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    Senior Member Country: UK bobsterkent's Avatar
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    Does anyone have any copies of the BBC interludes? The potters wheel, Ploughing, fish in a tank, kitten playing. I have most of the one showing a trip to a kipper factory but would like that one too. Any others would be great as well. Thanks

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    I don't have copies of the films but a lot of the music that was used - such as the Potters Wheel etc. are now available on CD - they were originally Chapell Music Library Recordings

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    Senior Member Country: UK Freddy's Avatar
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    Have a look at



    Interludes and Announcers



    they have a variety of interludes either on music or real player.



    Enjoy



    Freddy

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    Freddy,

    Many thanks for this link!

    Entertaining stuff and great to see them after all these years.

    Love the name of 1950's BBC announcer "McDonald Hobley".

    Could he have been the inspiration for Harry Enfield's alter ego Mr Cholmondley-Warner ?

    Class discuss!



    Edward G

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    name='Edward G']Freddy,

    Many thanks for this link!

    Entertaining stuff and great to see them after all these years.

    Love the name of 1950's BBC announcer "McDonald Hobley".

    Could he have been the inspiration for Harry Enfield's alter ego Mr Cholmondley-Warner ?

    Class discuss!



    Edward G






    Pleasure Edward,



    It is a great site with a very knowledgable forum of 50's film and television. Somebody even remembered the Australian children's tv series The Terrible Ten and Ten Town.

    As for Harry Enfield, sadly I seldom got to watch him, though the name McDonald Hobley rang a bell. Of course those were the days when even the newsreaders/announcers name had gravitas: Reginald Bosanquet, Richard Dimbleby, Alvar Lidell.



    regards



    Freddy

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