[Bell Historians] Heritage
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Wed Jan 14 10:52:15 GMT 2009
Absolutely agree - well done Philip Earis.
Having worked with Brian Blessed and knowing how tough live radio is, Philip
did a good job and made ringing seem intelligent, accessible and fun. And
even better - young.
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On Behalf Of Robert Lewis
Sent: 14 January 2009 10:47
To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Heritage
At 09:48 14/01/2009, George wrote:
>___ Very interesting to hear young Mr Earis on Radio 4 this am.
>I was amused to hear him on the heritage aspects knowing that the
>bells heard by many generations of 'alumnii' (his word) at a church
>in the centre of Cambridge are to be consigned to retirement & a
>brand new ring supplied.
I thought Philip did really well to get a word in edge ways with the
larger-than-life Brian Blessed dominating proceedings, and having
been branded early in the programme as a "geek" by presenter Libby Purves.
Most of what Philip said seemed eminently sensible and intelligible
to the lay person - including his parting shot that ringing is fun
and safe (in response to the inevitable "do you get hauled up to the
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