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While a man from the BBC proved to be a rich source of rare 7″ vinyl for Mark O’Shaughnessy, he was also the stuff of nightmares

Before settling in Bath, where our Resolution Records shop resides, I spent most of my adult life in London after studying at UEL.

Sometimes, BaThfeels like a different planet, although lots of other ex-Londoners resettle here after “big city burn-out”, and the close proximity of the BBC studios in Bristol also attracts plenty of media types. One day, a media producer, who lived locally, walked into our store holding a tatty cardboard box. We chatted amicably for a few minutes, and he told me he was a retired BBC producer. He popped the box onto the counter and we carried on talking.

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