Songs Of The Yellow River

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19910420"Hwang Ho, the world's muddiest 3,000 mile long river, has been called

China's Sorrow. Farmers and shepherds eke out a living on its banks, and sing simple songs of love, sorrow, loneliness and endurance.

Readers: Frank Grimes and Pik Sen Lim.

Producer John Theocharis Stereo (A Chinese feature originally made by Radio Beijing)

Contributors

Readers: Frank Grimes

Readers: Pik Sen Lim.

Producer: John Theocharis

"Hwang Ho, the world's muddiest 3,000 mile long river, has been called

China's Sorrow. Farmers and shepherds eke out a living on its banks, and sing simple songs of love, sorrow, loneliness and endurance.

Readers: Frank Grimes and Pik Sen Lim.

Producer John Theocharis Stereo (A Chinese feature originally made by Radio Beijing)

Contributors

Readers: Frank Grimes

Readers: Pik Sen Lim.

Producer: John Theocharis"

"

Hwang Ho, the world's muddiest 3,000 mile long river, has been called

China's Sorrow. Farmers and shepherds eke out a living on its banks, and sing simple songs of love, sorrow, loneliness and endurance.

Readers: Frank Grimes and Pik Sen Lim.

Producer John Theocharis Stereo (A Chinese feature originally made by Radio Beijing)

Contributors

Readers: Frank Grimes

Readers: Pik Sen Lim.

Producer: John Theocharis

""Hwang Ho, the world's muddiest 3,000 mile long river, has been called

Producer: John Theocharis""