Post by Jenny M Benson Post by Vicky
Richard Stilgoe used to be part of a radio programme, songs and
sketches, I remember a sketch about people on yachts in marinas.
Definitions. Marina Berth, miscalculation of dates.
And a song Trying to Catch the Wind. I think they went to the boat
show and did audio of someone learning to wind surf. Lots of shout and
That sounds as though it might have been an epi of Stilgoe's Around. I
have recordings of the Barclay's, Champney's, Christie's, Guy's
Hospital and Stately Homes progs but not one about the Boat Show.
I have Christie's [cello; Henry Moore moth] and Health Farm [house of
(credit) cards; Henry Moore moth]. Both about 25M as a .mp3 file. Not
sure where I got them, though my files are dated 2010-6-9.
I have also heard - though don't _think_ I've got - him doing an
informative (but of course amusing) talk on musical plagiarism. ("You
want a baseline decision - are you sure you're in the right sort of
J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)***@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf
As a child, I was interested in science, but thought that to understand
electricity it was best to experiment by sticking a pin into a plug socket. It
hurt, so I turned to the arts instead. - Robin Ince, RT 2017/1/14-20