Monthly Archives: June 2009

One of my worst fears is the loss of unique, irreplaceable material through technical failure. Seven years ago, I found with horror that an interview recording on minidisc had screwed up. Fortunately, the interviewee was someone I knew well enough … Continue reading

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The coverage of the news that BBC Worldwide is to release the recovered soundtracks of several previously-missing editions of the Hancock’s Half Hour TV series has been, at best, misleading. At worst, it’s been utter bollocks. Take this line from … Continue reading

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