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People Today: 6: Stan Kelly

on BBC Home Service Basic

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A gallery of portraits in close-up of British individuals and their design for living today.
Stan Kelly, folk singer and mathematician, was born in Liverpool, educated at Cambridge, and now works in London. This is a story of skiffle and scouse, light blues and heavy ballads, told by his family and friends and illustrated with songs sung by himself. With Godfrey Whitehead (bass), Geoff Rose (accordion), John Smith (washboard), Leon Rosselson (guitar) with The Southerners
Narrated by Anthony White Produced by Sasha Moorsom

Contributors

Subject/Singer:
Stan Kelly
Bassist:
Godfrey Whitehead
Accordionist:
Geoff Rose
Washboard player:
John Smith
Guitarist:
Leon Rosselson
Narrator:
Anthony White
Produced By:
Sasha Moorsom

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