17
Aug
08

John Peel – BBC4 Monday

BBC4’s Liverpool on the Box season features three programmes with our John providing the voice over duties. Two of which you will no doubt have seen before and probably already have archived, but the first, Chambré Hardman and the Lost City of Liverpool, is a new one on me. Looks good!

Monday 18th August 19.30-20.00
Chambré Hardman and the Lost City of Liverpool

“The life and career of Liverpool photographer Edward Chambre Hardman, whose work captured the people and city of Liverpool during its pre-war heyday.”

Monday 18th August 01:25-02.15
Rock Family Trees: The Mersey Sound

“The rise and fall of the Mersey Beat scene during the 60s, including a look at the Beatles, the Searchers, Gerry and the Pacemaker and Billy J Kramer.”

Monday 18th August 02:15-03.05
Rock Family Trees: The New Mersey Beat

“A look at the next generation of bands after Mersey Beat to emerge from Liverpool including Echo and the Bunnymen, the Teardrop Explodes, OMD and the Lightning Seeds.”

| BBC4
| Chambré Hardman (National Trust Print Collection)
| E. Chambré Hardman Archive
| Chambré Hardman Photographs
| Peter Frame’s Rock Family Trees
| 1999 Pete Frame interview


8 Responses to “John Peel – BBC4 Monday”


  1. 1 DuffPaddy
    2008/08/17 at 20:09

    There’s a version of the Chambré Hardman doc over at thebox, and it’s a pretty decent encode as I recall. And as well as benefiting from a Peel voiceover, one of the portraits featured in the show is of a very young J P Ravenscroft and his mother…

  2. 2 domestic empire
    2008/08/17 at 21:43

    Thanks for the tip Eddie :)

  3. 3 entrailicus
    2008/08/18 at 10:30

    Speaking of Peel articles, I have some somewhere from the NME circa late 70s, I’ll take a look…

  4. 4 domestic empire
    2008/08/18 at 11:03

    Wow, would love to see those Adam :)

  5. 5 DuffPaddy
    2008/08/19 at 11:26

    Me too! Also, I have a long Peel and Walters interview from Melody Maker in 1978 and a couple of NME Peel things from the late ’80s/early ’90s. Trouble is, those large old music paper pages are a bugger to scan in.

  6. 6 domestic empire
    2008/08/19 at 12:06

    Yes it's the same problem with the Radio Times, though not as bad, and some may not be full page width.

    But I too have some old NME/Melody Maker/Sounds. I've been visualising the process:
    scan top left;
    scan top right;
    scan middle left;
    scan middle right;
    scan bottom left;
    scan bottom right;
    crop each;
    adjust brightness/colour/hue etc of each;
    match & join;
    export 12MB image;
    notice you've missed a bit;
    :(
    drink!

  7. 7 entrailicus
    2008/08/20 at 10:47

    Found one juicy interview from 1979 (not in original scanned version unfortunately) – maybe you already have it…

    http://fadesinslowly.blogspot.com/2008/08/nme-interview-august-1979.html

    Have some other stuff, will search for it in the archives!

  8. 8 domestic empire
    2008/08/21 at 12:55

    Excellent Adam – coming to get it…

    Clickable link to post:
    nme-interview-august-1979


Comments are currently closed.

Top Posts

Archives


Fascism Back is in Vogue – and it affects us all.

No ulterior motive…

Art not Ads!

Highly Recommended…

John Peel Sessions by Ken Garner
~
Book - Bad Science
~
Book - Belching out the Devil

copy

Creative Commons License
All textual content at johnpeel.net is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. Unless otherwise indicated, this does not include audio files or image files, which remain the property of the respective copyright holder.

numbers

  • 128,334
pr38222 hits counter

Disclaimer

We're only human.

%d bloggers like this: