Cassettes & CDs

To purchase any of these items, send your address and a postal order or cheque made payable to Quinton Local History Society to :
QLHS, 15 Worlds End Avenue, Quinton, Birmingham, B32 1JF

All prices include VAT and delivery within the UK. Overseas customers please email us.

1000 Years of Brum

The founding of Beorma Ingas Ham, The Great Exhibition, the birth of democracy, Geoffrey de Bermyngham's medieval market, the making of pens by the million, the coming of canals and steam, the origins of local road names..... Dr. Carl Chinn, MBE, one of Birmingham's best loved personalities, gives a comprehensive account of the history of Birmingham, from its Saxon origins to the great city it is today.

1.50 from each sale goes to Multiple Sclerosis Research and other charities

A chat with Carl

Carl Chinn, university professor, author and radio presenter, is one of the best known and best loved personalities in Birmingham. In this fascinating and very wide-ranging talk, he discusses his childhood, the introduction of metrication, traces of Birmingham dialect in medieval literature, and a host of other subjects.

1.50 from each sale goes to Multiple Sclerosis Research and other charities.

Black Country Night Out - Tommy Mundon, Bev Pegg, Marlene

A Bostin' Black Country Night Out

Three of the Black Country's most popular entertainers present an hour of music and laughter. Pop this in your player and settle down with a plate of faggits an' paes for an authentic taste of the Black Country. Recorded at a live performance.

Cassette - 5.00

Meet the Quinton Ancestors

Using a combination of drama and narration, this cassette brings to life several of the characters from Mike's book "Dark and Wicked Place", and conjures up a vivid picture of life in Quinton in the mid-1800s. The cassette is supplied with a booklet giving a transcript.

by Mike Hall.

Cassette - Last few reduced to 3.

Ravers, Ranters and Respectable Schoolboys

This is a new dramatic production by the well-known local preacher and historian, Mike Hall. Featuring a cast of more than 40 people, it combines dramatised episodes with short narrations to give an entertaining insight into the birth of Methodism in the Midlands.

Cassette - Last few3.00

"Meet the Quinton Ancestors" and "Ravers, Ranters and Respectable Schoolboys"
Very special price - 5 for both cassettes

A Cheste of fyne Jewells

A selection of popular tunes from the time of Elizabeth I, played on authentic instruments by DIABOLUS IN MUSICA.

CD - 11  

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