[78-L] Turntable tales
andrew.evans at sfr.fr.invalid
Thu Mar 10 12:35:56 PST 2016
Rather typical of today's BBC, I'm afraid.
But let's face it, she's a lot better-looking than Brian Rust, who worked
for the Beeb all his life, and if asked in time could have done a far better
job without a fee. For all I know there's never-broadcast archive material
of exactly that.
Andrew, grumpily in Luxembourg
Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2016 04:03:46 +0100
From: Kristjan Saag <saag at telia.com.invalid>
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BBC hires an American dj to tell the story of the gramophone record.
Who manages to tell the story without mentioning the very first
commercially issued discs, the German Berliners from, roughly, 1889-1892.
On 2016-03-09 18:45, Julian Vein wrote:
> First part of a two-parter. Some of the statements don't accord with
> the facts (e.g. electric recordings came in in 1925, not 1926).
> http://www.bbc.co.uk/search?q=turntable%20tales Julian Vein
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