Saturday, 26 March 2011

Talkback on the 21/03/10. Second Hour.

Right here we are as promised Christie Tucker Trying her best. I suppose at lest we had this program then, it was a two hour program with two people now only for a hour with news, weather & they play records on a Thursday evening with only one person. So there's the BBC working for the people! I think not.


Part 8.

Part 9.

Part 10.

Part 11.

Part 12.

Part 13.

Part 14.

Part 15.

So what do you think after listening to all that.


TheJerseyWay would like to Credit & Thank BBC Radio Jersey for making these recording's posible.


 

20 comments:

voiceforchildren said...

TJW.

It's difficult to know where to start in ripping apart Ian Le Marquand's fantasy world. However from the number 9 recording Le Marquand came out with the old "there were no cellars" sketch...............BOING

thejerseyway said...

VFC if they were only void's, why was there a bloody Bath down there?

With all that new concrete & new joist's, how can he say that there were never any cellar's.

voiceforchildren said...

TJW.

You asked "how can he say that there were never any cellar's."?

Well in part 14 he told us that the 65 teeth fell through a gap in the floorboard!!!! I have commented before that it's impossible to argue or make any sense of such poppy cock. Ian Le Marquand and his fantasy world can not be argued with using reason or rationale.

Anonymous said...

There are NO cellars down there any
more.There used to be a basement room when the bath was in use,but at some time in the past,(before 1950) the floor at that end of the building was lowered.Why,I dont know.
Its that simple.

There seems to be so much confusion on this point...how high is a cellar. As cieling heights are generally set to accomdate adults,it would be fair to assume the same for a cellar.To a child though, a large void could well be viewed to be a cellar.I have read one account of someones abuse in those 'rooms' in which he claims he walked along around down there with adults.That claim though does not fit the layout down there. So it casts doubt on his account.

Anonymous said...

A large part of the area above the 'cellars' was our playroom so it came as no surprise to me that teeth were found below.Over the years there must have been loads of teeth shed by us kids through natural means,which could well account for most of them.

Ian Evans said...

Incredible Le Marquand, suggesting that one needs more than crouching room to rape a child, or "it's just not feasible" !!!

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous said...

A large part of the area above the 'cellars' was our playroom so it came as no surprise to me that teeth were found below.Over the years there must have been loads of teeth shed by us kids through natural means,which could well account for most of them."

Now tell me something. Did that room have an uncarpeted floor with half inch gaps between many of the boards leading directly to a void below?

voiceforchildren said...

TJW.

Part three of exclusive interview with Graham Power QPM

Anonymous said...

"A large part of the area above the 'cellars' was our playroom so it came as no surprise to me that teeth were found below.Over the years there must have been loads of teeth shed by us kids through natural means,which could well account for most of them."

Really? Im no expert so please forgive me on this point, but do teeth just fall out of children's mouths in a play are that has no matting or carpet and then instead of being picked up for Gradwell's tooth fairy and 10p under the pillow they push them through gaps in the floorboards? This is just a thought

Ian Evans said...

IAN DOES A LITTLE DETECTIVE WORK

Anonymous said...

Having spent many hours polishing the Haut de la Garenne playroom floorboards,on my hands and knees,I can confidentally state that there was no carpet.
No carpet in the dormitories either,floorboards again, and a walkway of lino down the middle of the room.
As for gaps in the floorboards,I honestly cannot remember.
One thing I clearly recall about those boards is that it was damn easy to get a splinter!
The playroom must have been the busiest room in the place.Kids are renowned for pulling out their milk teeth and I cant see why, over a hundred years that some should not find their way under those boards.

voiceforchildren said...

TJW.

If you stick with the facts and evidence, they speak gor themselves

Anonymous said...

Before I antagonise anyone who is prone to jumping to conclusions without reading carefully what i have said,I will repeat that I wrote that SOME teeth may have dropped through the floorboards.
I am well aware that,according to experts, some teeth did not come out under natural circumstances.

Anonymous said...

The room above the deepest part of the void/cellar used to be a classroom for us younger ones run under the guidance of St.Martins primary school.
Of interest I hope, is this quote from the book 'Channel Children.


'The floor level of the classroom appears to have been lowered at some time, and also a new cieling put in,the windows and doors altered accordingly producing a gap between the dormitory floor above and the new school cieling below'.
'underneath..the room. Now robbed of its original height and entrance and containing a large communal bath to take perhaps, no doubt four boys or so at a time.

thejerseyway said...

Well me for one would not like to of taken a bath down there, how ever it looked like.

Anonymous said...

BBC Jersey radio has recently come under new management.

They have stopped regular phone ins and Sunday regular talkback.

It stands to reason that they have stopped these regular live phone ins and talkbacks because its election year and because damage could be done if they are not careful who they let on....

Its too late. Talkback, Sunday 21/03/10,more than enough damage to last at least a life time!?

Well done TJW.

Ian Evans said...

Be Affraid

Anonymous said...

Will you be recording the states tomorrow because I would like to hear the answers to bob hill's and trevor pitmans questions.

Ian Evans said...

Two of Stuart's bullies get it back today

BULLY 1

BULLY 2

Anonymous said...

Discovered an interesting paragraph on the HdlG police investigation report on:-
http://voiceforprotest.blogspot.com/2010/03/operation-rectangle-summary-report.html

Phase IV - Phase IV is characterised by sweeping, evidenced by changes in texture of the cellar fills and the presence of large numbers of plastic bristles and brush head fragments stuck through lower elements of the contexts. In terms of depositions in phase IV, these are (with the exception of a single coin) native in character - the room above the cellars remains a Play Room, and we have a profusion of glass marbles, toy soldiers, play money, farmyard animal figures)

This may help sceptics who have difficulty in believing that teeth can fall through floorboards. There must have been Gaps somewhere in the playroom boards for so many small toys to have fallen through