Sea Fever

Series about boats with literary connections

Episodes

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200405111/4. The Jane Slade: In the series about boats with literary connections we discover the Cornish schooner which inspired Daphne du Maurier's first novel. News follows.
200405122/4. Para Handy: Series about boats with literary connections. This edition features the Clyde puffers which inspired Neil Munro's hilarious Para Handy stories. News follows.
200405133/4. Series about boats with literary connections. This edition features the Nancy Blackett, the model for Goblin in Arthur Ransome's adventure story We Didn't Mean to Go to Sea. News follows.

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3/4. Series about boats with literary connections. This edition features the Nancy Blackett, the model for Goblin in Arthur Ransome's adventure story We Didn't Mean to Go to Sea. News follows."

20040514Series about boats with literary connections. This edition features Baroque, the third Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter owned by mountaineer, explorer and travel writer H W Tilman. Then News.

"Series about boats with literary connections. This edition features Baroque, the third Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter owned by mountaineer, explorer and travel writer H W Tilman. Then News.

Series about boats with literary connections. This edition features Baroque, the third Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter owned by mountaineer, explorer and travel writer H W Tilman."

Asgard20020729This edition features `Asgard', the last boat owned by Erskine Childers, author of the classic spy thriller `The Riddle of the Sands'.

"This edition features `Asgard', the last boat owned by Erskine Childers, author of the classic spy thriller `The Riddle of the Sands'."

Baroque20020802This edition features `Baroque', the third Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter owned by mountaineer, explorer and travel writer H W Tilman.

"This edition features `Baroque', the third Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter owned by mountaineer, explorer and travel writer H W Tilman."

01The Jane Slade2004051120020730Series about boats with literary connections

This edition features the `Jane Slade', the Cornish schooner which inspired Daphne Du Maurier's first novel.

"This edition features the `Jane Slade', the Cornish schooner which inspired Daphne Du Maurier's first novel."

02Para Handy2004051220020731This edition features the Clyde puffers which inspired Neil Munro's hilarious Para Handy stories.
03The Nancy Blackett2004051320020801This edition features the Nancy Blackett, the model for Goblin in Arthur Ransome's adventure story We Didn't Mean to Go to Sea.

3/4. Series about boats with literary connections. This edition features the Nancy Blackett, the model for Goblin in Arthur Ransome's adventure story We Didn't Mean to Go to Sea.

"This edition features the Nancy Blackett, the model for Goblin in Arthur Ransome's adventure story We Didn't Mean to Go to Sea.

3/4. Series about boats with literary connections. This edition features the Nancy Blackett, the model for Goblin in Arthur Ransome's adventure story We Didn't Mean to Go to Sea."

SNT1989a5a13By: Sheila Hodgson

Starring: John Moffatt/Elizabeth Mansfield/Jane Leonard

Starring: John Moffatt/Elizabeth Mansfield/Jane Leonard.