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Type: 10.5" reel, 1/4" tape, Label: Colin's Documentary Side One / Scrapbook Description: "Colin's Documentary" Notting Hill
DD029 Colin’s Documentary “Notting Hill Gate” Doc in left channel Sound effects in right channel (computer bleeping), then doc backwards NEEDS REVERSING
CDD/1/9/16 Anything Can Happen Here / Scrapbook for 1900 Radio documentaries including music and vox pops FORMER REFERENCE: DD029 MEDIUM: 10.5" reel, ¼" tape TAPE SPEED: 7.5ips DURATION: 01:29:44 LABELS: [Box label:] COLINS DOCUMENTARY / SIDE 1 7½ MONO / SCRAPBOOK 1900 [Reel label:] COLIN's Documentary 7½ / SIDE 1 NOTES: “[Anything Can] Happen Here: a personal view of the alternative society in Notting Hill Gate, London. Compiled and written by Colin Bennett. With the voices of Kate Binchy, John Rowe, and the people of Notting Hill.” At end: “Anything Can Happen Here was compiled and written by Colin Bennett. The programme was produced by Shaun MacLoughlin.” 60:10 programme. “Scrapbook for 1900: The Vanishing Victorians”, compiled, written and produced by John Bridges. Narrator, over recording of Auld Lang Syne: “The pages of this Victorian scrapbook are turned by Michael Flanders”. Beginning (to fade in of this music) is truncated. Continuity announcer at end: “That was Scrapbook for 1900: The Vanishing Victorians. In addition to those personalities named in the programme, others taking part were Ronald Forefarr[?], Nigel Lambert, Hector Ross, Eva Stewart[?] and Patrick Towell[?], with Geoffrey Burford at the piano. The narrator was Michael Flanders. In collaboration with Lesley Bailey[?], Scrapbook for 1900 was compiled, written and produced by John Bridges.” 56:27 programme. A set of synthesised sounds follow. The programmes are recorded end-to-end, one track mono, in two directions.