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Spoken Word, Field Recording, Political, Big Band, Speech, Swing, Public Service Announcement, Radioplay, Comedy, Religious
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    BBC 1922-1972
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    Spoken Word, Field Recording, Political, Big Band, Speech, Swing, Public Service Announcement, Radioplay, Comedy, Religious
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    1798 mb
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    1533 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    2158 mb
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    2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation

Lista de canciones

1Kenneth Horne And Betty MasdenRound The Horne - Opening Signature Tune And Dialogue
Written By – Barry Took, Marty Feldman
2Rev. John A. Mayo, Rector Of WhitechapelThe First Radio Padre
3Neville ChamberlainOutbreak Of War With Germany. Announcement By The Prime Minister 3.9.39
4 1933-1939
5Bob Bowman Heavyweight Championship - Tommy Farr Vs. Joe Louis
6Unknown ArtistRoyal Naval Review
Presenter [Comm. By] – Lieutenant-Commander Thomas Woodroofe
7Bill Gates With James Moody With George MiddletonWorkers Playtime
8Beatrice Harrison Nightingales In Surrey Wood / Songs My Mother Taught Me
9Unknown ArtistPassing Bell
10Gillie PotterReminiscences Of Hogsnorton
11Essie AcklandLove's Old Sweet Song
12Winston B. ChurchillVE Day - Winston Churchill Announces Victory In Europe Followed By Crowds Singing "Tipperary" 08.05.45
13H. G. WellsShort Extract From Talk On Communications 19.11.32
14Godfrey TalbotEl Alamein - War Report
15No ArtistDeath Of Hitler - Special Announcement 01.05.45
16Harry LauderI Love A Lassie
17Ellis PowellMrs Dale's Diary
18John SnaggeCapitulation Of Italy - News Bulletin 8.9.43
19Ben Lyon With Jay Wilbur And His OrchestraHi Gang! - Signature Tune And Introduction
20Franklin Englemann, The Queen's Hall Light OrchestraDown Your Way - Closing Sequence And "The Horse Guards, Whitehall"
21Richard Murdoch And Arthur Askey With The BBC Variety OrchestraBand Waggon - Excerpt Of Chestnut Corner
Conductor – Charles Shadwell
22Dr. Charles HillThe Radio Doctor - On Ingestion
23Gracie FieldsSally
24Vera LynnSincerely Yours - "We'll Meet Again"
25John Snagge, Pipe-Major Thomas AndersonMemorial Service In Westminster Abbey For Lord Reith 22.07.71 - Lament "Flowers Of The Forest"
26Ambrose And His OrchestraJoseph Joseph
27Lale AndersenLilli Marlene
28Glenn Miller And His OrchestraMoonlight Serenade
29A. J. AlanMy Photograph
30Lord GainfordOpening Of Savoy Hill 1923
31Dr. Howard CarterOpening Of Tutankhamun's Tomb
32HitlerSpeech From Reichstag 30.1.34
33Leslie MitchellOpening Of BBC Television Service At Alexandra Palace - Announcement 2.11.36
34Judy Shirley And The BBC Variety OrchestraMonday Night At Seven - Introduction And Opening Signature Tune
Conductor – Charles Shadwell
35Stanley BaldwinExtract From Speech On Conversion Of War Loan 1.7.32
36Savoy Havana BandLast Night On The Back Porch
37Norman Painting, Ysanne Churchman, Basil Jones, Anne Cullen . The New Concert OrchestraThe Archers - Opening Siganture Tune "Barwick Green" And Short Excerpt "The Death Of Grace Archer"
Written By – Edward J. Mason, Geoffrey Webb
38Joe Loss And His OrchestraIn The Mood
39Hitler, Massed Voices Of CrowdOpening Of Olympic Games In Berlin; Speech Followed By Singing Of Olympic Hymn
40Bing CrosbyWhere The Blue Of The Night
41Frank GillardLink-Up With Russian Army - War Report 25.04.45
42The Savoy OrpheansBrown Eyes Why Are You Blue
43Jack Warner With The BBC Variety OrchestraGarrison Theatre - Introduction Followed By "Nursey Nursey"
Conductor – Charles Shadwell
44Bernard MooreBerlin, End Of Soviet Blockade - 4.5.49
45John SnaggeChimes Of Big Ben / The BBC Calling The World From London
46General Dwight D. EisenhowerBroadcast At 0730 Hours On D-Day
47Wilfred Pickles, Harry Hudson And Unknown ArtistHave A Go - Introductory Sequence And "Have A Go Joe"
48H. M. King George VFirst Christmas Day Message From Sandringham 25.12.32
49Wilfrid Brambell And Harry H. CorbettThe Steptoes. Short Extract From Homes Fit For Heros
Written By – Alan Simpson , Ray Galton
50Jack Payne And The BBC Dance OrchestraHappy Days Are Here Again
51Douglas RitchieColonel Britton On The V For Victory Call Sign 31.7.41
52Freddy GreenwoodJapanese Surrender Signed, Tokyo Bay - News Item 02.09.45
53Frederick Allen Surrender Of German Armed Forces In Italy 02.05.45
54Sidney Firman And The London Radio Dance BandDo That Heebie Jeebie Dance
55MussoliniSpeech At 2nd Quinquennial Fascist Assembly, Rome, 18.3.34
56Rear-Admiral C.D. CarpendaleNews Item About The General Strike 1926
57Unknown ArtistMitchell Bomber Over Normandy Coast
Presenter [Comm. By] – Air Commodore W. Helmore
58Unknown ArtistThe Prime Minister, The Rt. Hon. Neville Chamberlain Returns From Munich 30.9.38
Presenter [Comm. By] – Lieutenant-Commander Thomas Woodroofe
59Frederick Allen News Bulletin 7.9.41
60Vera LynnWhite Cliffs Of Dover
61Alvar LidellAir Raid Sirens Followed By "Battle Of Britain" New Bulletin Of 15.9.40
62GoebbelsSpeech On Political Implications Of Death Of President Von Hindenburg 2.8.34
63No ArtistAir Raid On London - Actuality Recording From Roof And Adjoining Street Of Broadcasting House
64Wilfred PicklesFar Eastern Situation - News Bulletin 8.12.41
65Richard DimblebyD-Day - War Report
66Jimmy Edwards , Dick Bentley And June WhitfieldTake It From Here - The Glums - Signature Tune And Short Extract
Written By – Dennis Norden, Frank Muir
67Unknown ArtistIn Town Tonight - Introductory Sequence And Knightsbridge March
Conductor – Eric Coates
68Richard Murdoch And Kenneth Horne With The Royal Air Force OrchestraMerry-Go-Round (RAF Edition) - "Much-Binding-In-The-Marsh"
69Sir John ReithDeath Of H.M. King George V - Announcement 12.15am 21.1.36
70Irene Minghini-Cattaneo & Orchestra Of La ScalaStride La Vampa (Il Trovatore)
Conductor – Carlo Sabajno
71 1922-1932
72Unknown ArtistOutbreak Of Italo-Abyssinian War, News Bulletin 3.10.35
73Charles GardnerFirst Trans-Atlantic Jet Flight By RAF Vampires - 16.7.48
74Jack Payne And The BBC Dance OrchestraSay It With Music
75H.R.H. The Prince EdwardAbdication Of H.M. King Edward VIII - Farewell Speech 11.12.36
Presenter [Introduced By] – Sir John Reith
76Lionel MarsonInvasion Of Poland - News Bulletin 1.9.39
77Stuart HibberdIllness Of H.M. King George V - Special Announcement 20.1.36
78John SnaggeD-Day Landings On Normandy Coast - News Item 06.06.44
79Christopher StoneIntroducing Gramaphone Record Programme
80Freddy GrisewoodItaly Declares War On Germany - News Bulletin 12.10.43
81Vera LynnSincerely Yours - "Wishing Will Make It So"
82Albert Sandler And Palm Court OrchestraIf My Songs Were Winged
83The Archbishop Of Canterbury (Cosmo Gordon Lang)Coronation Of H.M. King George VI And H.M. Queen Elizabeth. Recognition - Westminster Abbey 12.5.37
Presenter [Commentary By] – Rev. F.A. Iremonger
84Clay Keyes And The BBC Dance OrchestraThe Old Town Hall - Closing Signature Tune
Conductor – Billy Ternent
85 1940-1945
86Howard MarshallFuneral Of H.M. King George 15.2.52
87Leonard ParkinAssassination Of President Kennedy 22.11.63
88Charles SiepmannFuneral Of H.M. King George V. - Commentary From Westminster Hall 28.1.36
89Frank PhillipsAtomic Bomb On Hiroshima 06.08.45
90Doris Hare With Debroy Somers And His OrchestraShipmates Ashore - Opening Signature Tune
91Stanley MaxtedAllied Airbourne Landings In Holland 17.09.44 - Announcement And War Report From Arnhem
92Warren Mitchell, Una Stubbs, Dandy Nichols And Anthony BoothTill Death Do Us Part - "TV Filth" - Short Extract
Written By – Johnny Speight
93Phillip Slessor And BBC Variety OrchestraMusic Hall (Opening Signature Tune)
Conductor – Charles Shadwell
94Harry Korris, Cecil Frederick, Robbie Vincent And The BBC Revue OrchestraHappidrome - "We Three"
Conductor – Ernest Longstaff
95Stewart McPhersonIgnorance Is Bliss - Introductory Sequence
96Unknown ArtistEvacuation Of Children From Waterloo Station
Presenter [Comm. By] – S.J. de Lotbiniere
97Unknown ArtistEntry Of Germany Into Austria - Recordings Made At Linz 12.3.38
98John SnaggeOxford Vs. Cambridge Boat Race, 1949
99Harry Secombe, Peter Sellers And Spike MilliganThe Goon Show - Short Excerpt From "Tales Of Old Dartmoor" Followed By "I Travel The Road"
Written By – Spike Milligan
100P. P. EckersleyWrittle Calling
101Howard MarshallInvasion - War Report 08.08.44
102Millicent Martin, David FrostThat Was The Week That Was. Opening Signature Tune And Short Extract From "What's Left Of The Empire
Written By – Christopher Booker, David Frost
103Brian MooreEngland's World Cup Victory (Soccer) 1966
104Frank Gillard, Massed Bands Of The Brigade Of GuardsWedding Of H.R.H. The Princess Elizabeth And The Prince Phillip - Commentary Followed By The National Anthem 20.11.71
105Charles GardnerMeteor Jet At 618mph - 12.10.48
106Charlie KunzSmoke Gets In Your Eyes
107J. Ramsey McDonaldShort Extract From Speech By The Prime Minister On The Political Situation 25.8.31
108Joseph McLeodBattle For Channel Ports
109Freddy Grisewood, HitlerGerman Re-Occupation Of The Rhineland - News Bulletin 7.3.36
110Sir Alan CobhamFlight From England To Australia And Back By De Havilland Seaplane 50, 30.6.26-1.10.26
111Kenneth Horne And The Royal Artillery Theatre OrchestraAck-Ack Beer-Beer - Opening Signature Tune
Conductor – Band Quartermaster Mitchell
112H. M. King Edward VIIIMessage To The Empire 1.3.36
113Stuart HibbardCapture Of Berlin - News Item 02.05.45
114Donald McColloughThe Brains Trust
115Geraldo And His OrchestraRagtime Cowboy Joe
116Winston B. ChurchillThe Fall Of France. Extract From Speech By The Prime Minister 17.6.40
117Alistair Cooke Short Extract From 1,000th Letter From America On Vietnam 24.03.68
118Bruce BelfrageAdvance Of The 8th Army In Western Desert - News Bulletin 4.11.42
119Unknown ArtistTutankhamun's Trumpet
120Frank PhillipsBritish Submarines In Mediterranean - News Bulletin 5.9.41
121John SnaggeCapture Of Brussels - News Item Followed By Band And Crowds Singing "Quand Madelon" After The Liberation 04.09.44
122 1946-1972
123Band Of The Scots GuardLilliburlero
124Henry Hall And The BBC Dance OrchestraHere's To The Next Time
125Tommy Handley And Musicians Of The Home FleetITMA - Introduction From Special Performance For The Home Fleet At Scapa Flow
Conductor – Charles Shadwell
126The Archbishop Of Canterbury (Geoffrey Fisher)The Coronation Of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II - Prayer And Crowning By The Archbishop Of Canterbury - 2.6.53
Presenter [Comm. By] – John Snagge
127Tommy LorneAuntie Aggy Of The BBC
128Stewart McPhersonTwenty Questions - Introductory Sequence
129Raymond GlendenningFA Cup Final, Charlton Vs. Burnley, 1947 "The Ball Bursts"
130Major Yuri GagarinMen In Space - Gagarin 12.04.61
131John Henry And Blossom Short Extract From "Joe Murgatoyd's Letter"
132Roy Fox And His BandWhispering


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
none, BBC 50Various Mullard And The Television Industry ‎(2xLP, Comp)Mullard, BBC Recordsnone, BBC 50UK1972
BBC 50Various BBC 1922-1972 ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat)BBC RecordsBBC 50UK1972
C 04856, C 04857Various BBC 1922-1972: 50 Years Of Broadcasting ‎(2xCass, Comp, Club)World Cassette Club, World Cassette ClubC 04856, C 04857Australia1978
R-04856, R-04857Various BBC 1922-1972: 50 Years Of Broadcasting ‎(2xLP, Comp, Club)World Record Club, World Record ClubR-04856, R-04857Australia1978
HRMC 50Various BBC 1922-1972 ‎(Cass, Mono, Dou)BBC CassettesHRMC 50UK1974


  • NarratorRene Cutforth
  • ProducerAlan Burgess, Stephen Williams


Audio documentary covering 50 years of the British Broadcasting Corporation adapted from the Radio 4 series 'Fifty Broadcasting Years'.
Released in a gatefold sleeve.

Track B1 noted as Symphony Orchestra


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A stunning collection of recordings from the first fifty years of the BBC. Definitely a must-have for anybody interested in
the impact radio had during the 1920's-1970's both politically and culturally.
a great piece of vinyl history,worth listing to and buying. 9/10