THIS BOOK IS A PUBLICATION THAT THE BBC TRIED TO STOP. IT TELLS A TRUE STORY OF HOW THE BBC ARE ABLE TO INFILTRATE THE MINDS OF ORDINARY PEOPLE USING TELEPATHY OR TELEPATHIC BROADCASTING. THEY DO... More > THIS TO HARRASS AND INTIMIDATE US ORDINARY PEOPLE AS A MEANS OF FUN. IT HAS BEEN LEFT UP TO MYSELF, ANTHONY HICKEY THE MAIN AUTHOR OF THIS BOOK TO EXPOSE THEM AND SUE THEM IN COURT FOR INVASION OF PRIVACY.< Less
this book is a real life expose of the illegal activities of the british broadcasting corporation who broadcast telepathically into the minds of ordinary people and try to destroy them just for fun.... More > they also use telepathy to cause scenes of violence and degredation in the streets of london and birmingham england. dirrrrty!< Less
Residents of Ordsall in East Manchester have been taking part in a BBC project called 'All Our Stories' in 2013, which encouraged people to collect stories and recollections from older people, about... More > life in the past and their former times. This has inspired the creative people to come up with new poems, stories and songs that use the energy obvious in the previous times and translate it into action for the future. This collection of writing is the second book from Ordsall Writers, and follows on from a successful volume in 2011. There may be many more to come.< Less
The Heritage Lottery Fund made cash available in 2013 for local groups to work with people on preserving their memories. It was part of the BBC's long-running campaign, 'All Our Stories', where... More > recollections were broadcast on Radio 4 on a regular basis. Ordsall Writers had a lot of pleasure in listening to recordings of people talking about former times, and were inspired to create new stories, poems, and songs, based on these donations.
They have collected these new works into a new book, the second set of writings from the group, and are proud to announce that the local Library has been so impressed with their efforts that a dedicated 'Ordsall Shelf' has been designated for the work of local authors. This was officially launched in the autumn of 2013 in the presence of local dignataries, residents, and media people.< Less
This is a Special Edition version of The Laughter File - Raising Money for BBC Children in Need. £3.00 from the sale of this book will benefit The BBC Children in Need Appeal, a company limited... More > by guarantee (charity number 802052 in England & Wales and SC039557 in Scotland)< Less
“The B.B.C. defames our past, poisons our present and places our future at desperate hazard. No nation can survive which is conditioned by a vast fifth-column serving forces which have a vested... More > interest in its obliteration as a sovereign, independent Realm.”
A.K. Chesterton< Less
this book is a true story of actual fact. it tells how the british broadcasting corporation have developed the use of telepathy (telepathic broadcasting). it tells how they use it to destroy ordinary... More > members of the public just for fun. it tells how they utilise a corrupt and dirty government and legal system to cover up for them by keeping brave and fearless campaigners like me from testifying in court. this book smashes that dirty cover up.< Less
This is a piano and violin arrangement of the taxi chase scene music in the Sherlock BBC series, which was composed by David Arnold and Michael Price.
This file includes the entire score with both... More > violin and piano, and individual sheet music for both instruments.< Less
Why was the BBC's opening programme shown twice on different days? Who produced the majority of pre-war BBC programmes? How was 'Doctor Who' created? What is the earliest surviving telerecording? How... More > many years did 'Sunday Night Theatre' make outstanding live plays? What shows were nearly made, but never completed? What character was originally called Tom Devises? This Research Guide gives detailed information on seventy years of BBC drama plays, series and serials. It’s all here: the great and the good; the one-offs and the soap operas; the sci-fi and the melodrama. Each volume is full of facts, fun and information about the origins of the BBC, including details of what survives in the archives. Regional programmes, school dramatisations and BBC test transmissions are included in detailed listings, and a selection of the finest radio output completes these staggering volumes.< Less