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|Catalogue number||PD 1|
|Title||BBC 1922*1962 - Historic sounds from forty years of broadcasting single|
|Cover condition||Near mint|
|Record condition||Near mint|
|BBC records label code||-|
|Distributed / printed by|
|Media genre||Sound effects View all other tracks listed as Sound effects.|
|Run-off codes / Shop bar codes||PD1 S1 BBC|
PD1 S2 BBC
|My rating||Not set|
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TracksBelow is a list of tracks for this release.
|Side & track||Track and Artist||Length|
|B2||Uncle Mac - Hullo Children [Derek McCulloch]|
|B3||Mr. Grouser, played by Ralph de Rohan|
|B4||A. J. Alan, beginning his story, Charles, broadcast 1 July 1936|
|B5||Henry Hall's Here's to the next time|
|B6||Opening announcement of Television Service by Leslie Mitchell, 2 November 1936|
|B7||Breakdown announcement and Bow Bells interval signal|
|B8||Last illness of King George V, announced by Stuart Hibberd, 20 January 1936|
|B9||'V' Interval signal on BBC European Service, during wartime period|
|B10||Colonel Britton (Douglas Ritchie) broadcast to 'V' Army in Europe|
|B11||The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill, broadcasting in French to the French Empire - 21 October 1940 [The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill]|
|B12||BBC War Reporter, Stanley Maxted, broadcasting from Arnhem, 20 September 1944, as Stirlings dropped supplies|
|B13||Sandy MacPherson at the BBC Theatre Organ|
|B14||The Radio Doctor on Indigestion, from his series What is it? which started 26 December 1943|
|B15||Peter Sellers as Bluebottle from the Goon Show's Great Tuscan Salami Scandal, broadcast 21 February 1956|
|B16||Mrs. Mopp, played by Dorothy Summers in the 300th performance of ITMA, broadcast 28 October 1948|
|B18||John Snagge's commentary on the crowning of Queen Elizabeth II, 2 June 1953|
|B19||Carleton Hobbs, from A Hedge Backwards, a discovery for radio by Henry Reed, broadcast 29 February 1956|
|B20||Colonel John Glenn, in orbit, 20 February 1962|
|B21||That's all. Cliff Michelmore closing Tonight|
|Total length of media 9:02.|
More informationBelow is further information captured for this release.
Extra notes on cover, middle (gatefold sleeve) and any inserts
| Both sides tracks are merged into one track.|
Introduced by John Snagge.
|Occasionally the BBC released material which didn't follow the normal catalogue number sequences. The few of these which exist are normally one off's never to be repeated! The main exception is the FAME records found in the albums section.|
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