Beachcomber

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Delia reused a piece Beachcomber ("Beach" for short) in the ICI Fashion Show on 6th April 1967, at the Brighton Festival[1] which opened on the 14th April 1967 and at The Coloured Wall[2][3] exhibition which opened on the 26th March 1968.

The closest match in the Radio Times is:[4]

BBC1 Tuesday 30 November 1965 18.30
LOOK AT THE BEACHCOMBERS
Along the Cumberland shore at Ravenglass a variety of beachcombers - Herring Gull and Arctic Tern,
Curlew and Oystercatcher, Fox, Hedgehog, and even Badger - hunt their living and provide a source
of never-ending interest and study for professional naturalists NIKO TINBERGEN, CLIFF HENTY,
MIKE NORTON GRIFFITHS, and HARVEY CROAZE
Photography by John Martin and Niko Tinbergen
Film editor, John Martin
Written, directed, and narrated by HUGH FALKUS
Produced by Manuscript Films
Series producer JEFFERY BOSWALL 

and Jeffery Boswall is known to have worked with Delia in 1972 on Wildlife Safari to the Argentine.

Availability

References

  1. Attic Tape DD201: "Labyrynth, Beachcomber, for Brighton Festival 1967"
  2. DD101229: Delia's handwritten notes for The Coloured Wall: “Beach - Not Hawaian or Sea [4'45"]”.
  3. DD101110: Delia's handwritten notes for The Coloured Wall: “Bombardment of full works, but not too much, then lyrical "Beachcomber"”.
  4. Search results for Beachcomber 1963-1967 on the BBC Genome Project.
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