[Not located], Scotland
I.T.Jones Collection (1982, I.T.Jones & A.Cockburn)
Mr. Idwal Jones (Col.); Miss Ann Cockburn (Col.)
Radio Nottingham Phone-In: Tape and Notes
Com. 8th Jan.1982, Ref.L1-1
Tape and notes of a live phone-in on Radio Nottingham on Plough Monday 8/1/82
with the topic Plough Monday and Folk Customs. In the studio were Anne Cockburn
and Idwal Jones with the interviewer Ms.Freddie Gaunt
Tape Counter (10 = ca.35 seconds):
93-114: Introduction and discussion in studio
180-196: Discussion in studio on the ancient society of horsemen
196-242: Discussion in studio on mummers plays and IJ singing the Owd 'Oss song.
242-294: Fred Buckley phoning in re the Plough Monday play in Blidworth.
294-347: Ethel Glossop phoning in re the Plough Monday play in Cotgrave.
375-425: Charles from Long Eaton phoning in re customs in Norfolk relating to the ancient society of horsemen.
425-432: Announcement about the Calverton Plough Boys performing in Oxton and Epperstone on 9th and 10th January 1982.
437-472: IJ singing the version of Good Master and Good Mistress used by the Owd 'Oss Mummers and discussion in studio.
472-505: George from Nuthall phoning in re guising in Brinsley and Underwood.
505-535: Gerry Fearnley phoning in re an Old Horse play in Bulwell.
535-551: Studio discussion on New Year customs.
551-572: Ann Frett phoning in re play from Scotland.
572-575: Closing remarks.
I.T.Jones Collection (1982, A.Frett - a)
Mrs. Ann Frett (Inf.)
Radio Nottingham Phone-In: Ann Frett
Com. 8th Jan.1982, Ref.L1-6
Mrs. Ann Frett from Nuthall rang the phone-in. Over 60 years previously she,
her 2 brothers and 3 others used to do a play in Scotland that had been taught
to them by her mother. It featured the King of Macedonia, Golashes and a doctor.