Last in the series.
Chairman Shaw Taylor asks a jury consisting of Barbara Windsor, Wendy Richard and Michael Turner
to give their verdicts on some puzzling points of law.
With Joanna Myers , David Bannerman and Michael Turner.
Producer Sarah Smith
A new series presented by Stan Hugill , the only living shantyman, who sang the last shanty aboard a working sailboat.
In four programmes he describes and explains the background to the rich heritage of songs from
England's maritime past. He also tells stories from his personal experiences and demonstrates how a shanty is sung.
In tonight's programme he looks at capstan songs. Producer Neil George
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