The Goon Show

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


110032. The Goon Show. July 23, 1951. BBC. A rebroadcast on "London Enterains," on which an extract from "Crazy People," ("The Goon Show") is played. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan, Michael Bentine, Ray Ellington. 5:17. Audio condition: Good. Excerpt.

110006. The Goon Show. January 22, 1952. BBC. The first show of the 2nd season. Since the previous programs were referred to as, "Crazy People," a case can be made that this is the first "Goon Show" ever. Building the Suez Canal. "What will broadcasting be like in 1999?" "The Quest For The Abominable Snowman." Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Michael Bentine, Andrew Timothy (announcer), The Stargazers, Larry Stephens (writer), Jimmy Grafton (editor), Dennis Main Wilson (producer), Max Geldray (deleted from this recording). 27:15. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

110007. The Goon Show. February 5, 1952. BBC. The "Crystal Palace" project. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Michael Bentine, Andrew Timothy (announcer), The Stargazers, Larry Stephens (writer), Jimmy Grafton (editor), Dennis Main Wilson (producer), Max Geldray. 27:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

109325. The Goon Show. April 28, 1953. BBC. "The Ascent Of Mount Everest". The first 15:02 of the program. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Jimmy Grafton (writer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor, note: some confusion exists about Wally Stott. In 1972, he underwent a sex change operation and began using the name "Angela Morley." Since his/her connection with the show ended well before 1972, all "conductor" credits for this series are listed as Wally Stott."), Peter Eton (producer). 15:02. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

109935. The Goon Show. October 3, 1953. BBC. "The Dreaded Piano Clubber". The script was produced again on March 23, 1958 and broadcast December 26, 1958 (see cat. #109992). Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Peter Eton (producer), Andrew Timothy (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 27:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110008. The Goon Show. October 9, 1953. BBC. "The Man Who Tried To Destroy London's Monuments". The first skit is about becoming a lifeguard at Brighton. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Peter Eton (producer), Max Geldray (deleted from this recording), Andrew Timothy (announcer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 27:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

110009. The Goon Show. October 16, 1953. BBC. "The Ghastly Experiments Of Dr. Hans Eidelburger". "The Mount Everest Project." Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Andrew Timothy (announcer), Peter Eton (producer), The Ray Ellington Quartet (deleted), Max Geldray (deleted), Wally Stott (conductor). 26:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

110010. The Goon Show. January 8, 1954. BBC. "The Missing Prime Minister". This script was produced again on November 3, 1957, but was not heard in the U.K. (see cat. #110014). Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Peter Eton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet. 28:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110011. The Goon Show. January 29, 1954. BBC. "The History Of Communications". Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Peter Eton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 29:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6747. The Goon Show. February 15, 1954. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Case Of The Vanishing Room". Syndicated rebroadcast date: March, 1970. See cat. #109981 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. The script was subsequently produced on December 15, 1957 (see cat. #110005). Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109981. The Goon Show. February 15, 1954. BBC. "The Case Of The Vanishing Room". See cat. #6747 for a recording of this program as it was heard in the United States. This script was subsequently produced on December 15, 1957 (see cat. #110005). Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 27:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6746. The Goon Show. March 1, 1954. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Greatest Mountain In The World". Syndicated rebroadcast date: March 14, 1970. See cat. #109296 for the program as broadcast in the U.K. This script was subsequently produced on October 20, 1957 and broadcast on September 28, 1958 (see cat. #109926). Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer), Harry Secombe, Max Geldray. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109296. The Goon Show. March 1, 1954. BBC. "The Greatest Mountain In The World". See cat. #6746 for a U.S. syndicated version of this program. The script was subsequently produced on October 20, 1957 and broadcast on September 28, 1958 (see cat. #109926). Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Peter Eton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 30:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110012. The Goon Show. March 8, 1954. BBC. "The Collapse Of The British Railways Sandwich System". The story is similar to, "The Mustard and Cress Shortage" (#109958), Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Peter Eton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Max Geldray (partially deleted from this recording), The Ray Ellington Quartet (partially deleted from this recording). 26:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

109989. The Goon Show. March 15, 1954. BBC. "The Silent Bugler". The script was produced again on February 23, 1958 (see cat. #110020). Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Peter Eton (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade (announcer). 29:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6748. The Goon Show. March 29, 1954. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Saga Of The Internal Mountain". Syndicated rebroadcast date: March 24, 1970. See cat. #109938 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109938. The Goon Show. March 29, 1954. BBC. "The Saga Of The Internal Mountain". The program was recorded on the above date, but was not heard in Great Britain until December 28, 1986. See cat. #6748 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. A detailed British weather report follows the program, and a most unusual brief weather report from Sydney concludes the recording. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Peter Eton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Charles Chilton (announced as producer). 31:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43280. The Goon Show. April 12, 1954. BBC. "The Great Bank Of England Robbery". See cat. #6749 for a recording of this program as syndicated in the U.S. The script was produced again on March 2, 1958 and broadcast on October 20, 1958 (see cat. #109986). Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 29:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6749. The Goon Show. April 12, 1954. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Great Bank Of England Robbery". Syndicated rebroadcast date: March 31, 1970. See cat. #43280 for this program as heard in the U.K. This script was produced again on March 2, 1958 and rebroadcast on October 20, 1958 (see cat. #109986). Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109927. The Goon Show. August 31, 1954. BBC Home Service. "The Starlings". The program was produced on tape and edited together. There was no audience or live music. This rebroadcast, on December 25, 1989 features an introduction by Spike Milligan, who sounds considerably older than he does during the show. The program was recorded August 11, 1954 and August 12, 1954. It's a gem of "Goonery." BBC news follows the program and includes an excerpt from an address by the Queen. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer, host), Andrew Timothy (announcer, performer), Peter Eton (producer), Queen Elizabeth. 31:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6740. The Goon Show. September 28, 1954. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Whistling Spy Enigma". Syndicated rebroadcast date: January 6, 1970. See cat. #109885 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

109885. The Goon Show. September 28, 1954. BBC. "The Whistling Spy Enigma". See cat. #6740 for a recording of this program as syndicated in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer), Peter Eton (producer). 27:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

10422. The Goon Show. October 5, 1954. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Lost Goldmine (of Charlotte)". Syndicated rebroadcast date: July 18, 1970. The program is announced as, "Death In The Desert." See cat. #109902 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109902. The Goon Show. October 5, 1954. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service syndication. "The Lost Goldmine (of Charlotte)". See cat. #10422 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. The program is announced as, "Death In The Desert." The program was syndicated as part of the seriers, "Pick Of The Goons." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 26:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43285. The Goon Show. October 12, 1954. BBC. "The Dreaded Batter-Pudding Hurler (Of Bexhill-On-Sea)". The program is announced as, "The Terror Of Bexhill-On-Sea." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 29:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109291. The Goon Show. October 19, 1954. BBC. "The Phantom Head Shaver (of Brighton)". Spike Milligan (performer, writer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Peter Eton (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe. 31:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6741. The Goon Show. October 26, 1954. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Affair Of The Lone Banana". Syndicated rebroadcast date: January 20, 1970. See cat. #109984 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109984. The Goon Show. October 26, 1954. BBC. "The Affair Of The Lone Banana". See cat. #6741 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 26:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109903. The Goon Show. November 2, 1954. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service syndication. "The Canal". The program was syndicated as part of, "The Pick Of The Goons" series. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Valentine Dyall, Peter Eton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 26:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43286. The Goon Show. November 9, 1954. BBC. "Lurgi Strikes Britain" or "The Lurgi Strikes Again". The story title is not coherently announced. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer), Eric Sykes (writer). 27:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7854. The Goon Show. November 16, 1954. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Mystery Of The Marie Celeste (Solved)". Syndicated rebroadcast date: August 1, 1970. See cat. #109297 for the program as heard in the U.K. Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Eric Sykes (writer), Peter Eton (producer), Harry Secombe, Max Geldray. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109297. The Goon Show. November 16, 1954. BBC. "The Mystery Of The Marie Celeste (Solved)". See cat. #7854 for the program as syndicated in the U.S. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Peter Eton (producer), Max Geldray, Wally Stott (conductor), Eric Sykes (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer). 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43287. The Goon Show. November 23, 1954. BBC. "The Last Tram (From Clapham)". Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Eric Sykes (writer), Peter Eton (producer). 30:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43294. The Goon Show. November 30, 1954. BBC. "The Booted Gorilla (Found?)". Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Eric Sykes (writer), Peter Eton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43295. The Goon Show. December 7, 1954. BBC. "The Spanish Suitcase". Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer), Eric Sykes (writer). 31:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109907. The Goon Show. December 14, 1954. BBC. "Dishonoured". The story is also known as, "The Fall Of Neddie Seagoon." Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Peter Eton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Eric Sykes (writer), Wally Stott (conductor). 29:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43288. The Goon Show. December 21, 1954. BBC. "Forog". Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Eric Sykes (writer), Peter Eton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43284. The Goon Show. December 28, 1954. BBC. "Ye Bandit Of Sherwood Forest". This program was recorded December 19, 1954. The script was used as the basis for a program recorded December 2, 1956 and not broadcast in the U.K. until December 25, 1988 (see cat. #109930). The program is introcued as, "Robin Hood and His Merry Mon" [sic]. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Eric Sykes (writer), Peter Eton (producer), Charlotte Mitchell. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109886. The Goon Show. January 4, 1955. BBC. "1985". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Eric Sykes, Bruce Campbell (conductor), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Peter Eton (producer). 28:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7856. The Goon Show. January 11, 1955. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Case Of The Missing Heir". Syndicated rebroadcast date: August 4, 1956. See cat. #5964 for the NBC net rebroadcast of this program, in poorer audio condition. The story is also known as, "The Rightful Heir." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Eric Sykes (writer), Peter Eton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5964. The Goon Show. January 11, 1955. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service syndication. "The Case Of The Missing Heir". The story title is not coherently announced. See cat. #7856 for a recording of the program as heard in the U.S. The story is also known as, "The Rightful Heir." The program was syndicated as part of the series, "Pick Of The Goons." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer), Eric Sykes (writer). 26:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110002. The Goon Show. January 18, 1955. BBC. "China Story". The script was subsequently produced on August 29, 1956 (see cat. #109951). Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Eric Sykes (writer). 17:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

109310. The Goon Show. January 25, 1955. BBC. "Under Two Floorboards...A Story Of The Legion". The story title is not announced coherently. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Eric Sykes (writer), Peter Eton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, Wally Stott (conductor), The Ray Ellington Quartet. 30:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5965. The Goon Show. February 1, 1955. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service syndication. "The Missing Scroll". The program is announced as, "The Lost Music Of Purdom." Released as part of the series, "Pick Of The Goons." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Eric Sykes (writer), Peter Eton (producer). 26:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5956. The Goon Show. February 15, 1955. BBC origination/syndication, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Sinking Of Westminster Pier". Sustaining. See cat. #109311 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Eric Sykes (writer), Peter Eton (producer). 28:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109311. The Goon Show. February 15, 1955. BBC. "The Sinking Of Westminster Pier". See cat. #5956 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Eric Sykes (writer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer). 30:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43289. The Goon Show. February 22, 1955. BBC. "The Fireball Of Milton Street". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Eric Sykes (writer), Peter Eton (producer), Harry Secombe, Max Geldray. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43290. The Goon Show. March 1, 1955. BBC. "The Six Ingots Of Leadenhall Street". Sustaining. The story is also known as, "The Terrible Of Moreton's Bank." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Eric Sykes (writer), Peter Eton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43291. The Goon Show. March 8, 1955. BBC. "The Yehti". Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Eric Sykes (writer), Peter Eton (producer). 32:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109299. The Goon Show. March 15, 1955. BBC. "The White Box Of Great Bardfield". The title is not announced coherently. Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Eric Sykes (wrtier), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer). 30:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5957. The Goon Show. March 22, 1955. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service syndication. "The End" or "Confessions Of A Secret Senna-Pod Drinker". The title, "Confessions Of A Secret Senna-Pod Drinker" was only used in syndication. Syndicated as part of, "The Pick Of The Goons" series. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Eric Sykes (writer), Peter Eton (producer). 27:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43292. The Goon Show. September 20, 1955. BBC. "Seagoon MCC" or "The Man Who Won The War". Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, perfromer), Eric Sykes (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43293. The Goon Show. September 27, 1955. BBC. "The Secret Escritoire". Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Eric Sykes (writer), Peter Eton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109292. The Goon Show. October 4, 1955. BBC. "The Lost Emperor". The title is not coherently announced. Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Peter Eton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe. 29:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6742. The Goon Show. October 11, 1955. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "Napoleon's Piano". Syndicated rebroadcast date: January 27, 1970. The program is also known (in error) as, "The Sale Of Manhattan." See cat. #109888 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Peter Eton (producer), Wally Stott (conductor). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109888. The Goon Show. October 11, 1955. BBC. "Napoleon's Piano". The program is also known (in error) as, "The Sale Of Manhattan." See cat. #6742 for a recording of this program as syndicated in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 26:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109898. The Goon Show. October 18, 1955. BBC. "The Case Of The Missing CD Plates". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Wally Stott (conductor), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Peter Eton (producer). 29:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5958. The Goon Show. October 25, 1955. BBC. "Rommel's Treasure". The story title is also known as, "The Search For Rommel's Treasure." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71700. The Goon Show. November 1, 1955. BBC. "Foiled By President Fred". The program is announced as, "In Honour Bound." Spike Milligan (performer, writer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Peter Sellers, Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer), Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet. 19:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

5959. The Goon Show. November 8, 1955. BBC. "Shangri-La Again" or "Lost Horizontally". The program is announced as, "Lost Horizon" or "Lost Horizontally." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 26:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5960. The Goon Show. November 15, 1955. BBC. "The International Christmas Pudding". The story title is also known as, "The Great International Christmas Pudding." This broadcast was postponed to January 10, 1956. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer), Jim Pills. 27:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5961. The Goon Show. November 29, 1955. BBC. "The Sale Of Manhattan" or "The Lost Colony". Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109959. The Goon Show. December 6, 1955. BBC. "The Terrible Revenge Of Fred Fumanchu". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Peter Eton (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade (announcer). 30:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109945. The Goon Show. December 13, 1955. BBC. "The Lost Year". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 28:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109895. The Goon Show. December 18, 1955. BBC. "The Greenslade Story" or "Winds, Light To Variable". The program has also been dated December 20, 1955. Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, John Snagge, Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer, performer), Peter Eton (producer), Wally Stott (conductor). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

93902. The Goon Show. December 27, 1955. BBC. "The Pevensey Bay Disaster". The show was recorded November 20, 1955 and was originally scheduled for broadcast on November 22, 1955. Because the program involved a train crash and a train did actually crash at the time of broadcast, it was rescheduled to December 27, 1955 and the name changed to, "The Hastings Flyer--Robbed" (see cat. #109326). The original reading of the script was actually broadcast about April 3, 1956. Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade, Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe. 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109326. The Goon Show. December 27, 1955. BBC. "The Hastings Flyer...Robbed". The script is the same as, "The Pevensey Bay Disaster" (see cat. #93902. The program was recorded December 18, 1954. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 28:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109948. The Goon Show. January 3, 1956. BBC. "The Mighty Wurlitzer". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Peter Eton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 28:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109298. The Goon Show. January 17, 1956. BBC. "Tales Of Montmartre". Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Peter Eton (producer), Eric Sykes (writer), Charlotte Mitchell, Wally Stott (conductor). 28:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43282. The Goon Show. January 24, 1956. BBC. "The Jet-Propelled Guided NAAFI". The story title is not coherently announced. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 29:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109966. The Goon Show. January 31, 1956. BBC. "The House Of Teeth". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Valentine Dyall, Peter Eton (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor). 26:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109327. The Goon Show. February 7, 1956. BBC origination, EMI commercial release. "Tales Of Old Dartmoor". Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Peter Eton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Bruce Campbell (conductor). 21:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

109899. The Goon Show. February 14, 1956. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service syndication. "The Choking Horror". Released in syndication as part of, "The Pick Of The Goons" series. Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Wallace Greenslade (anouncer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Pat Dixon (producer), Bruce Campbell (conductor), Wally Stott (conductor). 26:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109918. The Goon Show. February 21, 1956. BBC. "The Great Tuscan Salami Scandal". There is no music on this program; there was a musician's strike in the U.K. at the time. On the other hand, Spike Milligan gets to sing his own song, "I'm Walking Backwards For Christmas." Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Pat Dixon (producer), John Snagge, Wally Stott (conductor). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7855. The Goon Show. February 28, 1956. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Treasure Of Loch Lomond". Syndicated rebroadcast date: September 29, 1970. See cat. #109896 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. The story is also known as, "The Treasure In The Lake." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Bruce Campbell (conductor), Pat Dixon (producer), Adolphos Spriggs. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109894. The Goon Show. February 28, 1956. BBC. "The Treasure Of Loch Lomond". See cat. #7855 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. The story is also known as, "The Treasure In The Lake." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Bruce Campbell (conductor), Pat Dixon (producer), Adolphos Spriggs. 26:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109921. The Goon Show. March 6, 1956. BBC. "The Fear Of Wages". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Larry Stephens (writer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Pat Dixon (producer), Wally Stott (conductor). 28:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6744. The Goon Show. March 13, 1956. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "Scradje". Syndicated rebroadcast date: February 10, 1970. See cat. #109974 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer), John Snagge (pre-recorded). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109974. The Goon Show. March 13, 1956. BBC. "Scradje". See cat. #6744 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Max Geldray, Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer), John Snagge (pre-recorded). 27:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6750. The Goon Show. March 20, 1956. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Man Who Never Was". Syndicated rebroadcast date: April 7, 1970. This script was used again on the BBC on February 17, 1958 (see cat. #109896). Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110013. The Goon Show. April 11, 1956. BBC. "The Sleeping Prince". The date above is the recording date. The show was not broadcast until February 14, 1957. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer), Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet. 28:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109951. The Goon Show. August 29, 1956. BBC. "China Story". This program was recorded on August 24, 1956 at the "National Radio Show." The script was previously produced and broadcast on January 18, 1955 (see cat. #110002). Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Eric Sykes (writer), Dennis Main Wilson, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 29:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106013. The Goon Show. October 4, 1956. BBC. "The Nasty Affair At The Burami Oasis". This is a rehearsal recording, no music is heard. See cat. #109893 for a recording of this program as broadcast. This is followed by two retakes from the "Robin Hood" show and Petger Sellers recordings. "Neddie In The Loo" (this is a trumpet solo of "The Nearness Of You" with sounds heard in a loo). "The Dipso Calypso," "Never Never Land" (in the voice of Jimmy Durante), "The Ladies Of Calcutta," "Jakka and The Flying Saucer" (a children's record). Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Peter Eton (producer). 56:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109893. The Goon Show. October 4, 1956. BBC. "The Nasty Affair At The Burami Oasis". See cat. #106013 for a rehearsal recording of this program. Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade (announced), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Peter Eaton (producer). 26:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109294. The Goon Show. October 11, 1956. BBC. "Drums Along The Mersey". Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Valentine Dyall, Peter Eton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 31:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43283. The Goon Show. October 18, 1956. BBC. "The Nadger Plague". The story title is announced as, "The Great Nadger Plague." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Pat Dixon (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109954. The Goon Show. October 25, 1956. BBC. "The MacReekie Rising Of '74". Spike Milligan does not appear on this program. Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer), George Chisholm. 19:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

109901. The Goon Show. November 1, 1956. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service syndication. "The Spectre Of Tintagel". Syndicated as part of the BBC's "Pick Of The Goons" series. The broadcast date may be November 8, 1956. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Peter Eton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Valentine Dyall, Wally Stott (conductor). 26:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109314. The Goon Show. November 15, 1956. BBC. "The Great Bank Robbery". Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 31:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7853. The Goon Show. November 22, 1956. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Personal Narrative Of Captain Neddie Seagoon R.N.". The program is also known as, "Personal Narrative." Syndicated rebroadcast date: October 13, 1970. See cat. #109900 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Pat Dixon (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

109900. The Goon Show. November 22, 1956. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service syndication. "The Personal Narrative Of Captain Neddie Seagoon R.N.". The program is also known as, "Personal Narrative." Syndicated release as part of, "The Pick Of The Goons" series." See cat. #7853 for a recording of this program as released in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Peter Sellers, Max Geldray, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Pat Dixon (producer). 27:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5954. The Goon Show. November 29, 1956. BBC. "The Mystery Of The Fake Neddie Seagoons". The story is also known as, "The Case Of The Fake Neddie Seagoon" and "The Great Art Mystery." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer). 31:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109930. The Goon Show. December 2, 1956. BBC. "Robin Hood". This program was recorded on the above date for the BBC Transcription Service and not heard in Great Britain until December 25, 1988. The script was based on the program of December 28, 1954, "Ye Bandit Of Sherwood Forest" (see cat. #43284). The program was announced as, "Robin Hood and His Merry Mon" [sic]. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Dennis Price, Valentine Dyall, Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Pat Dixon (producer), Larry Stephens (writer). 30:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43281. The Goon Show. December 5, 1956. BBC. "What's My Line?". Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Pat Dixon (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66. The Goon Show. December 13, 1956. BBC. "The Telephone". Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Pat Dixon (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6751. The Goon Show. December 20, 1956. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Flea". Syndicated rebroadcast date: April 21, 1970. See cat. #109889 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Pat Dixon (producer), Wally Stott (conductor). 30:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109889. The Goon Show. December 20, 1956. BBC. "The Flea". See cat. #6751 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Larry Stephens (writer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Pat Dixon (producer), Wally Stott (conductor). 26:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109969. The Goon Show. December 24, 1956. BBC General Overseas Service. "Operation Christmas Duff". A broadcast intended for British forces overseas, the "Trans-Antarctic Expedition, The Falkland Islands Dependency Survey Team and the Royal Society Expedition to Halley Bay. It was not heard in the U.K. (except by those within Britain who listened to it on shortwave, until December 25, 1986. Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 30:01. Audio condition: Very good to excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

7447. The Goon Show. December 26, 1956. BBC. "Six Charlies In Search Of An Author". Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, producer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5963. The Goon Show. January 3, 1957. BBC. "Emperor Of The Universe" ("Bulldog Seagoon's First Case"). The program was recorded December 23, 1956. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer). 28:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7448. The Goon Show. January 10, 1957. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service. "Wings Over Dagenham". The program was recorded December 30, 1956. The program was syndicated as part of, "The Pick Of The Goons." Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), George Chisholm, Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer), Wally Stott (conductor). 27:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109883. The Goon Show. January 17, 1957. BBC. "The Rent Collectors". The program was recorded December 30, 1956. Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Bernard Miles, Larry Stephens (writer), Wally Stott (conductor), Max Geldray, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Pat Dixon (producer), The Ray Ellington Quartet. 27:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7857. The Goon Show. January 24, 1957. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "Shifting Sands". Syndicated rebroadcast date: October 27, 1970. The story title is also known as, "The Shifting Sands Of Waziristan." See cat. #109887 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Jack Train, Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer). 30:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109887. The Goon Show. January 24, 1957. BBC. "Shifting Sands". The story title is also known as, "The Shifting Sands Of Waziristan." See cat. #7857 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Jack Train, Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer). 28:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7449. The Goon Show. January 31, 1957. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Moon Show". Syndicated rebroadcast date: May 3, 1970. See cat. #109975 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Pat Dixon (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109975. The Goon Show. January 31, 1957. BBC. "The Moon Show". See cat. #7449 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Pat Dixon (producer). 25:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7450. The Goon Show. February 7, 1957. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Mysterious Punch-Up-The-Conker" ("The Leather Omnibus"). Syndicated rebroadcast date: May 6, 1970. The story title is not coherently announced. See cat. #109312 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer), Eric Sykes (writer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109312. The Goon Show. February 7, 1957. BBC. "The Mysterious Punch-Up-The-Conker" ("The Leather Omnibus"). The story title is not coherently announced. See cat. #7450 for a recording of this program as it was heard in the U.S. Peter Sellers, Max Geldray, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer), Eric Sykes (writer). 30:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7852. The Goon Show. February 21, 1957. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "Round The World In Eighty Days". Syndicated rebroadcast date: May 17, 1970. See cat. #110004 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110004. The Goon Show. February 21, 1957. BBC. "Round The World In Eighty Days". See cat. #7852 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer). 26:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7451. The Goon Show. February 28, 1957. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "Insurance, The White Man's Burden". Syndicated rebroadcast date: May 19, 1970. See cat. #109978 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Pat Dixon (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109978. The Goon Show. February 28, 1957. BBC. "Insurance, The White Man's Burden". See cat. #7451 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. Don't miss Wallace Greenslade singing rock and roll! Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Pat Dixon (producer). 26:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5953. The Goon Show. March 6, 1957. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service syndication. "The Africa Ship Canal". The story is also known as, "The Great Trans-Africa Aeroplane Canal" and "The Great Trans-Africa Canal." The program was syndicated as part of the, "Pick Of The Goons" series. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Pat Dixon (producer). 26:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5962. The Goon Show. March 14, 1957. BBC. "Ill Met By Goonlight". Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Pat Dixon (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7858. The Goon Show. March 21, 1957. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Missing Boa Constrictor". Syndicated rebroadcast date: November 10, 1970. The title is not coherently announced. The story is also known as, "The Birmingham Ring Road Construction." See cat. #109904 for a recording of this origram as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer), Max Geldray. 28:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109904. The Goon Show. March 21, 1957. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service syndication. "The Missing Boa Constrictor". The program was syndicated as part of, "Pick Of The Goons." See cat. #7858 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. The story is also known as, "The Birmingham Ring Road Construction." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Max Geldray, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Wally Stott (conductor), Pat Dixon (producer). 26:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43296. The Goon Show. March 28, 1957. BBC. "The Histories Of Pliny The Elder". Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Pat Dixon (producer). 29:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109972. The Goon Show. September 30, 1957. BBC. "Spon". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Dick Emery, Charles Chilton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 29:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109321. The Goon Show. October 7, 1957. BBC. "The Junk Affair". The story title is not coherently announced. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Charles Chilton (producer). 30:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7862. The Goon Show. October 14, 1957. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Burning Embassy" ("Firechief Seagoon"). Syndicated rebroadcast date: December 15, 1970. The title is not coherently announced. See cat. #109322 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Charles Chilton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109322. The Goon Show. October 14, 1957. BBC. "The Burning Embassy" ("Firechief Seagoon"). The title is not coherently announced. See cat. #7862 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Charles Chilton (producer). 31:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7452. The Goon Show. October 21, 1957. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Great Regent's Park Swim". Syndicated rebroadcast date: June 2, 1970. See cat. #109982 for a recording of this program as hear in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Charles Chilton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109982. The Goon Show. October 21, 1957. BBC. "The Great Regent's Park Swim". See cat. #7452 for a recording of this program as it was heard in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Charles Chilton (producer). 28:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110014. The Goon Show. October 27, 1957. BBC. "The Missing Ten Downing Street". The announcer at the start of the show says that this program was originally heard in 1954. Actually, a previous production of this script was broadcast on January 8, 1954, "produced by Peter Eton" (see cat. #110010). This program was recorded on the date above, was produced by Roy Speer, and was not broadcast in the U.K. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Roy Speer (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor). 23:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

109928. The Goon Show. October 28, 1957. BBC. "The Treasure In The Tower". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Larry Stephens (writer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Charles Chilton (producer), Wally Stott (conductor). 28:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7859. The Goon Show. November 4, 1957. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Space Age". Syndicated rebroadcast date: November 17, 1970. See cat. #109980 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Roy Speer (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109980. The Goon Show. November 4, 1957. BBC. "The Space Age". See cat. #7859 for a recording of this program as it was heard in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Roy Speer (producer). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109997. The Goon Show. November 11, 1957. BBC. "The Red Fort". Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Roy Speer (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade (announcer). 30:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109991. The Goon Show. November 17, 1957. BBC. "The Giant Bombardon". The script was previously produced on December 26, 1953. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Valentine Dyall, Roy Speer (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor). 26:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109323. The Goon Show. November 18, 1957. BBC. "The Missing Battleship". The story title is not announced coherently. Max Geldray does not appear on this program. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Roy Speer (producer). 29:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7453. The Goon Show. November 25, 1957. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Policy". Syndicated rebroadcast date: June 14, 1970. See cat. #109999 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Roy Speer (producer). 27:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109999. The Goon Show. November 25, 1957. BBC. "The Policy". See cat. #7453 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Roy Speer (producer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor). 26:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109957. The Goon Show. December 1, 1957. BBC. "The Kippered Herring Gang". The date above is the date the show was recorded. This program was not broadcast in the U.K. until April 9, 1994. Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Roy Speer (producer), Wally Stott (conductor). 29:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109922. The Goon Show. December 2, 1957. BBC. "King Solomon's Mines". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Larry Stephens (writer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Roy Speer (producer), Wally Stott (conductor). 26:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7864. The Goon Show. December 9, 1957. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Stolen Postman". Syndicated rebroadcast date: December 1, 1970. See cat. #109906 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Roy Speer (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109906. The Goon Show. December 9, 1957. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service syndication. "The Stolen Postman". See cat. #7864 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. This program was syndicated as part of the series, "Pick Of The Goons." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Roy Speer (producer). 27:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110005. The Goon Show. December 15, 1957. BBC. "The Case Of The Vanishing Room". The date above is the date the program was recorded. The show was not broadcast until October 13, 1958. This script was previously produced on February 15, 1954 (see cat. #109981 and #6747. The start of, "Someone and The Grumbleweeds" follows the program. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Roy Speer (producer), Spike Milligan (writer, performer). 30:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7861. The Goon Show. December 16, 1957. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Great British Revolution". Syndicated rebroadcast date: December 8, 1970. See cat. #109905 for a recording of this program as it was heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Roy Speer (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109905. The Goon Show. December 16, 1957. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service syndication. "The Great British Revolution". See cat. #7861 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. The program was syndicated as part of the series, "Pick Of The Goons." Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Larry Stephens (writer), Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Roy Speer (producer). 28:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109916. The Goon Show. December 23, 1957. BBC. "The Plasticine Man". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, Roy Speer (producer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer). 30:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109965. The Goon Show. December 29, 1957. BBC. "The Ink Shortage". The date above is the recording date. This program was not heard in the U.K. until December 8, 2008. The story is also known as, "Hansard Unexpurgated" and "The Great In Drought Of 1902." Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Roy Speer (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade (announcer). 30:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109987. The Goon Show. December 30, 1957. BBC. "African Incident". Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Roy Speer (producer), Larry Stephens (writer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Cecile Chevreau, Wally Stott (conductor). 27:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43297. The Goon Show. January 6, 1958. BBC. "The Thing On The Mountain". Sustaining. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Maurice Wiltshire (writer), Tom Ronald (producer). 28:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109958. The Goon Show. January 12, 1958. BBC. "The Mustard and Cress Shortage". The date above is the recording date. The program was not broadcast in the U.K. until September 17, 1994. The story is also known as, "The Collapse Of The British Railway Sandwich System" which was heard March 8, 1954 (see cat. #110012). Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Tom Ronald (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 28:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109316. The Goon Show. January 13, 1958. BBC. "The String Robberies". The story title is announced as, "The Great String Robberies." Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), George Chisholm, Tom Ronald (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade (announcer). 30:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109925. The Goon Show. January 20, 1958. BBC. "The Moriarity Murder Mystery". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe, Larry Stephens (writer), Maurice Wiltshire (writer), Charles Chilton (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor). 26:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7860. The Goon Show. January 27, 1958. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Curse Of Frankenstein" ("My Heart's In The Highlands"). Syndicated rebroadcast date: January 5, 1971. The program was recorded January 19, 1958. See cat. #109929 for a recording of this program as it was heard in the U.K. The story title is announced as, "The Curse Of Frankenstein...(explosion) My Heart's In The Highlands." Ray Ellington is not heard on this program. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), George Chisholm, Charles Chilton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109929. The Goon Show. January 27, 1958. BBC. "The Curse Of Frankenstein" ("My Heart's In The Highlands"). See cat. #7860 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S. The story title is announced as, "The Curse Of Frankenstein (explosion) My Heart's In The Highlands." Ray Ellington is not heard on this program. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, peformer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, Charles Chilton (producer), Wally Stott (conductor), George Chisholm. 30:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109317. The Goon Show. February 3, 1958. BBC. "The White Neddie Trade". Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan, Larry Stephens (writer), Maurice Wiltshire (writer), Charles Chilton (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade (announcer). 31:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7865. The Goon Show. February 10, 1958. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "Ten Snowballs That Shook The World". Syndicated rebroadcast date: December 29, 1970. See cat. #109324 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Charles Chilton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109324. The Goon Show. February 10, 1958. BBC. "Ten Snowballs That Shook The World". See cat. #7865 for a recording of this broadcast as heard in the U.S. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Charles Chilton (producer). 29:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110015. The Goon Show. February 16, 1958. BBC. "The Internal Mountain". The date above is the date on which the program was recorded. It was not broadcast until December 28, 1986. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Charles Chilton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 28:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109896. The Goon Show. February 17, 1958. BBC. "The Man Who Never Was". The script was used previously on the program on March 20, 1956 (see cat. #6750). Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Wally Stott (conductor), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Charles Chilton (producer). 29:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110020. The Goon Show. February 23, 1958. BBC. "The Silent Bugler". The date above is the recording date. The program was not broadcast until December 28, 1986. The script was previously produced on March 15, 1954 (see cat. #109989). Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Charles Chilton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, Wally Stott (conductor), The Ray Ellington Quartet. 28:00. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

8078. The Goon Show. February 24, 1958. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "World War One" (!). Syndicated rebroadcast date: January 12, 1971. The title was announced on the air as a faint murmur. See cat. #109892 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Charles Chilton (producer). 27:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109892. The Goon Show. February 24, 1958. BBC. "World War One" (!). The title was announced on the air as a faint murmur. See cat. #8078 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S.). Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Charles Chilton (producer). 25:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109986. The Goon Show. March 2, 1958. BBC. "The Great Bank Of England Robbery". This script was previously broadcast on April 12, 1954. See cat. #6749 and #43280. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Charles Chilton (producer). 25:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109318. The Goon Show. March 3, 1958. BBC. "The Spon Plague". Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), John Antrobus (writer), George Chisholm, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Charles Chilton (producer). 30:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109955. The Goon Show. March 10, 1958. BBC. "Tiddleywinks". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, John Snagge, Charles Chilton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 28:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109990. The Goon Show. March 16, 1958. BBC. "The Siege Of Fort Knight". The date above is the recording date. The program wasn't heard in the (UK) until December 27, 1986. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Charles Chilton (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade (announcer). 29:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109890. The Goon Show. March 17, 1958. BBC. "The Evils Of Bushey Spon". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, A. E. Matthews, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Max Geldray, Charles Chilton (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor). 29:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109953. The Goon Show. March 23, 1958. BBC. "The Albert Memorial". The story title is announced as, "The First Albert Memorial To The Moon." The program was recorded March 3, March 9, or March 23, 1958. Hoever, it was not broadcast until October 27, 1958. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Charles Chilton (producer), Max Geldray. 27:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109992. The Goon Show. March 23, 1958. BBC. "The Dreaded Piano Clubber". The program was previously produced on October 3, 1953 (see cat. #109935). Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Charles Chilton (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor). 20:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

43298. The Goon Show. March 24, 1958. BBC. "The Great Statue Debate". Sustaining. See cat. #6745 for a recording of the program as it was heard in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Charles Chilton (producer), John Antrobus (writer). 27:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6745. The Goon Show. March 24, 1958. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Great Statue Debate". Syndicated rebroadcast date: March 3, 1970. See cat. #43298 for a recording of the program as it was heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), John Antrobus (writer), Charles Chilton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6743. The Goon Show. September 22, 1958. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Mummified Priest". Syndicated rebroadcast date: February 3, 1970. The script was originally produced on January 22, 1954. This program was recorded for the BBC transcription service, but also was broadcast on the date above. See cat. #109925 for a BBC transcription service version of this broadcast. The program was recorded on October 6, 1957. Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Charles Chilton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109295. The Goon Show. September 22, 1958. BBC. "The Mummified Priest". This program was recorded for the BBC transcription service, but was also broadcast on the date above. The script was first broadcast on January 22, 1954. See cat. #6743 for a U.S. syndicated version of this program. The program was recorded October 6, 1957. Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Charles Chilton (producer). 31:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109926. The Goon Show. September 28, 1958. BBC. "The Greatest Mountain In The World". The program was recorded October 20, 1957. The story was previously produced and broadcast on March 1, 1954 (see cat. #6746 and #109296) Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Larry Stephens (writer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Charles Chilton (producer). 29:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109983. The Goon Show. November 3, 1958. BBC. "The Sahara Desert Statue". The title is not coherently announced. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), John Browell (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor). 26:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7863. The Goon Show. November 10, 1958. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "I Was Monty's Treble". Syndicated rebroadcast date: January 24, 1971. See cat. #109884 for a recording of the program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Peter Eton (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109884. The Goon Show. November 10, 1958. BBC. "I Was Monty's Treble". See cat. #7863 for a syndicated rebroadcast recording. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Peter Sellers, Wally Stott (conductor), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Stella Walters (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer). 26:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109917. The Goon Show. November 17, 1958. BBC. "The Million Pound Penny". The story is also known as, "The Story Of A Crime-Type Murder" and "Ned, The Miser." Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), John Browell (producer), Wally Stott (conductor). 29:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109977. The Goon Show. November 24, 1958. BBC. "The Pam's Paper Insurance Policy". The title is not announced coherently. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), John Browell (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade, Wally Stott (conductor). 28:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109319. The Goon Show. December 1, 1958. BBC. "The Mountain Eaters". The title is not coherently announced. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), John Browell (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 29:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109923. The Goon Show. December 8, 1958. BBC. "The Childe Harolde Rewarde". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, John Browell (producer), Wally Stott (conductor). 28:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5693. The Goon Show. December 15, 1958. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service syndication. "The Seagoon Memoirs". This program was syndicated as part of the series, "Pick Of The Goons." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), Larry Stephens (writer), Maurice Wiltshire (writer), John Browell (producer). 27:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

7454. The Goon Show. December 22, 1958. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "Queen Anne's Rain". Syndicated rebroadcast date: June 27, 1970. The story title is not coherently announced. See cat. #109979 for a recording of this program as it was broadcast in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), John Browell (producer). 28:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109979. The Goon Show. December 22, 1958. BBC. "Queen Anne's Rain". See cat. #7454 for a recording of this program as it was heard in the U.S. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), John Browell (producer). 26:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109998. The Goon Show. December 29, 1958. BBC. "The Battle For Spion Kop". Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), John Browell (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade (announcer). 30:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109988. The Goon Show. January 5, 1959. BBC. "Ned's Atomic Dustbin". Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), John Snagge (pre-recorded), John Browell (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade (announcer). 30:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109956. The Goon Show. January 12, 1959. BBC. "Who Is Pink Oboe?". Peter Sellers developed throat trouble before the recorded. His role was taken by four other performers. Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Kenneth Connor, Valentine Dyall, Graham Stark, Jack Train, John Snagge (pre-recorded), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), John Browell (producer). 28:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7455. The Goon Show. January 20, 1959. BBC origination, WRVR-FM, New York City rebroadcast. "The Call Of The West". Syndicated rebroadcast date: July 5, 1970. The story title is announced as, "Captain Stingo, or Goon Law, or Anythinggggggg (Hern)." See cat. #109891 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.K. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), John Browell (producer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109891. The Goon Show. January 20, 1959. BBC. "The Call Of The West". The story title is announced as, "Captain Stingo, Or Goon Law, or Anythingggggg (Hern)." See cat. #7455 for a recording of this program as heard in the U.S.) Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), John Browell (producer). 28:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109328. The Goon Show. January 26, 1959. BBC. "Dishonoured...Again". The story title is announced as, "I Knew Terrance Nuke." This is basically the same script used on December 14, 1954, titled, "Dishonored" ("Or, The Fall Of Neddie Seagoon)." A newscast follows. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), John Browell (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 30:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109330. The Goon Show. February 2, 1959. BBC origination, commercial release. "The Scarlet Capsule". Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), John Browell (producer), Andrew Timothy (pre-recorded), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor). 23:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

109994. The Goon Show. February 9, 1959. BBC. "The Tay Bridge". Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), George Chisholm, John Browell (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor). 30:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109996. The Goon Show. February 16, 1959. BBC. "The Gold Plate Robbery". The program was rebroadcast on March 27, 1964. Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), John Browell (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade (announcer). 25:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109995. The Goon Show. February 23, 1959. BBC. "The Fifty-Pound Cure". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Kenneth Connor (replacing Harry Secombe), John Browell (producer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Wallace Greenslade (announcer). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5694. The Goon Show. December 24, 1959. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service syndication. "A Christmas Carol" ("Christmas Tales...You Lose"). The story title is announced as, "A Merry Christmas and Custard." The program was syndicated as part of, "The Pick Of The Goons." The program is also known as, "The Christmas Carol." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), John Browell (producer). 26:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109329. The Goon Show. December 31, 1959. BBC. "The Tale Of Men's Shirts" or "A Story From Down Under". The story title is announced as, "The Spy, Or..." Peter Sellers developed throat trouble before the recording; his part was replaced by four other performers. Peter Sellers (not heard), Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), John Browell (producer), Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wally Stott (conductor), Valentine Dyall, Kenneth Connor, Graham Stark, Jack Train. 30:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5695. The Goon Show. January 7, 1960. BBC. "The Chinese Legs". The story title is not announced coherently. News headlines follow the program. Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), John Browell (producer), John Snagge (pre-recorded). 29:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5696. The Goon Show. January 14, 1960. BBC origination, BBC Transcription Service syndication. "Robin's Post". The story title is announced as, "The Story Of Lord Seagoon, Playboy Of The Western Approaches." This program was syndicated as part of the series, "Pick Of The Goons." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), John Browell (producer). 27:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

109924. The Goon Show. January 21, 1960. BBC. "The Silver Doubloons". Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Harry Secombe, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Max Geldray, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Valentine Dyall, Wally Stott (conductor), John Browell (producer). 27:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5955. The Goon Show. January 28, 1960. BBC. "The Last Smoking Seagoon". The last show of the series. The story title is announced as, "The Last Of The Smoking Seagoons." Harry Secombe, Max Geldray, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), The Ray Ellington Quartet, Wallace Greenslade (announcer), Wally Stott (conductor), John Browell (producer), John Snagge (pre-recorded). 26:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110000. The Goon Show. 1962. EMI Parlophone commercial release. "Bridge On The River Wye". Not a broadcast. The program is based on the Goon Show program of December 30, 1957 titled, "African Incident" (see cat. #109987). Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan (writer, performer), Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller, Wally Stott (composer, conductor), Peter Rawley, Patricia Ridgway, George Martin (producer). 33:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 195 programs.