07 April 2013

Theme: Australian Date: 07/04/2013

Wimmera River October 2012 near Horsham Weir Looking at South Bank © Rjn 2012

The Gypsy Jack Boggle Show

© 2013 Rjn
Theme: Australian
Date: 07/04/2013



The Spinners
The Family of Man
Ted Egan
The Goanna Driver, Pearling Lugger Songs, Sayonera Nakamura,Jackie Howe.
Alan Musgrove
Three Jolly Butchers, The Death of Alec Robertson, The Spider by the Gwydir.
Carl Cleves & Parissa Bouas
Don't Flowers Grow, The Bethlehem Bell Ringer, Mother's Song, Coniston Massacre.
Alex Hood
Brumby Jack, The Friendship Song, Herman's German Band, Timber Mac's Warning.
Uilick O'Boyle & The Settlers
Water Pipeline, Nomad's Last Ride, Lake Jindabyne, Disappearing Digger, Old Talbingo, Jack Bridle's Farewell.
White on Black NFF Special: Keith McKenry, Ted Egan, Pete Bate, Arch Bishop, Frank Daniel, Johnny Huckle, Helen Moran, Chlöe & Jason Roweth, John Shortis, Moya Simpson, Jim Smith, Tony Suttor.
Gurindji Blues, Stolen Generations, Brown Skin Baby, Departmnet of Aboriginal Affairs, Terra Nullius, Reflecting, Son of Mine, Introduction to the Journey of Healing, Journey of Healing, Summing Up.
John Warner & Margaret Walters
Newell Highway, Kaikoura Railway Memorial, Tekford's Bridge, Empire Hotel.
Mark Stephens aka Lazy Harry
Ned Kelly Introductiion, The Kellys, Edward My Son, Stringybark Creek.
Rjn pays homage to :
John Oxenham -
A.P.Herbert -
J.K.McDougall -

A Telephone Message
The German Graves
The Transgressors
Judy Pinder
The Parting Glass


The Gypsy Jack Boggle Show is now also on
Facebook as Thegypsyjack Boggleshow
The Facebook Page has become something of a reflection of the issues concerning the show's friends and often indicates early trends of what is happening here in Australia.

I particularly hope that some of the overseas readers
of the blog will come forward and say hello.
Our opening theme song from the Spinners was not idly
chosen....we are all part of the family of man no matter
where we live, our nationality or the hue of our skin....

Hello and Welcome.

Next Sunday – Celtic Theme –

have a fffolking good week”.

Tune in or chew your own ears off.