parachutes into France with the airborne troops
The second World war 1939 -1945
General Eisenhower broadcasts to the people of Western Europe ... "The hour of your liberation is approaching" 6.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Alan Melville sees Allied paratroopers dropping to support the beach-head 6.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Chester Wilmot watches Allied gliders brave the German flak as they come in to land 6.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Frank Gillard takes cover in a Normandy cornfield as German shells whistle overhead 17.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Michael Standing sees French civilians cope with the Allied invasion 8.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Alan Melville tells the story of the Hermanville-sur-Mer church bells as they ring to celebrate liberation 14.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Bill Herbert watches Allied aircraft bomb Caen before the infantry go in 8.7.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Richard Wessell reads the news "Paris has been liberated" 23.8.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Parisians celebrate with the 'Marseillaise' 25.8.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Robert Reid describes the scene in Paris ... "People mad with joy" 25.8.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
German snipers fire on de Gaulle as he enters Notre Dame. Robert Reid watches as the General studiously ignores them 26.8.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
On the road into Brussels Chester Wilmot sees an armoured column held up by fierce German resistance 3.9.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
John Snagge gives the news of the Allied airborne invasion of Holland 17.9.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Ed Murrow counts the paratroops out as they jump into Holland ... "the whole sky is filled with parachutes" 17.9.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Stanley Maxted, surrounded with the 1st Airborne Division, watches "those lovely supply planes" come in over Arnhem ... "they're such fighters, if only they can get the stuff to fight with" 20.9.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Following the German offensive in the Ardennes, Robert Barr sees the Americans withdraw ... "I never thought this would happen to us" 18.12.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Matthew Halton describes conditions in Holland during the last terrible winter of occupation 19.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
"The Allies are across the Rhine" ... Freddie Grisewood announces the seizing of Remagen bridge by the American First Army 8.3.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Wynford Vaughan-Thomas crosses the Rhine with the 15th Scottish Division 24.3.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Richard Dimbleby crosses the Rhine with "a mighty airbourne army" and encounters fierce German resistance 24.3.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Stanley Maxted goes over the Rhine in a Hamilcar glider with the 6th Airbourne Division and is wounded in the 'doom-like lurch' of the landing 25.3.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Edward Ward describes "the greatest moment of my life", release from Oflag 12B 31.3.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Freddie Grisewood introduces Frank Gillard who announces "the forces of liberation have joined hands" as Riussian and American troops meey at Torgau on the Elbe 25.4.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Richard Dimbleby struggles to remain objective as he describes the scenes in Belsen 19.4.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
"Hitler is dead" ... newsflash read by Stuart Hibberd 1.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Standing in the little village of Lauenberg, Wynford Vaughan-Thomas watches as "the wreckage of the Wehrmacht" streams in to surrender to the Allies 3.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Chester Wilmot, at Field Marshal Montgomery's headquarters, waits for the German High Command to surrender 4.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Field Marshal Montgomery reads the surrender terms at Luneberg Heath 4.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
"Yes, I saw it" ... Thomas Cadett sees General Jodl sign the unconditional surrender at Allied Supreme Headquarters 7.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
John Snagge interrupts programmes to announce VE Day 7.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Howard Marshall, outside Buckingham Palace, joins the crowds "wanting to share this day with the King and Queen" 8.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
The Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, announces the surrender of Germany ... "we may allow ourselves a brief period of rejoicing" 8.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
"I only wish that Franklin D. Roosevelt had lived to witness this day". President Truman expresses a common feeling 8.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Lord Mountbatten, Supreme Allied Commander, South East Asia, tells the forces there "we were never really the forgotten front" 24.12.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Sergeant Richard Mawson lands on Iwo Jima with the U. S. Marines ... "Tojo isn't going to get much use out of this island from here on in" 19.2.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Richard Sharp introduces General Slim who congratulates every man in the Fourteenth Army as the Union Jack is raised over Fort Dufferin at Mandalay 21.3.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
After a period of recuperation, Sergeant Frank Foster describes conditions during the building of the Burma Siam Railway as a prisoner of the Japanese 4.11.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Frank Phillips reads news of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima 6.8.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Group Captain Leonard Cheshire witnesses the dropping of the second atomic bomb on Nagasaki 9.8.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
The Prime Minister, Clement Attlee, announces the surrender of Japan ... "the last of our enemies is laid low" 15.8.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Crowds celebrate VJ Day in London 15.8.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
King George VI speaks to the Empire ... "let us join in thanking Almighty God that war has ended throughout the world" 15.8.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Wynford Vaughan-Thomas joins the excited crowds in Piccadilly on VJ night 15.8.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
General Douglas MacArthur makes an elegiac broadcast at the end of the war in the Pacific ... "The holy mission has been completed" 1.9.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
The Celts
The Celts
Aldebaran (Dedicated to Ridley Scott)
The Celts
I want tomorrow
The Celts
March of the Celts
The Celts
Deireadh an tuath
The Celts
The sun in the stream
The Celts
To go beyond (I)
The Celts
Fairytale
The Celts
Epona
The Celts
Triad - St. Patrick / Cu Chulainn / Oisin
The Celts
Enya
Portrait
The Celts
Boadicea
The Celts
Bard dance
The Celts
Dan y dr
The Celts
To go beyond (II)
The Celts
President Truman warns the American people "aggression must be met firmly, appeasement leads to further aggression and war"
The war in Korea
The British Prime Minister, Clement Attlee, wonders about Chinese intentions in Korea
The war in Korea
... and goes on to outline the threat to world peace in uncharacteristically dramatics terms
The war in Korea
First impressions of life in the Pusan perimeter by men of the British 27th Infantry Division ... Brigadier Gwynne remembers his exotic welcome
The war in Korea
27th Brigade Commanding Officer, Brigadier Coad, outlines the problems facing him
The war in Korea
Captain Evans describes "the cowboy phase, no one really knew what was going on"
The war in Korea
On the Naktong river front Colonel Willoughby remembers the feeling of being heavily outnumbered by North Korean troops
The war in Korea
Alvar Liddell reports on the early fighting around Pusan ...
The war in Korea
... and then General MacArthur's brilliantly conceived seaborne assult on Inchon
The war in Korea
James Cameron remembers a "moment of peculiar lunacy" as a press boat full of "disputing and terrified" correspondents lands at Inchon ahead of the U. S. Marines
The war in Korea
Alvar Liddell announces the securing of the Inchon beach head
The war in Korea
Following U. N. success at Inchon, James Cameron sees events "flipping quickly from disaster to conquest" in "this beastly and disgusting war"
The war in Korea
Brigadier Gwynne, second in command of the Middlesex Regiment, describes the friendly rivalry as the U. N. troops raced north of the thirty-eight Parallel
The war in Korea
Sergeant Warner remembers with some feeling his first G. I. breakfast
The war in Korea
Major Farrar-Hockley, with the Gloucesters, has a hearty disregard for the language barriers ...
The war in Korea
... while James Cameron has problems
The war in Korea
Rene Cutforth recalls the wind of the Korean winter that sapped morale and created "generalised fear"
The war in Korea
Australian troops have a typically graphic name for the Korean wind. Colonel Willoughby remembers
The war in Korea
As the war turned against the U. N. Forces, the retreat south begins. Brigadier Gwynne, in the rearguard, sees the columns moving back
The war in Korea
Captain Evans sees an American division "shot up" in its wild retreat south
The war in Korea
With the refugees streaming southwards, Colonel Willoughby remembers "one particular tragic moment"
The war in Korea
Rene Cutforth's vivid despatch picks out the individual human tragedies among the refugees
The war in Korea
Sir Gladwin Jebb, Ambassador to the U. N., gives Great Britain's reaction as Chinese Communists enter the war.
The war in Korea
"Never ride the lonely road, above all at sundown" ... James Cameron recalls a Korean maxim
The war in Korea
Sargeant Warner, of 1st Middlesex, describes a typical Chinese attack
The war in Korea
... while Colonel Rickcord, Ulster Rifles, and Sergeant Taylor, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, assess the merits of the Chinese private soldier
The war in Korea
(As track 2)
The war in Korea
The Chinese Spring offensive opens on the Imjim River front. Major Farrar-Hackley, adjutant of the Gloucesters, saw the attackers' first wave ...
The war in Korea
... and describes the action which led to the award of a posthumous V. C. to Lieutenant Curtis in fierce fighting on the Imjin
The war in Korea
Major Nixon, Company Commander in the Ulster Rifles, gives a breezty account of continuous Chinese attacks beaten off over three days
The war in Korea
Surrounded by Chinese Infantry the Gloucesters hold their position. General Brodie recalls giving the order to hold
The war in Korea
At the height of the battle RSM Smyth hears the Drum Major answer the constant Chinese bugles with his own full repertiore
The war in Korea
U. S. General Matthew Ridgway pays tribute to the Gloucesters' stand on the Imjin
The war in Korea
Private Speakman laconically relives the action which resulted in his V. C.
The war in Korea
Following their capture at the battle of the Imjin River, Major Farrar-Hockley (Gloucesters) and Private May (Ulster Rifles) reflect on the early days of their captivity
The war in Korea
(As track 11)
The war in Korea
Physical ill-treatment in the P. O. W. camps was common. Fusilier Kimme recalls one experience
The war in Korea
A day in the life of a Prisoner of War. Army Chaplain Davies remembers the cold, the hunger and the indoctrination classes
The war in Korea
President Truman outlines his reaons for dismissing General MacArthur, "the cause of world peace is more important than any one individual"
The war in Korea
General Douglas MacArthur bids his historic farewell to an appreciative American Congress
The war in Korea
Major General West, Commander of the 1st Commonwealth Division, recalls the bitter fighting of the last few months of the war
The war in Korea
President Truman, in an emotional after-dinner speech, rejects the criticism that the Korean War is "Truman's War"
The war in Korea
Henry Cabot Lodge jnr, U. S. Ambassador to the United Nations presents the official truce communication to the U. N. Secretary General
The war in Korea
"The ceremony took place in almost complete silence". Major General West sees the signing of the Armistice at Panmunjom
The war in Korea
Private May, in captivity, celebrates the Armistice with a little peace wine
The war in Korea
President Eisenhower, in sombre mood, welcomes the ending of hostilities
The war in Korea
"There never was a war like this one for bitterness and savagery." James Cameron gives his prescient verdict on the War
The war in Korea
B'breath (Theme from discoveries underwater)
Discoveries underwater
Howard J. Davidson
Panarea
Discoveries underwater
Howard J. Davidson
(As a mark of respect) No one shall enter the ship
Discoveries underwater
Howard J. Davidson
Aqua sub aqua
Discoveries underwater
Howard J. Davidson
Isle royal
Discoveries underwater
Howard J. Davidson
Atocha
Discoveries underwater
Howard J. Davidson
Truk lagoon
Discoveries underwater
Howard J. Davidson
The great rift
The World of BBC TV themes
Peter Howell
Victorian kitchen garden
The World of BBC TV themes
Paul Reade featuring Emma Johnson
Atlantic realm
The World of BBC TV themes
Clannad
The Celts
The World of BBC TV themes
Enya
Time after time (Animal squad)
The World of BBC TV themes
Barbara Dickson
Atlantic realm
Atlantic realm
Clannad
Dialogue talking about Franco
Under African skies
Ray Lema
Animateurs welcoming VIPs on Independence Day 1989, Kinshasa
Under African skies
Unknown artist
Dialogue
Under African skies
Music class St Joseph's School (Chichuwasha)
Mill discipline
The age of steam
Various
A view of the poor (Memoirs of wool)
The age of steam
J. Smith
Two views of the Minimum Wage Bill
The age of steam
Various
A mill owner's evidence
The age of steam
Various
Hard times
The age of steam
Various
The mill girl's evidence
The age of steam
Various
My boy Edwin
The age of steam
Various
For and against the railroad (History of the English Railway)
The age of steam
J. Francis
A public Fraud
The age of steam
Colonel Waldo Sibthorp MP
The greatest trash
The age of steam
Colonel Waldo Sibthorp MP
A triumph
The age of steam
The Morning Chronicle
Opening day at the exhibition
The age of steam
Queen Victoria
The Queen sees the machinery
The age of steam
Queen Victoria
The Queen sees some Empire exhibits
The age of steam
Queen Victoria
A disappointed visitor
The age of steam
The Morning Chronicle
The Queen drives in the park
The age of steam
Queen Victoria
The Queen is impressed
The age of steam
Queen Victoria
The Queen sums up the exhibition
The age of steam
Queen Victoria
The filth in Lamb's Fields
The age of steam
Various
Overcrowding in Newcastle
The age of steam
Various
Sanitation in 1843
The age of steam
Various
Stealing water
The age of steam
Various
The contaminated well
The age of steam
Dr. John Simon
Jacob's Island, Bermondsey (London Characters)
The age of steam
Henry Mayhew
Down with the Public Health Bill
The age of steam
Colonel Waldo Sibthorp MP
The right to one's private dungheap
The age of steam
The Times
The slums in 1883 (The bitter cry of outcast London)
The age of steam
George Sims
Royal salute (Heritage)
With brass and strings
The band Of H.M. Welsh Guards
Part 1
Gandhi - Man on trial
Part 2
Gandhi - Man on trial
Seven-tenths of the world
Ocean survey
The great provider
Ocean survey
Farming at sea
Ocean survey
Life in the oceans
Ocean survey
Problems of the deep
Ocean survey
Charts for the future
Ocean survey
The hermit in a water tank
Men alone - Episodes 1-4
David Attenborough
Toy trains in the jungle
Men alone - Episodes 1-4
David Attenborough
A fisherman in British Guiana
Men alone - Episodes 1-4
David Attenborough
Cold hunger
Men alone - Episodes 1-4
David Attenborough
What is heat?
Heat - Episodes 1-4
Nat Taylor
Measuring temperature
Heat - Episodes 1-4
Nat Taylor
How much heat?
Heat - Episodes 1-4
Nat Taylor
Making fire
Heat - Episodes 1-4
Nat Taylor
Sir John Gielgud talks to Michael Elliott
The art of acting - Sir John Gielgud - 1 / Sir Laurence Olivier
Sir Laurence Olivier talks to John Dyas
The art of acting - Sir John Gielgud - 1 / Sir Laurence Olivier
Sir John Gielgud talks to Michael Elliott
The art of acting - Sir John Gielgud - 2 / Sir Ralph Richardson
Sir Ralph Richardson talks to Michael Elliott
The art of acting - Sir John Gielgud - 2 / Sir Ralph Richardson
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Magazine units - 260 For the blind - 3 / The Common Market A British debate
Magazine units - 260 The Common Market, a British debate
Magazine units - 260 For the blind - 3 / The Common Market A British debate
Send him canorious, long to lung over us
Send him canorious, long to lung over us / How should Shakespeare be spoken?
Arnold Goldman
How should Shakespeare be spoken?
Send him canorious, long to lung over us / How should Shakespeare be spoken?
Lord Annan
The story of Verdi's Otello (Side 1 or 2)
The story of Verdi's Otello / Requiem
The story of Verdi's Requiem (Side 1 of 2)
The story of Verdi's Otello / Requiem
The story of Verdi's Otello (Side 2 or 2)
The story of Verdi's Otello / Requiem
The story of Verdi's Requiem (Side 2 of 2)
The story of Verdi's Otello / Requiem
The birth of an opera - Don Carlos (Side 1 or 2)
The birth of an opera - Don Carlos / Eugene Onegin
The birth of an opera - Don Carlos (Side 2 or 2)
The birth of an opera - Don Carlos / Eugene Onegin
Astrology
Astrology / Black Holes
Professor Hans Eysenck / Doctor Christopher Evans / Paul Vaughan
Black Holes
Astrology / Black Holes
Professor John Taylor / Doctor Christopher Evans / Paul Vaughan
Judas - The case for the defence - Part 1
Judas: The case for the defence 1
John Eidinow
Judas - The case for the defence - Part 2
Judas: The case for the defence 2
John Eidinow
Alcoholism
Alcoholism / No smoking?
Rita Dando
No smoking?
Alcoholism / No smoking?
Man behind the monster
Magazine units - 639
Fred Newman / Janet Trewin
Cricket history
Magazine units - 639
Neil Landor / Bill Frindall
Laurie Lee's vintage cider
Magazine units - 639
Laurie Lee / Marjorie Lofthouse
Ants' drink problem
Magazine units - 639
Ken Jackson / Dr. Martin Speight
Your unappreciated brain
Magazine units - 639
Anthony Smith / John Thompson
Chores without bore
Magazine units - 639
Nick Yapp
Coping with a sick child
Magazine units - 639
Peggy Anderson / Ruth Linton
Inbuilt insecticide
Magazine units - 639
John Dunn / Dr. John Picket
Cluster headaches
Magazine units - 639
Dr. Clifford Rose / Geoff Watts
ISIS
Magazine units - 639
Dr. Alan Ledbetter / John Newell
Why incest is a bad thing
Magazine units - 639
Dr. Richard Dawkins
A new type of telescope
Magazine units - 639
Dr. Peter Waddell / John Newell
Urban design
Magazine units - 639
Alice Coleman / David Bellan
Exercise against heart attacks
Magazine units - 639
Professor John Catford / David Turner
H. R. H. The Prince Andrew (i) Cameras and crisis
Magazine units - 641
H. R. H. The Prince Andrew / Sue MacGregor
H. R. H. The Prince Andrew (ii) Girls I go out with
Magazine units - 641
H. R. H. The Prince Andrew / Sue MacGregor
Gliding granny
Magazine units - 641
Mary Meagher / Anne Bolsover
Nigel Kennedy - Violin variety
Magazine units - 641
Nigel Kennedy / Janice Long
Vitamin A to save children's eyesight
Magazine units - 641
Professor David Morley / Mark Driscoll
Flying - Fears for ears
Magazine units - 641
Moyra Bremner / Dr. Jonatham Hazell
She-male snakes
Magazine units - 641
Lionel Kellaway / David Dixon
Tetraplegic computer student
Magazine units - 641
Ruth Whapples / Penny Searley
Gliding for the disabled
Magazine units - 641
Andrea Adams / Andy Hancock / Lieutenant Mary Anderson
Disabled water-skiers
Magazine units - 641
John Mills / Mike Hammond
Epilepsy cassette monitor
Magazine units - 641
Dr. Lance Blumhardt / John Mills
Polystyrene pain relief
Magazine units - 641
Jane Bertram / John Mills
Pain management courses
Magazine units - 641
John Mills
The danger of drugs
Magazine units - 642
Nick Ross / Dr. Mike Gossop / Alan Parry
Back chat
Magazine units - 642
Dr. Alan Maryon-Davis
Shirley's Olympic silver
Magazine units - 642
Shirley Strong / Mary Marquis
Atomic witness
Magazine units - 642
Leech Farm
Magazine units - 642
Lionel Kelloway / Dr. Roy Sawyer
Throw-away museum
Magazine units - 642
Robert Opie
George Benson - Getting jazz across
Magazine units - 642
George Benson / John Dunn
Legionnaires disease - A new clue
Magazine units - 642
Dr. Tim Robotham / Martin Redfern
Diet for athletes - A carbohydrate crammer
Magazine units - 642
Anna Perry / Maya Walker
Tsunami
Magazine units - 642
Stephen Hedges / Dr. Keith Hindley
How chill can kill
Magazine units - 642
John Dunn / Terry Jones
Alcoholism - An inherited tendency?
Magazine units - 642
Professor Begleiter / Geoff Watts
Underwater volcanoes
Magazine units - 642
Dr. Peter Lonsdale / Peter Evans
Think alpha!
Magazine units - 642
Dr. David Lewis / Peter Wilson
Kermit's creator
Magazine units - 643
Jim Henson / John Dunn
Dolphin joy
Magazine units - 643
Dr. Horace Dobbs / Kay Evans
Stink bird
Magazine units - 643
Peter Holden / Derek Jones
William Trevor - Irish short stories
Magazine units - 643
William Trevor / Sue MacGregor
Peter Sculthorpe
Magazine units - 643
Peter Sculthorpe / Bernard Palmer
Rhino horn not aphrodisiac
Magazine units - 643
Dr. Esmond Bradley Martin / Fiona Guthrie
Bernard Levin - In Hannibal's footsteps
Magazine units - 643
Bernard Levin / Colin Hamilton
Shaw's house (George Bernard Shaw)
Magazine units - 643
Hunter Davies / Fraser Gallie
J. K. Galbraith
Magazine units - 643
Professor John Kenneth Galbraith / John Dunn
Sickle-cell disease
Magazine units - 643
Dr. Felix Konoteh-Ahulu / Peter Lehola
Bulimia Nervosa
Magazine units - 643
Louise Roche / Roberta Symes
Multi-tracking backings
Magazine units - 643
Steve Levine
Barry Tuckwell - French horns, keeping your hand in
Magazine units - 643
Barry Tuckwell / John Tidmarsh
OOBEs
Magazine units - 644
Susan Blackmore / Jenni Murray / Denise Tremmel and Jim McRae
Halley's comet
Magazine units - 644
Colin Hamilton / Ian Ridpath
So you want to be a cartoonist?
Magazine units - 644
Peter maddocks / Brian Matthew
You too can be a turkey
Magazine units - 644
Jean Snedegar
Bicycle polo
Magazine units - 644
Ian Carnaby
Wartime women pilots
Magazine units - 644
Joy Lofthouse / Jenni Murray
How pidgeons home
Magazine units - 644
Dr. Robin Baker / Peter France
What it sounds like to be deaf
Magazine units - 644
John Newell / Dr. Ian Summers
Modelling microbursts
Magazine units - 644
Peter Evans / Dr. John Simpson
Pack rats and palaeoecology
Magazine units - 644
Peter Evans / Dr. Peter Moore
How Tibet was made
Magazine units - 644
Peter Evans / Professor Mike Coward
Fractal patterns
Magazine units - 644
Dr. Harry Rosenburg / Peter Evans
X-Ray treatment
Magazine units - 644
Geoff Watts / Professor Roger Berry
Easing oesophageal cancer
Magazine units - 644
Geoff Watts / Dr. Giles Rowland
Glen Miller
Magazine units - 645
Musical museum
Magazine units - 645
Cervical cancer - Ther virus connection
Magazine units - 645
Jorge Bolet - Playin Liszt's piano
Magazine units - 645
Why plagues of locusts?
Magazine units - 645
Whatever happened to variety?
Magazine units - 645
Billie Holiday - Jazz singer extraordinary
Magazine units - 645
Alcoholiosm, anorexia and addiction
Magazine units - 645
Underground attraction
Magazine units - 645
Elaine Page - overnight success
Magazine units - 645
Leukemia
Magazine units - 645
The gardining bug
Magazine units - 645
Adam Faith - "What do you want?"
Magazine units - 645
Stereo before stereo?
Magazine units - 647
Barry Fox / John Dunn
The road to Bhowani Junction
Magazine units - 647
John Masters / Clive Jordan
Tune deaf
Magazine units - 647
Margaret Horsfield
Panic attacks
Magazine units - 647
Jenny Murray / Dr. Landau-North
Tearful smells
Magazine units - 647
Professor Michael Stoddart
Christopher Isherwood in Berlin
Magazine units - 647
Christopher Isherwood / Clive Jordan
Tea, 2,000 B. C.
Magazine units - 647
John Dunn / Samuel Twining
Dean Rusk remembers Kennedy
Magazine units - 647
Dean Rusk / Greville Havenhand
Who is who in novels
Magazine units - 647
William Amos / John Dunn
Up your nose - Interferon and the common cold
Magazine units - 647
Dr. David Tyrrell / Geoff Watts
Spawning of the Great Barrier Reef
Magazine units - 647
Andrew Veitch / John Tidmarsh
Perfumed garden
Magazine units - 647
Carol Paton / John Stephen
Dreams unravelled
Magazine units - 647
Paul Heiney / Professor Liam Hudson
A fix in your food?
Magazine units - 647
Professor John Hawthorn
GENERAL: Ben Kingsley - The Ghandi connection
Magazine units - 648
Ben Kingsley / John Dunn
Jet set insects
Magazine units - 648
Clive Jacobs / Robert Bateman
Drug addict cure machine?
Magazine units - 648
Dr. Meg Patterson / Sue MacGregor
Touching the tango
Magazine units - 648
John Tidmarsh / Elena Segade
Jealousy
Magazine units - 648
Nancy Friday / Jenni Murray
Evolution and the human brain
Magazine units - 648
Barbara Myers / Richard Leakey
Cuneiform on computer
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Peter Beer / Bruce Marquardt
SCIENCE: Can matter be destroyed?
Magazine units - 648
John Dunn / John Gribbin
Insect ears
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Axel Michelson / Colin Blakemore
CEDRIC - Word magic for the disabled
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Colin Wilding /Andrew Downing
Deep sea discoveries
Magazine units - 648
Colin Hamilton / Keith Hindley
Snoring can damage your health
Magazine units - 648
Dr. Jim Horne / Norman Dahl
Stiff blood clogs up your ears
Magazine units - 648
Geoff Watts / George Browning
Good vibes for the deaf
Magazine units - 648
Dr. Ian Summers / John Newell
GENERAL: Choir quality
Magazine units - 649
Simon Preston / Gill Birchall
Paradoxical platypus
Magazine units - 649
Professor Mike Stoddart
Tarantula's deadly mating dance
Magazine units - 649
David Phipps / Alison Sargent
Yadhtrib Yppah
Magazine units - 649
Roger Ordish / Angela Gordon / Ned Sherrin
Making of a model
Magazine units - 649
Andrea Adams
Motor cars - Their first century
Magazine units - 649
Andrew Hahum / John Tidmarsh
Isaac Stern - My two voilins
Magazine units - 649
Isaac Stern / Michael Oliver
BLIND: Moonwriting made easy
Magazine units - 649
Dr. William Moon / Gerd Sommerhoff
Flying blind
Magazine units - 649
Karen Prenderguist / Lorna Birchley
Blind golf champion
Magazine units - 649
Pat Browne / John Dunn
Drawing for the blind
Magazine units - 649
Rachel Sullivan / Ian MacRae
Eye-drops - Problem for blind people
Magazine units - 649
Peter White / Margaret Ford
Arthur Pearson, blind genius of St. Dunstans
Magazine units - 649
Bob Young / John Hosken
Sunglasses for the visually handicapped
Magazine units - 649
Janet Silver / Kevin Mulhern
Blind girl - Himalayas mountaineer
Magazine units - 649
Julie Donnelly / Ruth Evans
My husband Tony Hancock
Magazine units - 653
Freddie Hancock / John Dunn
Kick boxing
Magazine units - 653
Joanne Watson / Kevin Brewerton
Gregory Peck - Stardom without trying
Magazine units - 653
Gregory Peck / Philip Bergson
How to protect your child from strangers
Magazine units - 653
Sheryll Kerns Kraizer / Liz Mardall
Egyptain mummies (and daddies)
Magazine units - 653
Dr. Rosalie David / Judy Merry
Wild chill factor
Magazine units - 653
Roger Hunt / John Dunn
Life of O'Reilly
Magazine units - 653
Dr. Tony O'Reilly / Sue MacGregor
Holocaust - The Jewish tradegy
Magazine units - 653
Martin Gilbert / John Dunn
Mad hatter
Magazine units - 653
Sean Barratt / Tessa Shaw
Pacific odyssey
Magazine units - 653
David Fanshawe / Rory Johnston
Eccentrics examined
Magazine units - 653
Dr. David Weekes / John Dunn
Scandal!
Magazine units - 653
Colin Wilson / Jenni Murray
Bahamas - Blue holes
Magazine units - 653
Robert Palmer / Ken Jackson
Shirley Williams - Liz Taylor's rival
Magazine units - 653
Shirley Williams / Michael Parkinson
Rhyming and farming
Magazine units - 654
Dic Jones / June Knox-Mawer
First to break the sound barrier
Magazine units - 654
Chuck Yeager / John Dunn
Christine Piff - Facing her cancer
Magazine units - 654
Christine Piff / Jenni Murray
The mysterious Veli-man
Magazine units - 654
Rev. Derek Rawcliffe / Christine Wood
SCIENCE: Cancer without smoke?
Magazine units - 654
Professor Ken Stephen / Geoff Watts
The day I found 'Lucy'
Magazine units - 654
Professor Don Johanson / Colin Tudge
Your body and shift work
Magazine units - 654
Beatrice Lacoste / Dr. Waterhouse
Ballooning round Venus
Magazine units - 654
Dr. Gary Hunt / Martin Redfern
Lasers in gynaecology
Magazine units - 654
Mr. Joe Jordan / Geoff Watts
Drought predictor?
Magazine units - 654
Chris Folland / Georgina Ferry
Bird's-nest soup
Magazine units - 656
Phil Chapman / Derek Jones
Ghost hunting
Magazine units - 656
Peter Underwood / Robert Williams
Airship over London
Magazine units - 656
Alan Birchwood / Doug Crawford
Dave Prowse - Monster actor (Star Wars)
Magazine units - 656
Dave Prowse / John Dunn
Dystonias - Distressing disorders
Magazine units - 656
David Marsden / Geoff Watts
Hi-tech scarecrows
Magazine units - 656
Stephen Beard
Chronic constipation
Magazine units - 656
Professor John Lennard-Jones / Geoff Watts
Hydrogen - Fuel for the future?
Magazine units - 656
John Newell / David Bellan
Leukaemia - The virus connection
Magazine units - 656
Helen Carasso / Bill Jarrett
How deers' antlers grow
Magazine units - 656
Dr. Gerald Lincoln / Helen Carasso
GENERAL: Cat and dog watching
Magazine units - 667
Dr. Desmond Morris / Chris Nicholson
A warm's eye view of a buffalo's bottom
Magazine units - 667
Ian Redmund
The Roux brothers - Their favourite meal
Magazine units - 667
Michel Roux / Albert Roux / Michael Parkinson
Swimming pools for horses
Magazine units - 667
Martin Pipe / Martyn Dean
GENERAL: "Life from space?"
Magazine units - 667
Sir Fred Hoyle / Michael Parkinson
The art of taxidermy
Magazine units - 667
Karen Deco / Roy Hale / Emily Mayer / Mark St. Clair
The strange case of W. S. Gilbert
Magazine units - 667
Geoffrey Norris / David Eden
Third world, second world, first world?
Magazine units - 667
Neil Landor
Why do we have accents?
Magazine units - 667
Neil Landor / Dr. John Wells
International rescue - A team of life-savers
Magazine units - 667
Jenny Ricotti / Corps Commander Terry Price
Cary Grant - Little Archie
Magazine units - 670
Pamela Trescott / Jenni Murray
Converted conveniences
Magazine units - 670
Victoria Mather / Kevin Greenham
Did the Egyptians discover America?
Magazine units - 670
Robin Knox-Johnston / John Dunn
Tommy Reilly - Classical harmonica player
Magazine units - 670
Tommy Reilly / Carol Rosen
Why do we cook food?
Magazine units - 670
John Dunn / Harold McGee
"Near-death experiences"
Magazine units - 670
David Lorimer / Selina Scott
Hugo van Lawick - Photographer of wild animals
Magazine units - 670
Hugo van Lawick / John Dunn
Jack Coleman - The morality of Dynasty
Magazine units - 670
Jack Coleman / Reverend Roger Royle
Pauline Kung - Pianist from Malaysia
Magazine units - 670
Pauline Kung / Tim Maby
At her Majesty's Service
Magazine units - 670
Peter russell / Chris Searle
A day in the life of Father Cleary
Magazine units - 670
Father Cleary / Nigel Farrell
Tuning an orchestra
Magazine units - 670
Neil Landor / Gordon Stewart
Hypnosis for snoring sufferers
Magazine units - 670
Jeremy Hayes
Wole Soyinka - Nobel prizewinner
Magazine units - 671
Wole Soyinka
Andrew Sacks - 'Manuel' (Fawlty Towers)
Magazine units - 671
Andrew Sachs / John Tidmarsh
Like father like son
Magazine units - 671
Martin Amis / John Parry
What's inside the Black Box?
Magazine units - 671
Fiona Ledger / Dick Oliver
The World inside your house
Magazine units - 671
David Bodanis / Sue MacGregor
John Houseman's 'Professor Kingsfield'
Magazine units - 671
John Houseman / Ned Sherin
Pow-wow
Magazine units - 671
Margaret Horsfield / Wes Fineday
Magdi Yacoub - Heart transplant pioneer
Magazine units - 671
Magdi Yacoub / John Dunn
Waste in space
Magazine units - 671
Dr. David Baker / Hugh Sykes
Cuckoo cunning
Magazine units - 671
Dr. Nicholas Davies / Peter Evans
Telephones for the deaf
Magazine units - 671
Don Pearson / Alun Lewis
P. R. K. - Solution for short-sight
Magazine units - 671
Professor John Marshall / Gordon Clough
Is there life on Mars?
Magazine units - 671
Dr. John Gribben / Fergus Keeling
Snorkels for ants
Magazine units - 671
Paul Simons / Ken Jackson
Compact Beatles
Magazine units - 675
George Martin / Olenka Frenkiel
Ken Russell - Opera outrages
Magazine units - 675
Ken Russell / Michael Parkinson
The varied worlds of Naomi Mitchison
Magazine units - 675
Naomi Mitchison / Sally Feldman
Milk of human kindness!
Magazine units - 675
Trevor Barnes
Gothic voices
Magazine units - 675
Dr Christopher Page / Christopher Gunness
Raymong Briggs - 'When the wind blows'
Magazine units - 675
Raymond Briggs / Alex Kirby
Working around the world
Magazine units - 675
Susan Griffith and Simon Calder / Sue MacGregor
Pluto & Charon
Magazine units - 675
Dr David Hughes / Georgina Ferry
Impact winter kills dinosaurs?
Magazine units - 675
Professor Barry Cox / Peter Evans
Subcutaneous mastectomy
Magazine units - 675
Bernard Palmer / Susan Kenyon
Bug battery!
Magazine units - 675
Dr Chris Thurston / John Dunn
Ostriches - Motherly love
Magazine units - 675
Dr, Brian Bertram / Jeremy Cherfas
A SAD story
Magazine units - 675
Psychiatrist Christopher Thompson / Geoff Watts
Why do birds migrate?
Magazine units - 675
John Dunn / Chris Harbard
Sneeze, hiccough, sneeze, hiccough ...
Magazine units - 690
Marion Kerr / Elaine Vairey / Lisa Prince
Indian Suttee - Burning brides
Magazine units - 690
Charles Allen / John Tidmarsh
No more pink Cadillacs - Religious returnees (Featurette)
Magazine units - 690
Helga Abraham
GENERAL: Down to Eartha
Magazine units - 690
Eartha Kitt / Jenni Murray
How to make it in the rock business (Featurette)
Magazine units - 690
Mary Wilson / Sara Jane Hall
Embarrassing dogs (Featurette)
Magazine units - 690
Andrea Adams
The best in the world!
Magazine units - 690
Anna Nicolas / Fiona Ledger
Floyd's French food
Magazine units - 690
Keith Floyd / Colin Hamilton
GENERAL: Beatlemaniac
Magazine units - 691
Carol Bedford / Sally Feldman
Prisoners of conscience
Magazine units - 691
Marie Stanton / Jenni Murray
Avoiding a hangover
Magazine units - 691
Tessa Shaw
The high priest of Haute cuisine
Magazine units - 691
Robert Carrier / Jenni Murray
The boy and The Hobbit
Magazine units - 691
Rayner Unwin / Laurie Margolis
SCIENCE: Aids - A woman's view
Magazine units - 691
Barbara Myers
Vitiligo - The disease that changes your colour
Magazine units - 691
Sara Jane Hall
Defusing the nuclear arsenal
Magazine units - 691
John Wilson / John Thompson
Noises that won't go away
Magazine units - 691
Geoff Watts / Jonathan Hazell
Cervical cancer
Magazine units - 691
Dr. Jack Cusick / Stephen Hedges
Ladies in the 80's
Magazine units - 693
Nicki Paxman
Bette Davis on 'This and that'
Magazine units - 693
Bette Davis / Roy Pickard
Rare birds of Thailand
Magazine units - 693
Anne Blair Gould / Philip Round
L Ron Hubbard - Prophet or fraud
Magazine units - 693
Russell Miller / John Tidmarsh
Loose tubes
Magazine units - 693
Sara Jane Hall
A star is born!
Magazine units - 693
Martin Redfern / Ian Shelton
The gosh factor
Magazine units - 693
Martin Redfern / Paul Murdin
Nobel prize for physics 1987
Magazine units - 693
Professor Cohen
Masness - Through the eyes of a madman
Magazine units - 693
Dr Colin Brewer / Geoff Watts
Deep sea fish
Magazine units - 693
Slun Lewis / Dr Martin Angel
Music behind the scenes
Magazine units - 694
Music behind the scenes
Magazine units - 694
About face
Magazine units - 694
About face
Magazine units - 694
Amish people - Back to the future
Magazine units - 694
Amish people - Back to the future
Magazine units - 694
Arthur Miller on Marilyn Monroe
Magazine units - 694
Arthur Miller on Marilyn Monroe
Magazine units - 694
Little suckers
Magazine units - 694
Little suckers
Magazine units - 694
Omar Sharif - Passion on the side
Magazine units - 694
Ronnie Ronalde - A whistling boy
Magazine units - 694
Carlo Curley on the organ
Magazine units - 694
L S Lowry - Painter of the people
Magazine units - 694
Spike Milligan reads his own epitaph!
Magazine units - 694
Rupert - the bear facts!
Magazine units - 694
GENERAL: Sex and the best selling novel
Magazine units - 708
Jenni Murray / Sally Beauman
To Russia by train
Magazine units - 708
Alison Coultard
Smelling Napoleon
Magazine units - 708
Paul Martin-Davis / Barry Gibson
GENERAL: The AIDS survivors
Magazine units - 708
Jonathan Charles
Good wood
Magazine units - 708
Sarah Jane Hall / Simon Counsell
Near death experience
Magazine units - 708
Rick Wells
Lonely hearts in the computer age
Magazine units - 708
Liz Jenson
CHRISTMAS: Humbug! The story behind a Christmas carol
Magazine units - 710
Brian Sibley
Carols at Christmas
Magazine units - 710
Gill Birchall / Hugh Keayte
Letter to Santa
Magazine units - 710
Trish Williams / Lars Cortzen
Images of the Nativity
Magazine units - 710
Collin Wiggins / Margaret Horsefieldq
Messiah at Christmas
Magazine units - 710
Chris Loosemore
Christmas Bible reading - Isaiah, chapter 9
Magazine units - 710
Wendy Craig
Christmas Bible reading - Luke, chapter 2
Magazine units - 710
Thora Hird
What was the Christmas Star?
Magazine units - 710
Dr. David Hughes / Geoff Watts
GENERAL: Brain size
Magazine units - 710
John Dunn / Dr. Tony Smith
War games for grown ups!
Magazine units - 710
Andy Bell
Tutankhamen's tombfellows
Magazine units - 710
Lionel Kellaway / Ken Thomas
Indonesian experience
Magazine units - 712
George Monbiot / Jessica Holm
Understanding disability
Magazine units - 712
Mary Anne Grant / Julia Eisner
Betjeman
Magazine units - 712
Bevis Hiller / Alistair Lack
U. F. O. controversy
Magazine units - 712
Janice Long / Heather Cooper
Working mums
Magazine units - 712
Dr. Sirgay Sanger / Jenni Murray
Susan Howatch - Bestseller!
Magazine units - 712
Susan Howatch / Michael Aspel
Seal sanctuary
Magazine units - 712
Brenda Giles / Jeremy Hayes
Hollywood history
Magazine units - 712
John Dunn / George Macdonald Frazer
Down's syndrome
Magazine units - 712
Rex Brinkworth / Sally Jones
Microlight flight
Magazine units - 712
Christina Dodwell / Jenni Murray
Aphrodisiacs
Magazine units - 712
Hugh Sykes / Dr. Peter Taberner
South American expedition
Magazine units - 712
Adrian Barnett / Jessica Holm
Beach research
Magazine units - 712
Dr. Geoffrey Beattie / David Lomax
The deadly effect of the Sun
Magazine units - 714
Professor Ronald Marks / Louise Bates
Women divers of Cheju
Magazine units - 714
Jonathan Birchall
Malaria - The persistent disease
Magazine units - 714
Janice Long / John Newell
Gerald Scarfe
Magazine units - 714
Gerald Scarfe / Frances Donelly
Acrobatics for everyone - Circus Works
Magazine units - 714
Mike Bullen / Circus Works
Chemical weapons
Magazine units - 714
Dr. Alistair Hay
The sound of Old England
Magazine units - 714
Dr. J C Wells / Sarah Dunant
Roger McGough - Popular poet
Magazine units - 714
Roger McGough / Brian Matthew
Madonna of Medjugorje
Magazine units - 714
Mary Craig / John Dunn
Stammering
Magazine units - 714
Dilly Barlow / Lena Rustin
Drug bust
Magazine units - 714
Sean Maffet / Paul Sinclair
Didgeridoo demonstration
Magazine units - 714
John Wilson / Graham Wiggins
Unknown magazine tracks
Magazine units - 715
Unknown magazine tracks
Magazine units - 715
Yes, Prime Minister - For real!
Magazine units - 717
Nigel Hawthorne / Margaret Thatcher
Fabulous fakes
Magazine units - 717
John Dunn / Vivienne Becker
Peter Donohoe - Prizewinning pianist
Magazine units - 717
Peter Donohoe / Sue Lawley
Cactus concert
Magazine units - 717
John Cage / Fergus Keeling
Seal navigation
Magazine units - 717
Dr Mike Fedak / John Mills
North to the pole
Magazine units - 717
Richard Carrington / Will Steger
Britain's no 1 male stripper
Magazine units - 717
Craig Charles
Tales from the micro world
Magazine units - 717
Pat Wiltshire / Fergus Keeling
The danger of trace metals
Magazine units - 717
John Newell / John Thomson
Planning Britain's wind farms
Magazine units - 717
Jean Palutikov / John Mills
When man began to cook
Magazine units - 717
Peter Evans / Dr Peter Moore / Dr Steve Jones
Is work driving you mad?
Magazine units - 717
Dr Graham Lucas / Janet Davy
Stress and infertility
Magazine units - 717
Pat Rowe
Strands of hair
Magazine units - 717
Peter France / Pat Morris
Unknown magazine tracks
Magazine units - 719
Unknown magazine tracks
Magazine units - 719
The Ragman's son - Kirk Douglas
Magazine units - 720
Kirk Douglad / Gloria Hunniford
John Weston - Bagpipe maker
Magazine units - 720
John Weston / Jeanine McMullen
The last days of Hitler - Hugh Trevor-Roper
Magazine units - 720
Hugh Trevor-Roper / Sue Lawley
Interpreters at the European Parliament
Magazine units - 720
Francis Hallawell / Olive Rayner
George Bernard Shaw's biographer
Magazine units - 720
Michael Holroyd / Chris Searle
The ma who talks backwards
Magazine units - 720
David Fuhrer / John Dunn
By Royal appointment - Lord Lichfield
Magazine units - 720
Lord Lichfield / Hugh Sykes
Images of disaster - Mohamed Amin
Magazine units - 720
Mohamed Amin / John Tidmarsh
Bophal - The lessons of a tragedy
Magazine units - 720
Sanjey Hazarika / Barbara Myers
Gerald Durrell - Conservationist
Magazine units - 720
Gerald Durrell / Robert Booth
117 days afloat
Magazine units - 720
Marilyn Maurice Bailey / Dennis Skillicorn
Moody on Fagin
Magazine units - 720
Ron Moody's / John Dunn
GENERAL: Donald Sinden's voice
Magazine units - 721
Donald Sinden / John Dunn
R. I. P. L. P.?
Magazine units - 721
David Dalton / Colin Hamilton
Criticising the critics
Magazine units - 721
Michael Winner / Mike Bullen
Hijack school
Magazine units - 721
Jonathon Charles
Blind theatre
Magazine units - 721
Richard Quest
Parrot with a house for sale!
Magazine units - 721
Jan and John Saunder / Dennis Skillicorn
SCIENCE: Robots on the brain
Magazine units - 721
Dr. Patrick Finlay / Paul Bradshaw
Cleaning up with Crown Ethers
Magazine units - 721
Lionel Milgrom / John Dunn
Don't mix foods that fight
Magazine units - 721
Doris Grant / Janet Davey
The man of your dreams
Magazine units - 721
Dr. Peter Fenwick / John Waite
Salt - Not the villain it was thought to be?
Magazine units - 721
Professor Geoffrey Rose / Barbara Myers
Doctor in the past
Magazine units - 721
Ralph Jackson / Colin Hamilton
Circle mystery
Magazine units - 721
Dianne Kenny
Guitar - The 20th Century box
Guitar: The 20th Century box / Trained to perfection
Robert Sandall
Trained to perfection
Guitar: The 20th Century box / Trained to perfection
Geoff Watts
GENERAL: Is there a doctor on board?
Magazine units - 722
Dr. Nigel Roberts / Gloria Hunniford
Warrior Queens
Magazine units - 722
Antonia Fraser / John Dunn
Blind school
Magazine units - 722
Peter White
Fatal snoring syndrome
Magazine units - 722
Professor Malcolm Wilkins / Fergus Keeling
Fatal snoring syndrome
Magazine units - 722
Dr. Neil Douglas / Chris Serle
GENERAL: Women business travellers
Magazine units - 723
Sally Jackson / Sara Jane Hall
Goodbye Morse Code
Magazine units - 723
Andy Roberts
Marriage and murder
Magazine units - 723
John Wilson / Norman Dahl
The terminator
Magazine units - 723
Ted Simpson / John Tidmarsh
Dog domination
Magazine units - 723
Dr. James Serpell / Chris Searle
AIDS and nutrition
Magazine units - 723
David Bridle
Yuppy Buddhism
Magazine units - 724
Isobel Wolff
New treatment for Amnesia
Magazine units - 724
Dr. Alan Parkin / Chris Searle
Fully automated home
Magazine units - 724
Colin Blake / Helen Lloyd
The dictionary of differences
Magazine units - 724
Professor Urdang / John Tidmarsh
Galapagos tortoise
Magazine units - 724
Linda Cayoq / Fergus Keeling
DISABLED: Reading machine for the blind
Magazine units - 724
Colin Hamilton / Maggie Birchall / Julia Schofield
Blind hitch-hiking
Magazine units - 724
Peter White
B. I. R. D. centre
Magazine units - 724
Noreen Bray
Damon Brady - King's Cross survivor
Magazine units - 724
Damon Brady / Annie Bristow
The difficulties of the deaf
Magazine units - 724
Lesley Jones / Jenni Murray
Nabil Shaban - Disabled actor
Magazine units - 724
Nabil Shaban / Colin Hamilton
GENERAL: The Archbishop of Canterbury - Soldier and comic
Magazine units - 727
Most Reverend Robert Runcie / Sue Lawley
Interpreting machine
Magazine units - 727
David Powers
After Nessie comes Chessie!
Magazine units - 727
Bert Houston
The power of chanting
Magazine units - 727
Jill Purce / John Dunn
Is there anybody out there?
Magazine units - 727
John Sugar
Dung good grub
Magazine units - 727
Jeremy Cherfas / Dr. David Houston
SCIENCE: The dangers of vitamins
Magazine units - 727
Sheila Dillon / David Mallinson
Pain in the face
Magazine units - 727
Dr. Charlotte Feinmann / Geoff Watts
Multiple exposures
Magazine units - 727
Catherine Cauford / Jenni Murray
The reasons for our dreams
Magazine units - 727
Dr. Morton Schapzman / John Dunn
Conquering stress
Magazine units - 727
Dr. Robert Sharpe / Janet Davey
Boy George - success and failure
Magazine units - 728
Midge Ure's tribute to Phil Lynott
Magazine units - 728
Cynthia Lennon on John and Julian
Magazine units - 728
The beginning of 10cc
Magazine units - 728
Femail singer / songwriters
Magazine units - 728
Heavy 'D' - the rap interview
Magazine units - 728
The history of agony aunts
Magazine units - 728
Francis Ford Coppola - Godfather of the movies
Magazine units - 728
Phobias
Magazine units - 728
The pidgin bible
Magazine units - 728
The extra set
Magazine units - 728
Joseph Wambaugh - L. A. P. D.
Magazine units - 728
Breathing garlic fumes
Magazine units - 728
The Ksalahari bushmen
Magazine units - 730
Sir Laurens van der Post / Barbara Myers
Drop the coin right into the slot
Magazine units - 730
Joe Brown / Chris Pearce
Dr. Erich Segal
Magazine units - 730
Dr. Erich Segal / John Dunn
You'll never get me up in one of those
Magazine units - 730
Sophie Wigram
A liaison with Glenn Close
Magazine units - 730
Glenn Close / Jenni Murray
Tales from the pit
Magazine units - 730
Paul Allen
Tony Curtiss
Magazine units - 730
Tony Curtiss / John Dunn
Rendezvous in Santiago
Magazine units - 730
Jeremy West
They seek him here ...
Magazine units - 730
Ian Hamilton / Frank Delaney
The Forbidden City
Magazine units - 730
James Miles
Fancy a nap?
Magazine units - 730
Mary Pye / John East
Charlie Chaplin - A tribute
Magazine units - 730
Sophie Wigram / Gerry Epstein
Auditioning for the O. E. D.
Magazine units - 731
Mark Handscomb / John Simpson
Undercover in Tibet
Magazine units - 731
Alison Gostling / Sean Maffett
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Magazine units - 731
Celia Imrie / Margaret Forster
Barbie is 30!
Magazine units - 731
Kit Hollerbach
The nature of evil
Magazine units - 731
Isabel Allende / John Butt
Ultra-violet speaks
Magazine units - 735
Ultra Violet / Mary Hockaday
Punk attorney
Magazine units - 735
Andrew Vachss / Colin Hamilton
Life's one big drag
Magazine units - 735
Harvey Fierstein / Margaret Walters
Ten letters, first one 'Q', last one 'J'
Magazine units - 735
John Grant / John Dunn
"War story"
"War story"
GENERAL: Dick Bogarde - Long distance love
Magazine units - 743
Dirk Bogarde / Jenni Murray
Life in a test tube
Magazine units - 743
Professor Robert Edwards / Wendy Austin
Gimme some skin
Magazine units - 743
Dr. David Maxwell / Peter Evans
Theroux the looking glass
Magazine units - 743
Paul Theroux / Nigel Forde
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it a white elephant? (Concorde)
Magazine units - 743
David Learmont / John Tidmarsh
GENERAL: Life in the bus lane
Magazine units - 743
Garrison Keillor / Jenni Murray
Off with his head
Magazine units - 743
Geoff Watts / Noel Dilly
Come into my parlour
Magazine units - 743
Dr. Fritz Vollrath / Fergus Keeling
Judy Collins - All sides now
Magazine units - 743
Judy Collins / Jane Stimpson
This pie tastes odd ...
Magazine units - 743
Dilly Barlow / Richard Sharpe
DISABLED: Down's Syndrome - Softening the blow
Magazine units - 744
Sophie Wigram / Sue Brooks
Disabled people international
Magazine units - 744
John Mills / Joshua Malinga
Returning to the community
Magazine units - 744
Professor Peter Mittler / John Mills
Can you feel it
Magazine units - 744
Sophie Wigram
Good to see you!
Magazine units - 744
Ian Corbett / Dick Oliver
The message in the music
Magazine units - 744
Mark Doyle
GENERAL: John Irving's irritating progeny
Magazine units - 744
John Irving / Nigel Forde
A saucy wench
Magazine units - 744
Unknown
Biological warfare
Magazine units - 744
Wendy Barnaby
A little something for the wife
Magazine units - 744
Barbara Myers / Irving Finkel
Jack Lemmon - The perfect lady
Magazine units - 745
Jack Lennon / Sue Lawley
The shining path to oblivion
Magazine units - 745
Nicholas Shakespeare / John Tidmarsh
Don'cha just love 'em?
Magazine units - 745
Chris Powling
A history of the world in three and a half minutes
Magazine units - 745
Julian Barnes / Nigel Forde
I could think you under the table
Magazine units - 745
Sally Hardcastle / Margaret Boden
If I could talk to the animals
Magazine units - 745
Keith Somerville / Brian Masters
Victoria de Los Angeles
Magazine units - 745
Victoria de Los Angeles / Jenni Murray
Slurp, rinse, taste and spit
Magazine units - 745
Libby Spurrier / Hatden Bradshaw
Greer on children
Magazine units - 745
Germaine Greer / Dr. Anthony Clare
Stuffing for fun and profit
Magazine units - 745
Dylan Winter
Sir Duke (Duke Ellington)
Magazine units - 745
Patricia Willard / John Tidmarsh
Another step nearer the cure ...
Magazine units - 745
Dr. Stephen Brown / John Newell
Def / Deaf
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Anne Tennant / Professor Ted Evans
A talent to amuse
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Sophie Wigram / Ned Sherrin
How to act posh
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Mark Handscomb / Lady Valerie Style
Same difference
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Nicky Barringer / Dr. Nancy Siegal / Profressor Jim Brouchard
Sorcery in suburbia
Magazine units - 747
Jenny Cuffe
Re. The rainbow
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Dr. John Taylor
Helen Suzman - The conscience of South Africa
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Helen Suzman / Jenni Murray
Gender stereotyping - It's all true!
Magazine units - 747
Ann Moir / Barbara Myers
Shelling the Uffizi (World War II)
Magazine units - 747
Roger Clarke
Drinking problem? Only when I can't get a drink
Magazine units - 747
Peter Benchley / Ned Sherrin
Monkey business
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Kati Whitaker / Judie Suzula
It was the butler - 'E done it
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John Brooks
SCIENCE: P63 - The missing link
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Peter Evans / Dr. David Lane
Power to the people
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Stephen Hedges / Rod Scott
Sexy, saintly or just plain sick?
Magazine units - 748
Joan Brumberg / Geoff Watts
How to swallow a sewing machine
Magazine units - 748
Ruth Linton
The mating game
Magazine units - 748
Peter Evans / Pam Wells / Dr. Robin Russell
RU 486 - The "Abortion pill"
Magazine units - 748
Ruth Linton
GENERAL: Amis Pere et Fils - In public and private
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Paul Vaughan / Kingsley Smis
Greenery through the ages
Magazine units - 748
Bob Waller
Elephantspeak
Magazine units - 748
Cynthia Moss / Fergus Keeling
The world's agony aunt
Magazine units - 748
Oprah Winfrey / Jenni Murray
Maya
Magazine units - 748
Ronald Wright / Sean Maffett
Vaclav Havel - The playwright as President
Magazine units - 749
Vaclav Havel
Vaclav Havel - The playwright as President -
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Peter Casterton / Karel Kyncel / Barbara Myers
Praise The Lord and pass your chargecard
Magazine units - 749
Douglas Kennedy / John Tidmarsh
It's hard work being spontaneous
Magazine units - 749
Barry Cunliffe / David Cannadine
WB Yeats remembered
Magazine units - 749
Anne Yeats
This one will run and run ...
Magazine units - 749
Christopher Bigsby / Juliet Stevenson / Sheila Hancock
That's the surgeon?
Magazine units - 749
Dr. Patrick Finlay / Geoff Watts
Mere Wimsey or hard fact?
Magazine units - 749
Joanne Watson / Professor Leslioe Knight
Electrocution / Gassing / Hanging / Lethal injection ...
Magazine units - 749
Mandy Bath / Clive Stafford-Smith
The world accordin' to my accordion
Magazine units - 749
Jeremy Sams
Blood and gore and ... Enid Blyton?
Magazine units - 749
James Herbert / Nigel Forde
Barry's behind
Magazine units - 749
Fred and Judy Vermorel / Barbara Myers
A replacement for the secretary?
Magazine units - 749
Dr. Roger Moore / Andrew Dunn
Digital for beginners
Magazine units - 752
Georgina Ferry / Barry Fox
Shakin' all over
Magazine units - 752
Laura Garwin / Bill Elsworth
Pull the other one!
Magazine units - 752
Dr. Susan Blackmore / James Randy / Richard Wiseman
On yer bike
Magazine units - 752
Dr. Andrew Coates / David Bellan
Smoker or slob?
Magazine units - 752
John Newell / Professor Gerald Shaper
The "Yuppie' flu"
Magazine units - 752
John Tidmarsh / Dr. David Smith / Alan McKormick / Julian Duplain
The soft machine
Magazine units - 752
Dr. Simon Jones / Peter Evans
Miss Peggy Lee
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Peggy Lee / Nigel Forde
Let the four winds blow
Magazine units - 752
Draig Sands / Jean Snedegar
A nasty nibble
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Valerie Taylor / Ned Sherrin
Choc-oholics
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Katherine Griffin / Helge Rubinstein
The colours black and white
Magazine units - 752
Christopher Bigsby / Alice Walker
The Sun - giver of light, heat and ... flu?
Magazine units - 752
Professor Sir Fred Hoyle / John Wilson
Pop, rap, or what? (Side 1 of 2)
Pop, rap, or what? / So you wanna be a rock 'n' roll star?
So you wanna be a rock 'n' roll star? (Side 1 of 2)
Pop, rap, or what? / So you wanna be a rock 'n' roll star?
Glenda Jackson - Let's get physical
Magazine units - 754
Glenda Jackson / Christopher Cook
When worlds collide
Magazine units - 754
Alun Lewis / Professor David Hughes
All tanked up and nowhere to go
Magazine units - 754
Jean Snedegar
Gris gris gumbo ya ya
Magazine units - 754
Andy Kershaw / Ned Sherrin
A clockwork orange - Clocking in again
Magazine units - 754
Anthony Burgess / John Tidmarsh
To be-hee or not to be ha ha ha ha!
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Veronica Cecil
You're my obsession
Magazine units - 754
Barbara Myers / Dr. David Enoch / Louisa Saunders
I go ape
Magazine units - 754
Peter Elliott / Jessica Holm
Martha Gellhorn - Living on the frontline
Magazine units - 754
Martha Gellhorn / Nigel Forde
GENERAL: President Mikhail Gorbachev
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President Mikhail Gorbachev
President Mikhail Gorbachev
Magazine units - 757
Barbara Myers / Zhores Medvedev
Cry havoc, and let slip the Doggies in the window
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John Walters / Ned Sherrin
Vanessa Redgrave - The stage as platform
Magazine units - 757
Vanessa Redgrave / Jenni Murray
$48 thrill
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George Bennett
Faking it
Magazine units - 757
Mike Cowell / Peter Evans / Dr. Paul Craddock
10 into 1 does go
Magazine units - 757
"Katie"
GENERAL: Jackie Mason - Laughing at the world
Magazine units - 757
Jackie Mason / Barbara Myers
Old Vic - An affectionate portrait
Magazine units - 757
Sir Victor Pritchett / Nigel Forde
Snorting on the job
Magazine units - 757
Richard Quest
Behaving badly
Magazine units - 757
Jonathan Hewat
A concise history of South Africa
Magazine units - 758
John Miller
"A harmless drudge"
Magazine units - 758
Edmund Viner / John Dunn
Edith Sitwell - Behind the facade
Magazine units - 758
Victoria Glendinning / Jenni Murray
"I am not as other men" (Emperor Napoleon)
Magazine units - 758
Major General Frank Richardson
What's up doc?
Magazine units - 758
Geoff Watts / Dr. Tim de Dombal
Bruno Bettelheim's problem children
Magazine units - 758
Bruno Bettelheim / Frances Donnelly
Lou Reed - Songs for Drella (The Velvet Underground)
Magazine units - 765
Lou Reed / Richard Skinner
Lou Reed - Songs for Drella (The Velvet Underground)
Magazine units - 765
Lou Reed / Richard Skinner
All men are liars (and that's the truth)
Magazine units - 765
Nick Lowe / Richard Skinner
Van the man (Van Morrison)
Magazine units - 765
Paul Jones / Van Morrison
In the moog
Magazine units - 765
Nick Magnus / Toyah Willcox
Fleetwood Mac and the new kids on the block
Magazine units - 765
Richard Skinner / Billy Burnette / Mick Fleetwood
Fleetwood Mac and the new kids on the block
Magazine units - 765
Richard Skinner / Billy Burnette / Mick Fleetwood
Live Squeeze
Magazine units - 765
Chris Difford / Glenn Tilbrook
Phil Collins in mercy dash drama
Magazine units - 765
Phil Collins / Mike Read
The naked pygmy voles?
Magazine units - 765
John Walters / Martin Wainwright / John Peel
They might be giants - But the again ... (John Flansburgh and John Linnell)
Magazine units - 765
John Flansburgh and John Linnell / Richard Skinner
The man who shot Gene Kelly
Magazine units - 767
The man who shot Gene Kelly
Magazine units - 767
Much to your deloitte
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Much to your deloitte
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Light at the end of the tunnel
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Light at the end of the tunnel
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Spreading the word
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Spreading the word
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No flies on him
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No flies on him
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Vikki Carr - big in South America
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Vikki Carr - big in South America
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Confucius say ...
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Confucius say ...
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Falling on deaf ears
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Falling on deaf ears
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The rise and fall of Marcus Garvey
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Green sex in Brazil
Magazine units - 767
Meanwhile, back in the rain-forests
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FOOD: Chips au chocolat
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Martin Plimmer / Michael McGuinness
How to make tomato sauce
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Ric Tramonto / Kathleen Griffin
The ubiquitous tuber
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Nick Rankin / Professor Jack Hawkes
Bring out the bran
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Geoff Watts / Professor David Southgate
Oh my darling clementine
Magazine units - 768
Tessa Shaw / Dee McQuillan / Roger Garber
We are what we eat
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Jane Ray / Stan Aspinall
For the mature woman
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Joanne Dainton / Jenni Myrray
In the dentist's chair
Magazine units - 768
Suzy Barnes / Clare Denny / Cheryl Armitage
Seagulls that are positively pink
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John Sparks / Michael Scott
An end to short-sight
Magazine units - 768
Colin Blakemore / Geoff Watts
A pub with no beer
Magazine units - 768
Mark Handscomb
My beautiful balloon
Magazine units - 769
Trish Watkins / Wendy Austin
Absinthe without leave
Magazine units - 769
John Dunn / Simon Hesketh
Why birds don't need microphones
Magazine units - 769
Peter Evans / Dr. Steve Jones / Professor Noel Dilly / Sheila Anderson
Play it again, RAM
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Dr. Michael Greenhough / Susan Watts
Lost in the dust
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Professor Andrew Goudie / Alun Lewis
Women and pipes
Magazine units - 769
Mike Butler
Laxative abuse
Magazine units - 769
Jane Langdon-Davies
The story of Marie Curie
Magazine units - 769
Brian Roberts-Wray / Neil Curry
Smile, Mr. Crocodile
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Daryl Curtis / David Ball
A terrible statistic
Magazine units - 769
Jan Burgess
The global greenhouse
Magazine units - 769
Dr. Eric Voice / Professor Peter Wilson / Alun Lewis
MEDICAL: That's life, I'm afraid
Magazine units - 772
Louis Appleby
Of seaweed and skin grafts
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Lynne Plummer / Professor Angus McGrowther
Six Cs and an O
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Donald Norfolk / Barbara Myers
The Chronobra
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Professor Hugh Simpson / Alison Bell
No hugely hugger-mugger hugs here
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Sylvia Horn / John Horder
Controlling addiction
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Jenni Murray / Dr. Betty Tylden / Steve Hassan
The Marquis de Sade
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Kathleen Griffin / Margaret Crosland
Do not adjust your elephant
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Mark Reid
The three dimensions of London
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Leonie Glass / Barbara Myers
Impure atom spotting for beginners
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Alun Lewis / Professor Colin Grey Morgan
Messages from the deep
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Dr. Roderick Peters / John Thompson
No sex please, it's Erica Jong
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Erica Jong / Jenni Murray
A revolutionary engine
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Michael Rodrigues / David Bellan
Exposed to the harsh African Sun
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Libby Purves / Angela Fisher
When the bandages comes off ...
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Dr. Edmund Tapp / John Tidmarsh
Sex, violence and Hollywood
Magazine units - 780
William K. Everson / Sheila Johnson / Kathleen Griffin
Sex, violence and Hollywood
Magazine units - 780
William K. Everson
SFX
Magazine units - 780
Sue Nelson / Brian Johnson
The glory years of MGM
Magazine units - 780
Ann Rutherford / Jenni Murray
Organs from the deep
Magazine units - 780
Victoria Mather / Les Rawle / Ena Baga
The end of MGM
Magazine units - 780
Barbara Myers / Peter Bart
Cure by crystal
Magazine units - 780
Margaret Anne Livingstone / Della Drees
A breath of fresh air
Magazine units - 780
Garragan / Miller / Brian Hayes
Frank Sumatra
Magazine units - 780
Tim Malyon
It's like, free, man
Magazine units - 780
John Thompson
In search of paradise
Magazine units - 780
Kerry Brown / Richard Heinberg / Margaret Horsfield
The sinking of the Titanic
The sinking of the Titanic / Trial by enquiry - The other ship (Part 1 of 2) / You can't think of everything (Part 1 of 2)
Unknown
The wedding of Prince Charles 29.7.81
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
Robert Alexander Runcie (Archbishop of Canterbury)
First Christmas day message from Sandringham
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
H. M. King George V
Excerpt from BBC covers the World, Hornepayne, N. Ontario 18.11.47
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
Cecil McIntyre
Speech from Reichstag
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
Adolf Hitler
Excerpt from BBC Broadcast 'Causes of war'
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
Winston Churchill
Excerpt from speech at the Lord Mayor's banquet 9.11.37
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
Neville Chamberlain
Opening of the Arabic service
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
Various
Extract from the LBC programme on Bush House 24.10.81
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
Gerald Mansell
Lillie Marlene
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
Ann Shelton
Air raid siren - All clear
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
Various
Radio jamming
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
Various
Former head of BBC's Russian service
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
Alexander Leiven
Vivat Regina
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
Various
Queen's Jubilee 1977. Extract from speech at London's Guildhall 7.6.77
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
H. M. Queen Elizabeth II
Introduction only to '24 hours'
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
Vaious
Letter from a Chinese listener (partly in Mandarin)
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
Vincent Shui
Postscript by the BBC's External Services Managing Director
This is London - 50 years of the BBC
Douglas Muggeridge
"On the move"
The Pallisers en andere melodieen van bekende televisie-series
Roy Tempest
The astronauts
Through a glass darkly
The Celts
Enya
Aldebaran (Dedicated to Ridley Scott)
Enya
I want tomorrow
Enya
March of the Celts
Enya
Deireadh an tuath
Enya
The sun in the stream
Enya
To go beyond (I)
Enya
Fairytale
Enya
Epona
Enya
Triad - St. Patrick / Cu Chulainn / Oisin
Enya
Enya
Portrait
Enya
Boadicea
Enya
Bard dance
Enya
Dan y dr
Enya
To go beyond (II)
Enya
The astronauts
Through a glass darkly
Peter Howell
The living planet (Theme from the series)
The living planet
Elizabeth Parker / BBC Radiophonic Workshop
New worlds (Closing theme from the series)
The living planet
Elizabeth Parker / BBC Radiophonic Workshop
The living planet (Theme from the series)
The living planet
Elizabeth Parker / BBC Radiophonic Workshop
New worlds (Closing theme from the series)
The living planet
Elizabeth Parker / BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Lascaux
Soundhouse
Peter Howell
Rallyman
Soundhouse
Roger Limb
Believe it or not
Soundhouse
Malcolm Clarke
Tomorrow's world
BBC Radiophonic Workshop
John Baker
Tomorrow's world
BBC Radiophonic Workshop
John Baker
The astronauts
Through a glass darkly
Spare Parts Retrospective Part 1
Doctor Who - Spare parts
Marc Platt
Spare Parts Retrospective Part 2
Doctor Who - Spare parts
Marc Platt
Tom Baker in his own words - Side 1
The Tom Baker record collection
Tom Baker in his own words - Side 2
The Tom Baker record collection
The Trojan theme
Telly hits
BBC Northern Singers
Voyage of the heroes
Telly hits
Howard Davidson
Dick Strout interview with Jonathan Harris (1966)
Lost in space - Record Store Day 2022
Dick Strout interview with Guy Williams and June Lockhart (1966)
Lost in space - Record Store Day 2022
Interview with Irwin Allen (1985)
Lost in space - Record Store Day 2022
Tomorrow's world
BBC Radiophonic music
John Baker
The Celts
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Aldebaran
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
I want tomorrow
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
March of the Celts
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Deireadh an tuath
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
The sun in the stream
The Celts
Enya
To go beyond (I)
The Celts
Enya
Fairytale
The Celts
Enya
Epona
The Celts
Enya
Triad - St. Patrick / Cu Chulainn / Oisin
The Celts
Enya
Portrait
The Celts
Enya
Boadicea
The Celts
Enya
Bard dance
The Celts
Enya
Dan Y Dwr
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
To to beyond (II)
The Celts
Enya
B'breath (Theme from discoveries underwater)
Discoveries underwater
Howard J. Davidson
Panarea
Discoveries underwater
Howard J. Davidson
(As a mark of respect) No one shall enter the ship
Discoveries underwater
Howard J. Davidson
Aqua sub aqua
Discoveries underwater
Howard J. Davidson
Isle royal
Discoveries underwater
Howard J. Davidson
Atocha
Discoveries underwater
Howard J. Davidson
Truk lagoon
Discoveries underwater
Howard J. Davidson
The great rift
The World of BBC TV themes
Peter Howell
Victorian kitchen garden
The World of BBC TV themes
Paul Reade featuring Emma Johnson
Atlantic realm
The World of BBC TV themes
Clannad
The Celts
The World of BBC TV themes
Enya
Time after time (Animal squad)
The World of BBC TV themes
Barbara Dickson
Atlantic realm
Atlantic realm
Clannad
Tomorrow's world signature tune (untreated)
Essential hi tech sound effects
Paul Hart / Joe Campbell
Tomorrow's world signature tune (treated)
Essential hi tech sound effects
Paul Hart / Joe Campbell
Dialogue - Talking about Franco
Under African skies
Ray Mena
Aminateurs welcoming VIPs on Independence Day 1989, Kinshasa
Under African skies
Dialogue - Music class St Joseph's School
Under African skies
Chichuwasha
Adolf Hitler in Danzig ... "I am aware of the greatness of this hour" 1.9.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
The Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain ... "this country is at war with Germany" 3.9.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
Lionel Marson announces the closing of places of entertainment 3.9.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
... and as evacuation begins is pleased to see that the services "are playing their part splendidly" 1.9.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
S. J. de Lotbiniere describes the scene at Waterloo Station as London children are evacuated 1.9.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
Princess Elizabeth, aged 14, sends a message to the children of Great Britain 13.10.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
An evacuee, breathless with news, reassures hid parents 10.9.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
By a French road Richard Dimbleby watches an Irish regiment move up and finds echoes of the First War ... "the road, the trees, the rain and everlasting beat of feet" 15.10.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
"War has at all times called for the fortitude of women". Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth stresses the vital role of women in this war 11.11.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
Gas mask drill and an Irish Guard shows the nation how to hold its breath 8.3.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
First Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Churchill, announces the scuttling of the Graf Spee 18.12.39
The second World war 1939 -1945
The phoney war ends as Alvar Lidell gives news of the German invasion of Denmark and Norway 9.4.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Ed Morrow witnesses the dramatic 'no confidence' debate in the Commons 8.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Chamberlain resigns ... "my duty is plain" 10.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Churchill makes his first broadcast as Prime Minister ... "one bond unites us all, to wage war until victory is won" 19.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Blitzkrieg begins - Alvar Lidell announces the invasion of Holland and Belgium 10.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Bernard Stubbs watches British troops advance into Belgium to meet the German army 13.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Charles Gardner describes Allied attempts to hold up the German advance north of Antwerp 14.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Sir Anthony Eden, Secretary of State for War, appeals for men to join the Local Defence Volunteers - The Home Guard 14.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Bernard Stubbs sees the weary Allied troops coming ashore in England from Dunkirk 31.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
J. B. Priestley finds the epic of Dunkirk typically British ... "so absurd, yet so grand and gallant" 5.6.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Bernard Stubbs watches trains full of silent troops as the B. E. F. come home 31.5.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Churchill prepares the nation for the Battle of Britain ... "men will still say, this was their finest hour" 18.6.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Charles Gardner provides a sporty commentary on a dog-fight, even supplying his own sound effects 14.7.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Robin Duff watches as a convoy is attacked off Dover 22.8.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Alvar Lidell reads the news at the climax of the Battle of Britain ... "175 German aircraft destroyed", later a much disputed figure 15.9.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Churchill pays tribute to 'the few' 20.8.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Ed Murrow, standing on the steps of St. Martin in the Fields, watches London cope with the blackout during the blitz 24.8
The second World war 1939 -1945
Robin Duff sees the City of London burn and St. Paul's "untouched in the very centre of all this destruction" 20.12.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Herbert Morrison, Minister of Home Security, appeals for firefighters to beat the incendiary menace 31.12.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Emergency services go into action in London during the blitz Oct / Nov 1940
The second World war 1939 -1945
After the raid on Coventry, Ministry of Information loudspeaker vans advise people on health hazzards 15.11.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
The Provost, the Very Reverend R. T. Howard, wearily describes his attempt to save Coventry's Cathedral from incendiary bombs ... "When men suffer, God suffers also" 15.11.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
News of the air and sea war and from the Russian Front as 1941 progresses. Best of all is the news that cooked bacon is coming off ration. Bulletins read by Bruce Belface (5.1.41), Alan Howland (10.1.41), and Frank Phillips (5.9.41)
The second World war 1939 -1945
German radio announces the sinking of H. M. S. Hood 24.5.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
First Sea Lord, A. V. Alexander, gives news of the Navy's riposte, the sinking of the Bismarck 31.5.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
An excited Robert Dougall, with a convoy in the Atlantic, describes an attack by German bombers 11.11.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
Churchill denounces Hitler as a "bloody thirsty guttersnipe" as Germany invades Russia 22.6.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
Alvar Lidell gives the news of a massive air-raid on Berlin 8.9.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
... in a Lancaster bomber over Berlin the air crew coolly perform their duties
The second World war 1939 -1945
The Japanese enter the war by attacking Pearl Harbour; Alvar Lidell with the news 7.12.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
Albert Lee Warner in Washington describes American reaction to Pearl Harbour 7.12.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
President Roosevelt expresses American determination 8.12.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
Wilfred Pickles gives news of the war developments in the Far East 8.12.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
In Washington Churchill addresses Congress on Japanese aggression ... "what kind of a people do they think we are?" 26.12.41
The second World war 1939 -1945
Giles Playfair describes the last eerie days in Singapour before its fall 15.2.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
Captain William Graves describes the inferno of the Battle of Midway 4.6.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
At El Alamein General Montgomery meticulously describes the battle to come and promises the Eighth Army that this time they will "finish with this chap Rommel once and for all" Oct. 1942
The second World war 1939 -1945
Godfrey Talbot watches British tanks move into battle 2.11.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
The barrage at El Alamein begins 1.11.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
Bruce Belfrage reads "some excellent news" from El Alamein 4.11.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
Victory bells ring in Tobruk 15.11.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
Godfrey Talbot describes Christmas in the desert with the Eighth Army 19.12.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
On the home front the Radio Doctor offers advice on Christmas Day over-indulgence 26.12.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
Freddie Grisewood suggests ways of saving fuel in the kitchen 17.8.42
The second World war 1939 -1945
Lord Haw-Haw (William Joyce) with one of his more eccentric propaganda stories on British women and their hats 27.2.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Robin Duff samples life in a typical London air-raid shelter 5.10.40
The second World war 1939 -1945
Audrey Russell talks to the shocked survivor of an air-raid which buried her under the wreckage of her house Nov. 1944
The second World war 1939 -1945
Robert Robinson reads the news of the defeat of the Germans at Starlingrad 3.2.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
Paul Winterton pays tribute to the courage and fortitude of the Russians in Starlingrad 9.2.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
Commander Anthony Kimmins sees the preparation of men and ships for the Allied invasion of Sicily 22.6.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
Maurice Shillington announces news of the resignation of Mussolini 25.7.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
General Patton enters Messina after its capture. Introduced by Garry Marsh 17.8.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
Frank Gillard introduces the town band of Lentini in Sicily which plays a distinctive 'God Save the King' 22.8.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
General Montgomery announces Allied landings on the Italian mainland ... "Let us knock Italy out of the war" 3.9.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
Marshal Badoglio proclaims the Italian capitulation to the Allies 8.9.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
Italy declares war on Germany; news bulletin read by Freddie Grisewood 13.10.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
News of the leaders of the Great Powers meeting in Teheran given by Freddie Grisewood 6.12.43
The second World war 1939 -1945
A night raid on the Anzio beach-head described by Wynford Vaughan-Thomas 26.1.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
During four months on the beach-head at Anzio the Allies make themselves at home, as Wynford Vaughan-Thomas reports 20.4.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Winston Churchill celebrates Allied victories and looks forward to the ending of "the cruellest tyranny which has ever sought to bar the progress of mankind" 26.3.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Godfrey Talbot surveys Monte Cassino as Polish troops raise their flag over the ruined monastery 17.5.
The second World war 1939 -1945
Rome welcomes the Allies 5.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Godfrey Talbot sees Allied troops on Mussolini's balcony in the Piazza Venezia 5.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
"England has become one vast ordnance dump ... " Frank Gillard describes the build-up of men and material as D-Day approaches 4.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Robin Duff on board a sealed troopship as the invasion forces are told where and when D-Day will take place 3.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Richard Dimbleby watches the airborne troops take off 5.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Robin Duff on board ship mid-Channel with the men "wondering, waiting and listening" 6.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
"D-Day has come" and John Snagge gives the news 6.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
"This is the day and this is the hour ... " Colin Wills prepares to land with the infantry 6.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Chester Wilmot crosses the Channel in a glider with the airborne forces 6.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Guy Byam parachutes into France with the airborne troops
The second World war 1939 -1945
General Eisenhower broadcasts to the people of Western Europe ... "The hour of your liberation is approaching" 6.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Alan Melville sees Allied paratroopers dropping to support the beach-head 6.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Chester Wilmot watches Allied gliders brave the German flak as they come in to land 6.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Frank Gillard takes cover in a Normandy cornfield as German shells whistle overhead 17.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Michael Standing sees French civilians cope with the Allied invasion 8.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Alan Melville tells the story of the Hermanville-sur-Mer church bells as they ring to celebrate liberation 14.6.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Bill Herbert watches Allied aircraft bomb Caen before the infantry go in 8.7.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Richard Wessell reads the news "Paris has been liberated" 23.8.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Parisians celebrate with the 'Marseillaise' 25.8.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Robert Reid describes the scene in Paris ... "People mad with joy" 25.8.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
German snipers fire on de Gaulle as he enters Notre Dame. Robert Reid watches as the General studiously ignores them 26.8.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
On the road into Brussels Chester Wilmot sees an armoured column held up by fierce German resistance 3.9.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
John Snagge gives the news of the Allied airborne invasion of Holland 17.9.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Ed Murrow counts the paratroops out as they jump into Holland ... "the whole sky is filled with parachutes" 17.9.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Stanley Maxted, surrounded with the 1st Airborne Division, watches "those lovely supply planes" come in over Arnhem ... "they're such fighters, if only they can get the stuff to fight with" 20.9.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Following the German offensive in the Ardennes, Robert Barr sees the Americans withdraw ... "I never thought this would happen to us" 18.12.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Matthew Halton describes conditions in Holland during the last terrible winter of occupation 19.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
"The Allies are across the Rhine" ... Freddie Grisewood announces the seizing of Remagen bridge by the American First Army 8.3.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Wynford Vaughan-Thomas crosses the Rhine with the 15th Scottish Division 24.3.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Richard Dimbleby crosses the Rhine with "a mighty airbourne army" and encounters fierce German resistance 24.3.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Stanley Maxted goes over the Rhine in a Hamilcar glider with the 6th Airbourne Division and is wounded in the 'doom-like lurch' of the landing 25.3.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Edward Ward describes "the greatest moment of my life", release from Oflag 12B 31.3.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Freddie Grisewood introduces Frank Gillard who announces "the forces of liberation have joined hands" as Riussian and American troops meey at Torgau on the Elbe 25.4.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Richard Dimbleby struggles to remain objective as he describes the scenes in Belsen 19.4.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
"Hitler is dead" ... newsflash read by Stuart Hibberd 1.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Standing in the little village of Lauenberg, Wynford Vaughan-Thomas watches as "the wreckage of the Wehrmacht" streams in to surrender to the Allies 3.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Chester Wilmot, at Field Marshal Montgomery's headquarters, waits for the German High Command to surrender 4.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Field Marshal Montgomery reads the surrender terms at Luneberg Heath 4.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
"Yes, I saw it" ... Thomas Cadett sees General Jodl sign the unconditional surrender at Allied Supreme Headquarters 7.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
John Snagge interrupts programmes to announce VE Day 7.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Howard Marshall, outside Buckingham Palace, joins the crowds "wanting to share this day with the King and Queen" 8.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
The Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, announces the surrender of Germany ... "we may allow ourselves a brief period of rejoicing" 8.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
"I only wish that Franklin D. Roosevelt had lived to witness this day". President Truman expresses a common feeling 8.5.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Lord Mountbatten, Supreme Allied Commander, South East Asia, tells the forces there "we were never really the forgotten front" 24.12.44
The second World war 1939 -1945
Sergeant Richard Mawson lands on Iwo Jima with the U. S. Marines ... "Tojo isn't going to get much use out of this island from here on in" 19.2.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Richard Sharp introduces General Slim who congratulates every man in the Fourteenth Army as the Union Jack is raised over Fort Dufferin at Mandalay 21.3.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
After a period of recuperation, Sergeant Frank Foster describes conditions during the building of the Burma Siam Railway as a prisoner of the Japanese 4.11.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Frank Phillips reads news of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima 6.8.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Group Captain Leonard Cheshire witnesses the dropping of the second atomic bomb on Nagasaki 9.8.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
The Prime Minister, Clement Attlee, announces the surrender of Japan ... "the last of our enemies is laid low" 15.8.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Crowds celebrate VJ Day in London 15.8.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
King George VI speaks to the Empire ... "let us join in thanking Almighty God that war has ended throughout the world" 15.8.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
Wynford Vaughan-Thomas joins the excited crowds in Piccadilly on VJ night 15.8.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
General Douglas MacArthur makes an elegiac broadcast at the end of the war in the Pacific ... "The holy mission has been completed" 1.9.45
The second World war 1939 -1945
1966-1972: A few words for level
The Interview
Memories of the BBC
The Interview
Meeting at the Indica Gallery
The Interview
The end of Beatles tours
The Interview
Two virgins
The Interview
Yoko and the Beatles in 1969
The Interview
An Englishman abroad
The Interview
Having a baby
The Interview
Give peace a chance
The Interview
Live peace in Toronto
The Interview
Wedding album
The Interview
Cold turkey and drugs
The Interview
Lyceum UNICEF benefit
The Interview
Instant karma!
The Interview
John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band
The Interview
The move to New York
The Interview
Power to the people
The Interview
Imagine
The Interview
How do you sleep
The Interview
Deportation case
The Interview
Some time in New York city
The Interview
Woman is the nigger of the World
The Interview
Happy Xmas (War is over)
The Interview
Concept of Plastic Ono Band
The Interview
Time for a break
The Interview
1973-1980: The BBC World Service
The Interview
Mind games
The Interview
The lost weekend
The Interview
Songwriting
The Interview
Five years away from music
The Interview
Working with Elton John
The Interview
#9 dream
The Interview
Working with David Bowie
The Interview
Phil Spector and Harry Nilsson
The Interview
Shaved fish
The Interview
Going 'underground'
The Interview
Househusband
The Interview
Fatherhood with Sean
The Interview
Contract with Geffen
The Interview
Musicians for Double Fantasy
The Interview
Love of British comedy
The Interview
(Just like) Starting over
The Interview
Lyrics
The Interview
A new prolific era
The Interview
Beautiful boy (Darling boy) - Sean
The Interview
I'm losing you
The Interview
Woman
The Interview
New wave, Raggae, Disco
The Interview
A sense of security
The Interview
Thanks
The Interview
Frazer Hines in conversation
Doctor Who - The invasion
Frazer Hines in conversation
Doctor Who - The invasion
Frazer Hines in conversation
Doctor Who - The invasion
Frazer Hines in conversation
Doctor Who - The invasion
Anneke Wills: In conversation
Doctor Who - The tenth planet
BBC Radio information
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CAROLE ANN FORD: Interview part 1
Doctor Who - The reign or terror
CAROLE ANN FORD: Interview part 2
Doctor Who - The reign or terror
BONUS FEATURE: Today - Item on Derbyshire Caves, BBC Radio 4, 14 July 2004
Doctor Who - And the Silurians
CAROLINE JOHN INTERVIEW: Part 1
Doctor Who - And the Silurians
Part 2
Doctor Who - And the Silurians
Part 3
Doctor Who - And the Silurians
Part 4
Doctor Who - And the Silurians
Part 5
Doctor Who - And the Silurians
BONUS FEATURE: Katy Manning interview - Part 1
Doctor Who - The sea devils
BONUS FEATURE: Katy Manning interview - Part 2
Doctor Who - The sea devils
BONUS FEATURE: Janet Fielding interview - Part 1
Doctor Who - Warriors of the deep
Part 2
Doctor Who - Warriors of the deep
Part 3
Doctor Who - Warriors of the deep
Part 4
Doctor Who - Warriors of the deep
Wendy Padbury in conversation
Doctor Who - The Dominators
Wendy Padbury in conversation
Doctor Who - The Dominators
Wendy Padbury in conversation
Doctor Who - The Dominators
Wendy Padbury in conversation
Doctor Who - The Dominators
Wendy Padbury in conversation
Doctor Who - The Dominators
Wendy Padbury in conversation
Doctor Who - The Dominators
Peter Purves interview
Doctor Who - The gunfighters
Peter Purves interview
Doctor Who - The gunfighters
Peter Purves interview
Doctor Who - The gunfighters
Frazer Hines interview
Doctor Who - The Krotons
Newsweek (Whicker's World)
The best of BBC TV's themes
Graham De Wilde
Threshold (Whicher's World closing theme)
The best of BBC TV's themes
Graham De Wilde
The Celts
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Aldebaran
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
I want tomorrow
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
March of the Celts
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Deireadh an tuath
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
The sun in the stream
The Celts
Enya
To go beyond (I)
The Celts
Enya
Fairytale
The Celts
Enya
Epona
The Celts
Enya
Triad - St. Patrick / Cu Chulainn / Oisin
The Celts
Enya
Portrait
The Celts
Enya
Boadicea
The Celts
Enya
Bard dance
The Celts
Enya
Dan Y Dwr
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
To to beyond (II)
The Celts
Enya
The Celts
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Aldebaran
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
I want tomorrow
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
March of the Celts
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Deireadh an tuath
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
The sun in the stream
The Celts
Enya
To go beyond (I)
The Celts
Enya
Fairytale
The Celts
Enya
Epona
The Celts
Enya
Triad - St. Patrick / Cu Chulainn / Oisin
The Celts
Enya
Portrait
The Celts
Enya
Boadicea
The Celts
Enya
Bard dance
The Celts
Enya
Dan Y Dwr
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
To to beyond (II)
The Celts
Enya
The Celts
The Celts
Enya
Aldebaran (Dedicated to Ridley Scott)
The Celts
Enya
I want tomorrow
The Celts
Enya
March of the Celts
The Celts
Enya
Deireadh an tuath
The Celts
Enya
The sun in the stream
The Celts
Enya
To go beyond (I)
The Celts
Enya
Fairytale
The Celts
Enya
Epona
The Celts
Enya
Triad - St. Patrick / Cu Chulainn / Oisin
The Celts
Enya
Portrait
The Celts
Enya
Boadicea
The Celts
Enya
Bard dance
The Celts
Enya
Dan y dr
The Celts
Enya
To go beyond (II)
The Celts
Enya
Children's hospital
World of sound - Favourite themes from BBC television and radio
Debbie Wiseman
I wish I knew (Film night)
World of sound - Favourite themes from BBC television and radio
Greenwich chorus
BBC Radiophonic Workshop - 21
Peter Howell
Lascaux
The soundhouse
Peter Howell
Rallyman
The soundhouse
Roger Limb
Believe it or not
The soundhouse
Malcolm Clarke
Tomorrow's World
The BBC Radiophonic Workshop 1968 - 1978
John Baker
The astronauts
The BBC Radiophonic Workshop 1968 - 1978
Peter Howell
Behind the scenes featuring exclusive interviews with the cast and crew discussing the making of the 'Spoils of war'
Blake's 7 - The spolis of war - 3
Behind the scenes featuring exclusive interviews with the cast and crew discussing the making of the 'Crossfire part 1'
Blake's 7 - Crossfire part 1
Behind the scenes featuring exclusive interviews with the cast and crew discussing the making of the 'Crossfire part 2'
Blake's 7 - Crossfire part 2
Behind the scenes featuring exclusive interviews with the cast and crew discussing the making of the 'Crossfire part 3'
Blake's 7 - Crossfire part 3
Behind the scenes featuring exclusive interviews with the cast and crew discussing the making of the 'The way ahead'
The way ahead
Behind the scenes featuring exclusive interviews with the cast and crew discussing the making of the 'Restoration part 1'
Blake's 7 - Restoration part 1
Behind the scenes featuring exclusive interviews with the cast and crew discussing the making of the 'Restoration part 2'
Blake's 7 - Restoration part 2
DOCTORS TALKING: Peter Davison
Doctor Who - The eighth Doctor adventures
Colin Baker
Doctor Who - The eighth Doctor adventures
Sylvestor McCoy
Doctor Who - The eighth Doctor adventures
Paul McCann
Doctor Who - The eighth Doctor adventures
Pete Murray's open house
Doctor Who - Tom Baker
Pebble Mill at one
Doctor Who - Tom Baker
CD Extras 01 - Interviews
Doctor Who - Zygon hunt
CD Extras 02 - Interviews
Doctor Who - Zygon hunt
CD Extras 03 - Interviews
Doctor Who - Zygon hunt
Johnny's theme (The tonight show)
Television's greatest hits - Volume 1
Paul Anka / Johnny Carson
Syncopated clock (The late late show)
Television's greatest hits - Volume 1
LeRoy Anderson
Entertainment tonight
Television's greatest hits - Volume 3
Michael Mark
Heart of the matter
The best of British television
Justin Nicholls
G. M. T. V.
The best of British television
David Arch
This is your life
The best of British television
Midweek
The a to z of British TV themes - Volume 3
John Scott
The good word (Nationwide)
The a to z of British TV themes - Volume 3
John Scott
Fancy dance (The good word)
The a to z of British TV themes - Volume 3
John Scott
Gala performance (This is your life)
The a to z of British TV themes - Volume 3
Laurie Johnson
Woof!
The a to z of British TV themes - Volume 3
Paul Lewis
The World at war
Great British TV themes
Carl Davis
The Celts
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Albebaran
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
I want tomorrow
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
March of the Celts
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Deireadh an Tuath
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
The sun in the stream
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
To go beyond (I)
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Fairytale
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Epoma
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Triad - St. Patrick / Cu Chulainn / Oigin
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Portrait (Out of the blue)
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Boadicea
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Bard dance
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Dan y Dwr
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
To go beyond (II)
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
The Celts
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Albebaran
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
I want tomorrow
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
March of the Celts
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Deireadh an Tuath
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
The sun in the stream
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
To go beyond (I)
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Fairytale
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Epoma
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Triad - St. Patrick / Cu Chulainn / Oigin
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Portrait (Out of the blue)
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Boadicea
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Bard dance
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Dan y Dwr
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
To go beyond (II)
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
The Celts
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Albebaran
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
I want tomorrow
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
March of the Celts
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Deireadh an Tuath
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
The sun in the stream
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
To go beyond (I)
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Fairytale
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Epoma
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Triad - St. Patrick / Cu Chulainn / Oigin
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Portrait (Out of the blue)
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Boadicea
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Bard dance
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Dan y Dwr
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
To go beyond (II)
The Celts
Enya / Roma Ryan
Episode 1 - New blood
Walking with dinosaurs
Episode 2 - Time of the titans
Walking with dinosaurs
Episode 3 - Cruel sea
Walking with dinosaurs
Episode 4 - Giant of the skies
Walking with dinosaurs
Episode 5 - Spirits of the ice forest
Walking with dinosaurs
Episode 6 - Death of a dynasty
Walking with dinosaurs
The making of walking with dinosaurs
Walking with dinosaurs
Communicate! - BBC education programme of the making of the radio show
The hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy
Launching Red Dwarf
Red dwarf - Series I
Easter egg - The making of Queeg (Cartoon)
Red dwarf - Series II
Did you see?
Doctor Who - Earthshock
Modelling the dead (From 1990 BSB Doctor Who weekend)
Doctor Who - The curse of Fenric
Scene today - Blake's 7 released on BBC Video - Gareth Thomas and Jacqueline Pearce
Blake's 7 - Series 2
Small world - Model spacecraft, Mat Irvine
Blake's 7 - Series 2
Building a better universe - A tribute to Mel Bibby
Red dwarf - Series III
All change - Introduction
Red dwarf - Series III
- Backwards
Red dwarf - Series III
- Marooned
Red dwarf - Series III
- Polymorph
Red dwarf - Series III
- Bodyswap
Red dwarf - Series III
- Timeslides
Red dwarf - Series III
- The last day
Red dwarf - Series III
Trilogy of life - The making of Walking with dinosaurs, beasts and monsters
Walking with monsters
We are the boys ... John Laurie
Dad's army - The complete collection
We are the boys ... John Le Mesurier
Dad's army - The complete collection
We are the boys ... Arthur Low
Dad's army - The complete collection
We are the boys ... Clive Dunn
Dad's army - The complete collection
We are the boys ... Ian Lavender
Dad's army - The complete collection
On tour: With the Dad's Army stage show
Dad's army - The complete collection
Others: Road safety film
Dad's army - The complete collection
Points of view
Doctor Who - The trial of a Time Lord - Parts 1-4 - The mysterious planet
Points of view
Doctor Who - Black Orchid
Christopher Barry - Director
Doctor Who - The creature from the pit
Team Erato (Visual effects team talk about building and operating Erato)
Doctor Who - The creature from the pit
Running from the tax man - The making of The Sun Makers
Doctor Who - The sun makers
The Doctor's composer - Part 2
Doctor Who - The sun makers
Dudley Simpson
Into the wild (The making of The face of evil)
Doctor Who - The face of evil
Various
Tomorrow's times - The Fourth Doctor
Doctor Who - The face of evil
Wendy Padbury
Doctor Who stories - Louise Jameson
Doctor Who - The face of evil
Louise Jameson
Tomorrow's world - Featuring re-colourising episodes
Doctor Who - The Daemons
More than 30 years in the TARDIS
Doctor Who - More than 30 years in the TARDIS
Photo gallery
Doctor Who - More than 30 years in the TARDIS
Riverside story
Doctor Who - More than 30 years in the TARDIS
The show must go on - Making the Greatest Show in the Galaxy
Doctor Who - The greatest show in the galaxy
Tomorrow's times - The Seventh Doctor
Doctor Who - The greatest show in the galaxy
Chronicle - The realms of gold - John Julius Norwich's 1969 retelling the story of the Spanish conquest of Mexico and the Aztecs
Doctor Who - The Aztecs
Doctor Who - The ultimate guide
Doctor Who - The name of the Doctor
Script to screen
Doctor Who - The day of the Doctor
A night with the stars - The science of Doctor Who
Doctor Who - The time of the Doctor
Farewell to Matt Smith
Doctor Who - The time of the Doctor
Extras: Willian Hartnell - The original
Doctor Who - An adventure in space and time
The making of an adventure
Doctor Who - An adventure in space and time
The five(ish) Doctors reboot
Doctor Who - An adventure in space and time
Doctor Who extra
Doctor Who - Series 9, volume 1
Doctor Who extra
Doctor Who - Series 9, volume 1
Doctor Who extra
Doctor Who - Series 9, volume 1
Servants & masters - The making of The Power of the Daleks
Doctor Who - The power of the Daleks
Animating Fury from the deep
Doctor Who - Fury from the deep
The cruel sea - Revisit the locations
Doctor Who - Fury from the deep
The visual effects
Doctor Who - Fury from the deep
Victor Pemberton
Doctor Who - Fury from the deep
Featurettes: Profile - Tom Quinn (Matthew Macfadyen)
[ spooks ]
Creating Spooks - David Wolstencroft
[ spooks ]
Directing ep. 1-2 - Bharat Nalluri
[ spooks ]
Featurettes: Profile - Danny Hunter (David Oyelowo)
[ spooks ]
Profile - Tessa Phillips (Jenny Agutter)
[ spooks ]
Appraisal - Tom Quinn
[ spooks ]
Intelligence report - Jools Siviter
[ spooks ]
The terror question (911)
[ spooks ]
Featurettes: The world of spies
[ spooks ]
The producers - What they do
[ spooks ]
Appraisal - Tessa Phillips
[ spooks ]
Featurettes: Controversy
[ spooks ]2
Creating season 2
[ spooks ]2
Episode one
[ spooks ]2
Cliffhanging
[ spooks ]2
Sam Buxton
[ spooks ]2
Featurettes: Howard Brenton Episode 3
[ spooks ]2
Episode three
[ spooks ]2
Episode four
[ spooks ]2
Ruth Evershed
[ spooks ]2
Featurettes: MI5 USA
[ spooks ]2
Episode five
[ spooks ]2
Episode six
[ spooks ]2
Featurettes: Scoring for Spooks
[ spooks ]2
Episode seven
[ spooks ]2
Episode eight
[ spooks ]2
Rory McGregor
[ spooks ]2
Megan Dodds
[ spooks ]2
Colin Wells
[ spooks ]2
The story conferences
[ spooks ]2
Featurettes: Season 2 writers
[ spooks ]2
Episode nine
[ spooks ]2
Episode ten
[ spooks ]2
Shauna MacDonald
[ spooks ]2
Christine Dale
[ spooks ]2
Nicola Walker
[ spooks ]2
What we did on our holidays
[ spooks ]2
Featurettes: Episode 3.1
[ spooks ]3
Episode 3.2
[ spooks ]3
Director Jonny Campbell
[ spooks ]3
Resolving series 2
[ spooks ]3
Series 3
[ spooks ]3
Featurettes: Episode 3.3
[ spooks ]3
Episode 3.4
[ spooks ]3
Director Cilla Ware
[ spooks ]3
Directing Spooks
[ spooks ]3
Rubert Penry-Jones
[ spooks ]3
Adam Carter
[ spooks ]3
Featurettes: Episode 3.5
[ spooks ]3
Episode 3.6
[ spooks ]3
Writing series 3
[ spooks ]3
Featurettes: Episode 3.7
[ spooks ]3
Episode 3.8
[ spooks ]3
Olga Sosnovska
[ spooks ]3
Fiona Carter
[ spooks ]3
Relating to the real World
[ spooks ]3
Featurettes: Episode 3.9
[ spooks ]3
Episode 3.10
[ spooks ]3
Hellos and goodbyes
[ spooks ]3
Regnum defende - Interview with series producer, Andrew Woodhead
[ spooks ]4
A guide to series 5
[ spooks ]5
The Prisoner companion
The prisoner - Episode 17, Alternative chimes, Prisoner companion
The monster files
Doctor Who - Series 5, volume 4
Doctor Who - The ultimate guide
Doctor Who - The name of the Doctor
Script to screen
Doctor Who - The day of the Doctor
A night with the stars - The science of Doctor Who
Doctor Who - The time of the Doctor
Farewell to Matt Smith
Doctor Who - The time of the Doctor
Extras: Willian Hartnell - The original
Doctor Who - An adventure in space and time
The making of an adventure
Doctor Who - An adventure in space and time
The five(ish) Doctors reboot
Doctor Who - An adventure in space and time
Doctor Who extra - Behind the scenes
Doctor Who - Last Christmas
The Doctor's strange love
Doctor Who - The movie
The wilderness years
Doctor Who - The movie
The making of The Power of the Daleks
Doctor Who - The power of the Daleks
The cruel sea - Surviving fury from the deep
Doctor Who - Fury from the deep
The visual effects - Interview with Peter Day
Doctor Who - Fury from the deep
Interview with Victor Pemberton
Doctor Who - Fury from the deep
Kevin McNally interview
Dad's army - The lost episodes
Robert Bathurst interview
Dad's army - The lost episodes
Kevin Eldon interview
Dad's army - The lost episodes
David Hayman interview
Dad's army - The lost episodes
Matthew Horne interview
Dad's army - The lost episodes
Timothy West interview
Dad's army - The lost episodes
Tom Rosenthal interview
Dad's army - The lost episodes
Making of
[ spooks ] The greater good
Cast and crew interviews - Peter Firth (Sir Harry Pearce)
[ spooks ] The greater good
- Kit Harrington (Will Holloway)
[ spooks ] The greater good
- Elyes Gabel (Wasim)
[ spooks ] The greater good
- Tuppence Middleton (June)
[ spooks ] The greater good
- Tim McInnerny (Oliver Mace)
[ spooks ] The greater good
- Bharat Nalluri (Director)
[ spooks ] The greater good
- Jane Featherstone (Producer)
[ spooks ] The greater good
- Ollie Madden (Producer)
[ spooks ] The greater good
An introduction
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Some basic ideas
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
The building of the Lake District
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Keswick, Castlehead and Friar's Crag
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
The volcanoes of Cat Ghyll
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Excursion to Borrowdale
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
The Skiddaw granite
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Shap granite and its surroundings
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Seathwaite, Gillercombe and Honister
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Carrock Fell area
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
The Cockermouth lavas
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Ennerdale
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Fossils and fossil localities
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Ambleside and Skelgill
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Ashgill, near Coniston
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Identification of rocks
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Identification of minerals
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Glossary of geological terms
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Biblography
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Index
Lakeland geology
E. H. Shackleton
Introduction
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
Chemistry and structure
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
Crystals
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
Optical properties
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
Physical properties
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
Other properties
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
Rock and mineral deposits
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
Species' descriptions: Native elements
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
- Sulphides and sulpho-salts
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
- Oxides
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
- Halides
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
- Carbonates
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
- Nitrates and borates
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
- Sulphates
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
- Phosphates and arsenates
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
- Silicates
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
Further reading
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
Index
Pocket guide to minerals
Andrew Clark
Getting started
Vegetable expert
Dr. D. G. Hessayon
Home-grown vegetables
Vegetable expert
Dr. D. G. Hessayon
Vegetable troubles
Vegetable expert
Dr. D. G. Hessayon
Herbs
Vegetable expert
Dr. D. G. Hessayon
Rarities
Vegetable expert
Dr. D. G. Hessayon
Shop-brought vegetables
Vegetable expert
Dr. D. G. Hessayon
Looking after the crop
Vegetable expert
Dr. D. G. Hessayon
Vegetable index
Vegetable expert
Dr. D. G. Hessayon
Introduction
Weatherwise
Bill Foggitt
Spring
Weatherwise
Bill Foggitt
Summer
Weatherwise
Bill Foggitt
Autumn
Weatherwise
Bill Foggitt
Winter
Weatherwise
Bill Foggitt
Foreword
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Chris Bonington
Preface and acknowledgements
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Various
Geological background
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Alan Smith
FIELD EXCURSIONS: Lower Carboniferous rocks near Orton, east of Shap
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Alan Day
The Shap granite
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Eric Skipsey
Windermere Group rocks around Tarn Hows
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
John Gunner
The carboniferous limestones of Low Furness
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
David Kelly
The Windermere Group south of Torver
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
David Kelly
The Eskdale granite
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Brian Young
Volcanic rocks of northern Wasdale
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Mike Petterson
The Perno-Trias of St. Bees Headland
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Tom Shipp
The lower Palaeozoic rocks of the Buttermere Valley
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Mervyn Dodd
Glacial features at Rosthwaite in Borrowdale
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Ken Bond
The Armboth Dyke, Thirlmere
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Morley Burton
Quaternary features north of the Kirkstone pass
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Richard Clark
Landscape development near Keswick
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
John Boardman
The Skiddaw granite north of Threlkeld
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Tom Shipp
The carboniferous limestone between Caldbeck and Uldale
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Tom Shipp
The Penrith sandstone of the Vale of Eden
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Jim Cockersole
Palaeozoic rocks of the Cross Fell district
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Eric Skipsey
The lower carboniferous rocks of West Edenside
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Alan Day
Glossary
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Various
Geological and mineralogical museum collections in Cumbria
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Various
Further reading
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Various
Index
Lakeland rocks and landscape: A field guide
Various
Tour information
NASA Kennedy Space Centers Spaceport USA - English tourbook
Various
Spaceport USA
NASA Kennedy Space Centers Spaceport USA - English tourbook
Various
Kennedy Space Center
NASA Kennedy Space Centers Spaceport USA - English tourbook
Various
Behind the scenes
NASA Kennedy Space Centers Spaceport USA - English tourbook
Various
Shuttle era
NASA Kennedy Space Centers Spaceport USA - English tourbook
Various
Satallites
NASA Kennedy Space Centers Spaceport USA - English tourbook
Various
Space Station freedom
NASA Kennedy Space Centers Spaceport USA - English tourbook
Various
Return to the Moon
NASA Kennedy Space Centers Spaceport USA - English tourbook
Various
Wildlife
NASA Kennedy Space Centers Spaceport USA - English tourbook
Various
Commitment to cause
NASA Kennedy Space Centers Spaceport USA - English tourbook
Various
ORIGINS: The formation of the Universe
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- The formation of the Earth
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- The Earth's crust
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Collection rocks and minerals
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
ROCKS: Rock formation
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Types of rock
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Igneous rocks
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Sedimentary rocks
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Metamorphic rocks
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
MINERALS: What is a mineral?
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Identifying minerals
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Mineral associations
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- What is a crystal?
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Crystal systems
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Crystal habits
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- What is a gemstone?
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Gem mining
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Gem cutting
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Native elements
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Sulphides
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Sulphosalts
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Oxides
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Hydroxides
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Halides
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Carbonates
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Phosphates, Arsenates, and vanadates
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Borates and nitrates
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Sulphates, chromates, tungstates and molybdates
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Silicates
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Organic gems
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
FOSSILS: How fossils are formed
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- The fossil record
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Plants
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Invertebrates
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
- Vertebrates
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
Glossary
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
Index
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
Acknowledgments
Rock and gem
Ted Smart
Introduction
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Making beer
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Tasting beer
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
India Pale Ales
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Pilsners
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Brown & mild ales
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Pale ales
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Bitters
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Best bitters
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Extra strong beers & bitters
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Old ales, barley wines & vintage ales
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Porters & stouts
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Golden ales
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Scottish ales
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Wheat beers
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Belgium-style wheat beers
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Belgium sour red beer
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Bieres de Garde
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Saison
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Alt & amber beers
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Kolsch
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Trappist beers
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Abbey beers
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Steam beer
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Lambic & Gueuze
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Beers made with fruit, spices, herbs & seeds
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Pale lagers
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Black & dark lagers
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Bocks
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Vienna red, Marzen & Oktoberfest beers
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Dortmunder export
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Smoked beer
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Glossary
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Index by beer name
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Index by beer style
300 beers to try before you die !
Roger Protz
Chapter 1: Introducing Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 Express edition
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- What is .NET?
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- What is Visual Basic 2008?
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- Is Visual Basic an Object-Oriented programming language?
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- What is Visual Basic 2008 Express edition?
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
Chapter 2: Installing Visual Basic 2008 Express edition
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- Preparing to install Visual Basic 2008 Express edition
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- Installing Visual Basic 2008 Express edition
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
Chapter 3 - Creating your first applications
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- Three types of applications - what are the differences?
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- Getting started with the IDE
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- Building the projects
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
Chapter 4: Creating your own web browser in less than five minutes
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- What is a project?
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- What is the design layout?
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- Putting it all together
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
Chapter 5: Using rapid application development tools with Visual Basic 2008
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- Snapping and aligning controls using snap lines
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- Using IntelliSense - your new best friend!
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- Exploring real-time error detection and correction
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland
- Oh, my ... my is great
Build a program now! Visual Basic 2008
Patrice Pelland

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