Wool Gathering

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19901008]

Producer: Ruth Prince

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901106]
GENOME:
[R4 BD=19901008]

Producer: Ruth Prince

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19901106]

Producer: Ruth Prince

Programme Catalogue - Details: WOOL GATHERING19901008

Producer: R. PRINCE

Description

SBH:Welsh Mountain Sheep. A montage of stories of exasperation and affection.

PRE:Havoc caused by escaped sheep in gardens and shops. They roll over cattle grids, or jump them; also jump from pen to pen at markets. RSPCA had to deal with lamb with paint tin jammed on its head - took 4 hours to catch. Rhondda sheep in a class of their own; will take no notice of shepherd and dog; will pine if moved away from their own area. 8'40" in - tale of ewe who would always find her way home. Individual qualities. They can jump 10 feet. Initiatives they use to get over fences. Knowledge of forthcoming weather. You do get attached to them. Tough & gregarious, like the Welsh people. OTN:YCFO39/90CC0228 TXN/TDT:R4 08-Oct-1990

Broadcast history

08 Oct 1990 21:00-21:15 (RADIO 4)

06 Nov 1990 20:30-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Ruth Prince (Producer)

Terry Williams (Speaker)

Phil Thomas (Speaker)

Alun Thomas (Speaker)

Christine Tuckett (Speaker)

Ralph Evans (Speaker)

Geoffrey Francis (Speaker)

Dai Jones (Speaker)

Michael Kilcoyne (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 435065

programme catalogue - details: Wool Gathering19901008

BBC Programme Number: 90CC0228

Recorded on 1990-09-26

Producer: R. PRINCE

Notes: CAIRS 435065

Description

SBH:Welsh Mountain Sheep. A montage of stories of exasperation and affection.

PRE:Havoc caused by escaped sheep in gardens and shops. They roll over cattle grids, or jump them; also jump from pen to pen at markets. RSPCA had to deal with lamb with paint tin jammed on its head - took 4 hours to catch. Rhondda sheep in a class of their own; will take no notice of shepherd and dog; will pine if moved away from their own area. 8'40" in - tale of ewe who would always find her way home. Individual qualities. They can jump 10 feet. Initiatives they use to get over fences. Knowledge of forthcoming weather. You do get attached to them. Tough & gregarious, like the Welsh people. OTN:YCFO39/90CC0228 TXN/TDT:R4 08-Oct-1990

Broadcast history

08 Oct 1990 21:00-21:15 (RADIO 4)

06 Nov 1990 20:30-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Ruth Prince (Producer)

Terry Williams (Speaker)

Phil Thomas (Speaker)

Alun Thomas (Speaker)

Christine Tuckett (Speaker)

Ralph Evans (Speaker)

Geoffrey Francis (Speaker)

Dai Jones (Speaker)

Michael Kilcoyne (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Wool Gathering19901008

Producer: R. PRINCE

Description

SBH:Welsh Mountain Sheep. A montage of stories of exasperation and affection.

PRE:Havoc caused by escaped sheep in gardens and shops. They roll over cattle grids, or jump them; also jump from pen to pen at markets. RSPCA had to deal with lamb with paint tin jammed on its head - took 4 hours to catch. Rhondda sheep in a class of their own; will take no notice of shepherd and dog; will pine if moved away from their own area. 8'40" in - tale of ewe who would always find her way home. Individual qualities. They can jump 10 feet. Initiatives they use to get over fences. Knowledge of forthcoming weather. You do get attached to them. Tough & gregarious, like the Welsh people. OTN:YCFO39/90CC0228 TXN/TDT:R4 08-Oct-1990

Broadcast history

08 Oct 1990 21:00-21:15 (RADIO 4)

06 Nov 1990 20:30-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Ruth Prince (Producer)

Terry Williams (Speaker)

Phil Thomas (Speaker)

Alun Thomas (Speaker)

Christine Tuckett (Speaker)

Ralph Evans (Speaker)

Geoffrey Francis (Speaker)

Dai Jones (Speaker)

Michael Kilcoyne (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 435065.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Wool Gathering19901008

Producer: R. PRINCE

Description

SBH:Welsh Mountain Sheep. A montage of stories of exasperation and affection.

PRE:Havoc caused by escaped sheep in gardens and shops. They roll over cattle grids, or jump them; also jump from pen to pen at markets. RSPCA had to deal with lamb with paint tin jammed on its head - took 4 hours to catch. Rhondda sheep in a class of their own; will take no notice of shepherd and dog; will pine if moved away from their own area. 8'40" in - tale of ewe who would always find her way home. Individual qualities. They can jump 10 feet. Initiatives they use to get over fences. Knowledge of forthcoming weather. You do get attached to them. Tough & gregarious, like the Welsh people. OTN:YCFO39/90CC0228 TXN/TDT:R4 08-Oct-1990

Broadcast history

08 Oct 1990 21:00-21:15 (RADIO 4)

06 Nov 1990 20:30-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Ruth Prince (Producer)

Terry Williams (Speaker)

Phil Thomas (Speaker)

Alun Thomas (Speaker)

Christine Tuckett (Speaker)

Ralph Evans (Speaker)

Geoffrey Francis (Speaker)

Dai Jones (Speaker)

Michael Kilcoyne (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 435065.

Programme Catalogue - Details: WOOL GATHERING19901106

First broadcast on 1990-10-08

Producer: R. PRINCE

Description

SBH:Welsh Mountain Sheep. A montage of stories of exasperation and affection.

PRE:Havoc caused by escaped sheep in gardens and shops. They roll over cattle grids, or jump them; also jump from pen to pen at markets. RSPCA had to deal with lamb with paint tin jammed on its head - took 4 hours to catch. Rhondda sheep in a class of their own; will take no notice of shepherd and dog; will pine if moved away from their own area. 8'40" in - tale of ewe who would always find her way home. Individual qualities. They can jump 10 feet. Initiatives they use to get over fences. Knowledge of forthcoming weather. You do get attached to them. Tough & gregarious, like the Welsh people. OTN:YCFO39/90CC0228 TXN/TDT:R4 08-Oct-1990

Broadcast history

08 Oct 1990 21:00-21:15 (RADIO 4)

06 Nov 1990 20:30-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Ruth Prince (Producer)

Terry Williams (Speaker)

Phil Thomas (Speaker)

Alun Thomas (Speaker)

Christine Tuckett (Speaker)

Ralph Evans (Speaker)

Geoffrey Francis (Speaker)

Dai Jones (Speaker)

Michael Kilcoyne (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 435065

programme catalogue - details: Wool Gathering19901106

BBC Programme Number: 90CC0228

First broadcast on 1990-10-08

Recorded on 1990-09-26

Producer: R. PRINCE

Notes: CAIRS 435065

Description

SBH:Welsh Mountain Sheep. A montage of stories of exasperation and affection.

PRE:Havoc caused by escaped sheep in gardens and shops. They roll over cattle grids, or jump them; also jump from pen to pen at markets. RSPCA had to deal with lamb with paint tin jammed on its head - took 4 hours to catch. Rhondda sheep in a class of their own; will take no notice of shepherd and dog; will pine if moved away from their own area. 8'40" in - tale of ewe who would always find her way home. Individual qualities. They can jump 10 feet. Initiatives they use to get over fences. Knowledge of forthcoming weather. You do get attached to them. Tough & gregarious, like the Welsh people. OTN:YCFO39/90CC0228 TXN/TDT:R4 08-Oct-1990

Broadcast history

08 Oct 1990 21:00-21:15 (RADIO 4)

06 Nov 1990 20:30-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Ruth Prince (Producer)

Terry Williams (Speaker)

Phil Thomas (Speaker)

Alun Thomas (Speaker)

Christine Tuckett (Speaker)

Ralph Evans (Speaker)

Geoffrey Francis (Speaker)

Dai Jones (Speaker)

Michael Kilcoyne (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Wool Gathering19901106

First broadcast on 1990-10-08

Producer: R. PRINCE

Description

SBH:Welsh Mountain Sheep. A montage of stories of exasperation and affection.

PRE:Havoc caused by escaped sheep in gardens and shops. They roll over cattle grids, or jump them; also jump from pen to pen at markets. RSPCA had to deal with lamb with paint tin jammed on its head - took 4 hours to catch. Rhondda sheep in a class of their own; will take no notice of shepherd and dog; will pine if moved away from their own area. 8'40" in - tale of ewe who would always find her way home. Individual qualities. They can jump 10 feet. Initiatives they use to get over fences. Knowledge of forthcoming weather. You do get attached to them. Tough & gregarious, like the Welsh people. OTN:YCFO39/90CC0228 TXN/TDT:R4 08-Oct-1990

Broadcast history

08 Oct 1990 21:00-21:15 (RADIO 4)

06 Nov 1990 20:30-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Ruth Prince (Producer)

Terry Williams (Speaker)

Phil Thomas (Speaker)

Alun Thomas (Speaker)

Christine Tuckett (Speaker)

Ralph Evans (Speaker)

Geoffrey Francis (Speaker)

Dai Jones (Speaker)

Michael Kilcoyne (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 435065.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Wool Gathering19901106

First broadcast on 1990-10-08

Producer: R. PRINCE

Description

SBH:Welsh Mountain Sheep. A montage of stories of exasperation and affection.

PRE:Havoc caused by escaped sheep in gardens and shops. They roll over cattle grids, or jump them; also jump from pen to pen at markets. RSPCA had to deal with lamb with paint tin jammed on its head - took 4 hours to catch. Rhondda sheep in a class of their own; will take no notice of shepherd and dog; will pine if moved away from their own area. 8'40" in - tale of ewe who would always find her way home. Individual qualities. They can jump 10 feet. Initiatives they use to get over fences. Knowledge of forthcoming weather. You do get attached to them. Tough & gregarious, like the Welsh people. OTN:YCFO39/90CC0228 TXN/TDT:R4 08-Oct-1990

Broadcast history

08 Oct 1990 21:00-21:15 (RADIO 4)

06 Nov 1990 20:30-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Ruth Prince (Producer)

Terry Williams (Speaker)

Phil Thomas (Speaker)

Alun Thomas (Speaker)

Christine Tuckett (Speaker)

Ralph Evans (Speaker)

Geoffrey Francis (Speaker)

Dai Jones (Speaker)

Michael Kilcoyne (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 435065.

programme catalogue - station

Radio 4