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19760515Louis Allen. francophile, teacher, writer and critic. launches the Weekend with some reflections on what we mean by ' The North ' from his vantage point hard by Durham Cathedral. BBC Manchester
19770606Richard A. Baker delves into the origins of some music-hall songs. Including the recorded Voices Of MARIE KENDALL , LILY MORRIS , CHARLES OOBORN , CARUSO, ALBERT CHEVALIER and PETER SELLERS Producer ALAN OWEN

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19780327Richard A. Baker delves once again into the origins of some Music-Hall songs, including the recorded voices of VESTA VICTORIA, GUS ELEN, MARIE LLOYD,

WILKIE BARD and HARRY CHAMPION.

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19790813Richard A. Baker delves into the origins of some Music-Hall songs. Including the recorded voices Of CLARICE MAYNE, JOSE COL LINS, FLANAGAN AND ALLEN, VIOLET LORAINE , GEORGE ROBEY and HARRY TATE Producer ALAN OWEN

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19800805Richard A. Baker looks back at the Music-Hall and some of its most famous artists. with the voices of HORACE KENNEY , BILLY MERSON , BILLY BENNETT , ALBERT WHELAN and ADA REEVB Producer ALAN OWEN

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19800809Who were Music-Hall's most accomplished entertainers? The comedian George Robey and the drama critic James Agate once discussed the question at a lunch, recalled by Richard A. Baker. with the voices of MARIE LLOYD , VESTA TiLLEY , VICTORIA MONKS, GEORGE LASH-WOOD, LITTLE TICH and ROBEY himself

Producer ALAN OWEN

19801230Richard Anthony Baker explores the theme of love and courtship in the music-hall songs of Harry Champion, Billy Danvers , George Robey , Harry Tate , Billy Bennett , Lily Morris and others.

Producer ALAN OWEN

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19811201A Music-hall celebration for the drinking man and woman, featuring gus

ELEN, HARRY LAUDER. LILY MORRIS , FLORRIE FORDE ,

WILL FYFFE. WILKIE BARD and MARIE LLOYD JUNIOR

Written and presented bv Richard Anthony Baker Producer AI.AN OWEN

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