17 June 2012

Date: 17/06/2012 English

© 2012 Rjn

Note: If you are viewing this on a desktop then the table below may come out narrow. It seems to work beautifully on an Android 2.3 phone and 4.0 Tablet however.

Week’s News: It has been proposed that the programme adopt a motto/favourite poem. One written by the late great Spike Milligan. It is a poem that he wrote especially for the lonely. It is certainly very short -


Terence Alan Seán Spike” Milligan (16.4.1918 – 27.2.2002)

Please contact me by email and let me know your thoughts. Rjn

The Gypsy Jack Boggle Show
Theme: English
Date: 17/06/2012
The Spinners
The Family of Man
Steeleye Span
Thomas the Rhymer (dedicated to Rhonda 3CR and wishing her life.... "fulfillment"), Hard Times of Old England, Cadwith Anthem.
John Arlott and :
The Yetties -
Cyril Tawney -
Bob Arnold -

Out in the Green Fields.
The Ploughman.
All Jolly Fellows Who Follow the Plough.
The Baron Knights
The Chapel Lead is Missing (played for my school chum Rob Mellor - don't be a stranger), Under New Management, An Olympic Record.
Shirley Collins
-”- & Dolly Collins
The Rigs of Time, Spencer the Rover.
Black Eyed Susan.
Siân Phillips, Robert Stephens, Walter Hall
If it be love indeed, tell me how much” from Shakespeare’s Antony & Cleopatra (dedicated to the Monkey Hanger by TTT)
The Watersons
Dido Bendigo, Fathom the Bowl, Fare Thee Well Cold Winter, The Holmfirth Anthem.
Martin Carthy
Famous Flower of Serving Men
The Houghton Weavers
The Blackpool Belle < YouTube Great Video > , Mist over the Mersey, Success to the Weavers.
Derbyshire Traditional Singer: George Fradley
Rhubbub, The Derby Ram, The Squire of Tamworth.

Sandy Denny
It’ll Take a Long Time, Quiet Joys of Brotherhood, Listen Listen.

In Memory of Reg Quantrill d.June 2012
The Wurzels
All Over Mendip, Don’t Tell I Tell ‘Ee, Drink Drink Yer Zider Up.
Martin Carthy
Byker Hill, Seven Yellow Gypsies, January Man. (Set Dedicated to Ruby by the “Packless Wolf”)
Rjn’s Homage to:

Edward Lear – The Quangle Wangle Hat, The Owl & the Pussycat.
George Borrow – Death & the Gypsy.
E.V.Rieu – Pirates of Funafuti.
Sam Laycock – Bowton’s Yard.
Alan Bell
So Here’s to You.