BBC Radio 4 Monday 23rd – Friday 27th November 2015 each day at 1.45 pm
(except Wednesday 25th at 3.45pm)
Cerys Matthews and Tristram Penna use their music industry careers to examine the legacy and stories behind some of the first Gramophone records recorded in Britain from 1898-1902.
For a sneak preview LISTEN HERE to Cerys on 6 22/11/2015 – scroll to 28 minutes 10 seconds.
Early recordings are courtesy of the EMI Archive Trust.
LISTEN HERE – Chairman of the Gramophone Company, Trevor Williams recording his party piece of farmyard animal sounds -1898
A Sue Clark Production for BBC Radio 4.
This programme will be available shortly after broadcast
Presenter: Cerys Matthews and Tris Penna
Producer: Tris Penna
Exec Producer: Sue Clark
Sound Design: Peregrine Andrews