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Re: The Inklings Archives
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When I bought this I was asked to keep it a secret, but Nigel has put the secret recording mentioned earlier in these posts on Ebay, which puts it in the public domain.

It is limited to 10 copies (2 must be left) and I thought it was definitely one of the most interesting recordings from The Inklings Archives.

Microphones in Middle-Earth

'Microphones in Middle-Earth', a CD of talks given at Church House, Westminster, in March 1981, on the BBC radio dramatisation of Tolkien's 'Lord of the Rings'. Speakers are: Brian Sibley and Michael Bakewell, co-adapters; Penny Leicester, co-producer; Stephen Oliver, composer; David Collings, actor (Legolas), and Peter Woodthorpe, actor (Gollum). The original recording was made by Nigel Sustins, then Manager of Church House Bookshop (on tape, converted to digital format).

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Re: The Hobbit audio record by Richard Harris (?)
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hi i see your lookin for record of the hobbit i was cleaning out garage and came across one by disney land records with a page page book it has one record in it and has mcmlxxvii on it so i think its from the seventies but i dont know if it is complete please let me know if you can remember what makes it complete all the best paul

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Re: Wayne & Christina 'Addenda and Corrigenda to Our Writings'
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Okay; thanks for that Trotter...

Various comments Hammond has made on a possible '2nd edition' of Bibliography, suggest this is still a good bit off; because of seperate ongoing commitments himself and Christina have with HC (and of course health.) I guess we'll probably see the site updated before any updated bibliography. Simple typographical errors (rather than errors of content) could be corrected in later printings, but so far have not.

I'm sure Hammond just wants to make any second edition truly updated, and not just corrected and updated half-heartedly.

BH

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Re: Wayne & Christina 'Addenda and Corrigenda to Our Writings'
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You can use the Internet Archive or WayBack machine, you can normally see the text of the sites but it does not keep images.

http://www.archive.org/web/web.php

I am hoping that the corrections go into the new version of the book and they can find time to update the Bibliography.

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Re: UK Lord Of The Rings A Reader's Companion Paperback
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