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GUEST,SB London Folk Song Cellar - eps 1 to 13 (16) RE: London Folk Song Cellar - eps 1 to 13 19 Feb 20


Its safe - we've been using it for years. Its based in the Czech Republic. Its a great site for uploading all kinds of stuff (non-porn) and currently seems to be immune from BBC takedown notices.

It is a cloud site, but does not stream and does not share via torrents.

There is a huge store of Dads Army, Clitheroe Kid, and other Beeb comedy programmes. These have been uploaded by various OTR fans and researchers. Currently we are researching and restoring Lines from my Grandfather's Forehead. The elusive S01E01 has just been uploaded. Search for 'lines'

All files are available for free downloading - although you have to choose 'Slow Download.' For 'fast' downloading you have to pay - that's their business model.

BTW you do not have to register to download files. But thats free and allows you to add comments to file descriptions

The LFSC files have been part of a 40-year rescue and restoration project covering BFBS, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Australia, New Zealand, and the USA. This culminated a few years ago when 13 trans' discs appeared on eBay. These were purchased for 800. It is these that have been uploaded to https://ulozto.net/hledej?type=audios&q=lfsc in FLAC format.

They are also available on pCloud but at MP3 320kbps.

Meanwhile there are programmes 14 to 39 to consider. We have most of them. No 28 is missing - it was never aired. We know of only one copy. It is not available for the project. Some of the programmes are missing items - they are the ones that are short from the usual 43 mins.

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