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Music and Movement - BBC radio programme for schools. Oh God! We had to wear knickers and vest!

Music and Movement - BBC radio programme for schools. Oh God! We had to wear knickers and vest!

BBC Schools Broadcasts - Singing Together, 1955 - illustrated by Barbara Jones.

BBC Schools Broadcasts - Singing Together, 1955 - illustrated by Barbara Jones.

"Children's Hour" (radio programme) by Eileen Alice Soper (1905 - 1990) via http://www.chrisbeetles.com

"Children's Hour" (radio programme) by Eileen Alice Soper (1905 - 1990) via http://www.chrisbeetles.com

Listening to a BBC radio children's programme in 1950s Britain.

Listening to a BBC radio children's programme in 1950s Britain.

The Radio 4 programme 'The Archers' is based around a fictitious village called Ambridge, and Inkberrow's 'The Old Bull' is the model for the Ambridge village pub!     As at 2nd January 2011, there had been 16,300 episodes of the programme.

The Radio 4 programme 'The Archers' is based around a fictitious village called Ambridge, and Inkberrow's 'The Old Bull' is the model for the Ambridge village pub! As at 2nd January 2011, there had been 16,300 episodes of the programme.

The Archers is a long-running British radio soap opera broadcast on the BBC's main spoken-word channel, Radio 4. Originally billed as "an ev...

The Archers is a long-running British radio soap opera broadcast on the BBC's main spoken-word channel, Radio 4. Originally billed as "an ev...

"Now children, find a space".  Harvest's film inspired by the BBC Schools Radio programme, Music and Movement, was be part of the 2013 Dalcroze Centenary International conference and celebrations. Originally commissioned for the ICCI 360 Arena, it received its screen premier on the Weymouth seafront during the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Harvest Heritage, Arts and Media.

"Now children, find a space". Harvest's film inspired by the BBC Schools Radio programme, Music and Movement, was be part of the 2013 Dalcroze Centenary International conference and celebrations. Originally commissioned for the ICCI 360 Arena, it received its screen premier on the Weymouth seafront during the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Harvest Heritage, Arts and Media.

I write poetry, stories, articles and the words for picture books. I teach at Birkbeck, University of London and I present a radio programme called 'Word of Mouth' on BBC Radio 4. I also visit schools where I do a kind of one-man poetry show and often follow up with workshops for teachers on  writing and reading.

I write poetry, stories, articles and the words for picture books. I teach at Birkbeck, University of London and I present a radio programme called 'Word of Mouth' on BBC Radio 4. I also visit schools where I do a kind of one-man poetry show and often follow up with workshops for teachers on writing and reading.

Lionel Blue is a British Reform rabbi, journalist and broadcaster. He was the first British rabbi publicly to declare his homosexuality. He is best known for his longstanding and respected work with the media, most notably his wry and gentle sense of humour on "Thought for the Day" on BBC Radio 4's Today programme. He is also widely respected in the UK as a journalist, cook and author. His epilepsy was diagnosed when he was aged 57 and is successfully controlled with medication.

Lionel Blue is a British Reform rabbi, journalist and broadcaster. He was the first British rabbi publicly to declare his homosexuality. He is best known for his longstanding and respected work with the media, most notably his wry and gentle sense of humour on "Thought for the Day" on BBC Radio 4's Today programme. He is also widely respected in the UK as a journalist, cook and author. His epilepsy was diagnosed when he was aged 57 and is successfully controlled with medication.

Laurie Taylor comes across - on the BBC Radio 4 programme, 'Thinking Allowed' - as thoroughly decent chap. I love that programme and try never to miss an episode. I like Laurie's sense of humour and how he encourages his guests, and you as a listener, to think. Aloud.

Laurie Taylor comes across - on the BBC Radio 4 programme, 'Thinking Allowed' - as thoroughly decent chap. I love that programme and try never to miss an episode. I like Laurie's sense of humour and how he encourages his guests, and you as a listener, to think. Aloud.

Somewhere between "Worker's Playtime" and  "Housewives Choice"  B.B.C. (wireless) Light programme (currently Radio 2)

Somewhere between "Worker's Playtime" and "Housewives Choice" B.B.C. (wireless) Light programme (currently Radio 2)

Anthony Ward Clare (24 December 1942 – 28 October 2007) was an Irish psychiatrist well known in the UK and Ireland as a presenter of radio and TV programmes.

Anthony Ward Clare (24 December 1942 – 28 October 2007) was an Irish psychiatrist well known in the UK and Ireland as a presenter of radio and TV programmes.

BBC Radio Third Programme 1946–1967

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BBC Radio Third Programme 1946–1967


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From a Post-Card which I purchased in a shop. What more can one add to that ?

From a Post-Card which I purchased in a shop. What more can one add to that ?

Vintage dona de casa dos anos 1950 Ilustração kitsch domestic goddess advertising , if only real life at home was a ballet

Vintage dona de casa dos anos 1950 Ilustração kitsch domestic goddess advertising , if only real life at home was a ballet

Edith Bowman is a Scottish radio DJ. She is mostly known for hosting the weekday afternoon show and from September 2009 weekend morning on BBC Radio 1 and for presenting a variety of music related television shows and music festivals.  She had epilepsy as a child.

Edith Bowman is a Scottish radio DJ. She is mostly known for hosting the weekday afternoon show and from September 2009 weekend morning on BBC Radio 1 and for presenting a variety of music related television shows and music festivals. She had epilepsy as a child.

Dai Greene is a Welsh hurdler who specialises in the 400 metres hurdles event and competes internationally for both Wales and Great Britain. He is the second fastest British man over the 400 m hurdles, behind the British record holder, Kriss Akabusi. Greene is the current Commonwealth and World Champion. Aged 17, he was diagnosed with epilepsy, and continues to manage the condition today by avoiding late nights and alcohol, the main diagnosed triggers of his seizures.

Dai Greene is a Welsh hurdler who specialises in the 400 metres hurdles event and competes internationally for both Wales and Great Britain. He is the second fastest British man over the 400 m hurdles, behind the British record holder, Kriss Akabusi. Greene is the current Commonwealth and World Champion. Aged 17, he was diagnosed with epilepsy, and continues to manage the condition today by avoiding late nights and alcohol, the main diagnosed triggers of his seizures.

Gert and Daisy were the two characters of a British female comedy act who are particularly remembered for their contribution to film and radio entertainment during World War II. They were stalwarts of the BBC radio variety programme Workers' Playtime. The characters of Gert and Daisy were played by Elsie and Doris Waters who were sisters of Horace Waters, better known as Jack Warner of Dixon of Dock Green fame.

Steyning Museum is new home to Gert and Daisy artefacts

Gert and Daisy were the two characters of a British female comedy act who are particularly remembered for their contribution to film and radio entertainment during World War II. They were stalwarts of the BBC radio variety programme Workers' Playtime. The characters of Gert and Daisy were played by Elsie and Doris Waters who were sisters of Horace Waters, better known as Jack Warner of Dixon of Dock Green fame.

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1939 - Makeup protection. This way sharp dressers saved their makeup from rain and snowfalls. One of the drawbacks of the device was that it fogged up from the inside really quickly.

1939 - Makeup protection. This way sharp dressers saved their makeup from rain and snowfalls. One of the drawbacks of the device was that it fogged up from the inside really quickly.

Christmas drinks preparation awaiting the Cava.

Christmas drinks preparation awaiting the Cava.

From a Californian Programme (The Hollywood Bowl) in the 1970's.

From a Californian Programme (The Hollywood Bowl) in the 1970's.

"Quaglino's, here I come"

"Quaglino's, here I come"

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"My, how I detest accapella frog-singing. Especially when I'm on an assignment"

"My, how I detest accapella frog-singing. Especially when I'm on an assignment"

Martin Kemp is an English actor, musician, and occasional television presenter, best known as the bassist in the New Wave band Spandau Ballet, as well as for his portrayal as Steve Owen from the BBC soap opera EastEnders. He is the brother of Gary Kemp, who was also a member of Spandau Ballet and has also had an acting career. He also finished third in the summer series of Celebrity Big Brother 2012.  He has had epilepsy since having two brain tumours in the 1990s.

Martin Kemp is an English actor, musician, and occasional television presenter, best known as the bassist in the New Wave band Spandau Ballet, as well as for his portrayal as Steve Owen from the BBC soap opera EastEnders. He is the brother of Gary Kemp, who was also a member of Spandau Ballet and has also had an acting career. He also finished third in the summer series of Celebrity Big Brother 2012. He has had epilepsy since having two brain tumours in the 1990s.

Dressing-Up Shoes (Alas, not mine)

Dressing-Up Shoes (Alas, not mine)