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Interesting Carpenter release

Hi all
Just thought I'd flag up this interesting forthcoming release of Kip's early work - unseen for many years. It's not as originally broadcast in 1971 evidently, but the re-edited version from 1980. It's still a surprising release though.

Hope everyone's enjoying the summer,


Re: Interesting Carpenter release

Hi Paul
The year of Kip's passing prompted me to do a piece to put up at our next meeting - alas there was no space to hang it in the tent. I have kept it for the future, but it is amazing just how much work Kip was involved in. He was an exceptional story teller and much under rated I feel. I hope that our club can serve to preserve his name and work as well as that of Catweazle.

Re: Interesting Carpenter release

Hi Carol
Well the club certainly does indeed do that - no doubt.

I was thinking that his writing would make a wonderful subject for an evening at the BFI actually. I know there was one many years back that I recall Simon went to, (Geoffrey was in attendance too). I think it was around the time when the videos first came out, but with his passing - well, I hope a tribute evening doesn't become too overdue. Perhaps Kip's family would like to suggest it some time as I am sure it would be a sellout event for them.

I think I still have to reply to your e-mail from some time ago. I really am a bad lad with my correspondence lately.

I hope your leg is feeling better carol. Will be in touch soon.

Pertie x