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Spiny Norman wrote:
Mark wrote:How did you get on with avoiding continuity announcements over the music ?, it was always a risk when I was doing themes!
Curse and try again the next time?
Ha...spot on!

Always avoided the last one as they always told you it was the last one!
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Just sprung to mind, the edition of "Juke Box Jury" with The Beatles, another early domestic recording from 1963.

Together with several of the "HHH" episodes, "Doctor Who", "Out Of This World" and "Public Eye", all released commercially.
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Mark wrote:Just sprung to mind, the edition of "Juke Box Jury" with The Beatles, another early domestic recording from 1963.

Together with several of the "HHH" episodes, "Doctor Who", "Out Of This World" and "Public Eye", all released commercially.
Hmm... SF and comedy seems to have a high survival rate...
But the example of DW just proves that probably almost anything was at one time recorded as audio, only it was never sought.
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Audio recorded from the TV broadcasts exists for three missing Dad's Army episodes:
- The 1968 Christmas Night With The Stars episode simply entitled 'Dad's Army'
- A Stripe For Frazer (1968)
- The 1970 Christmas Night With The Stars episode "The Cornish Floral Dance"

The 1970 sketch was also remade for radio within the episode The Godiva Affair, and was used in the stage show and appears on the cast recording, and another version was used in the 1975 Royal Variety Performance.

The soundtrack from A Stripe For Frazer had animated visuals added by the BBC a few years ago.

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Dave Homewood wrote:Audio recorded from the TV broadcasts exists for three missing Dad's Army episodes:
- The 1968 Christmas Night With The Stars episode simply entitled 'Dad's Army'
- A Stripe For Frazer (1968)
- The 1970 Christmas Night With The Stars episode "The Cornish Floral Dance"

The 1970 sketch was also remade for radio within the episode The Godiva Affair, and was used in the stage show and appears on the cast recording, and another version was used in the 1975 Royal Variety Performance.

The soundtrack from A Stripe For Frazer had animated visuals added by the BBC a few years ago.
Oh yes, I forgot about those, so another one for the commercially released list.

The "Christmas Night With The Stars" are complete editions, from the Ed Doolan collection.
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But from the late sixties there are many examples, so these are not especially special.
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Spiny Norman wrote:But from the late sixties there are many examples, so these are not especially special.
When you get into the Cassette era, shed loads.
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Mark wrote:
Spiny Norman wrote:But from the late sixties there are many examples, so these are not especially special.
When you get into the Cassette era, shed loads.
That was the cassette era. The "compact cassette" was first presented in 1963.

Reel to reel could get better quality though, under the right circumstances.
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Yes, I had one for a start!, but I didn't know many others who had one, but by the 70's I didn't know anyone who didn't have one, I had a Phillips stereo set up by 73 ( probably a lot later than some others though).

I'd be surprised if those "Ace Of Wands" audios weren't cassette recordings.
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Mark wrote:Yes, I had one for a start!, but I didn't know many others who had one, but by the 70's I didn't know anyone who didn't have one, I had a Phillips stereo set up by 73 ( probably a lot later than some others though).

I'd be surprised if those "Ace Of Wands" audios weren't cassette recordings.
They probably are, and moreover, microphone instead of line.
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I see Kaleidescope have announced a new source of "Doctor Who" audio recordings.

More complete and with continuity, including the 'Cyril' VO on "The Celestial Toymaker".
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Its great. I printed the news out.
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Excellent quality it seems, with some of them as Mic recordings.
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