Websites Links:

Peggy Seeger

Kirsty MacColl

BBC Entry on Ewan MacColl

Working Class Movement Library – Extensive information on Ewan’s work in music, theatre & radio.

Online Discographies:

Ewan MacColl’s discography

Discography by John Ross

The Balladeers

Ewan MacColl & Peggy Seeger Archive at Ruskin College, Oxford
An archive relating to the music and work of Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger was established by Peggy Seeger at Ruskin College, Oxford, in 1991. It contains copies of most of their published recordings, together with correspondence, playscripts, photographs, videos, books and other documents and memorabilia relating to their work together, and as individual artists. There is material on the Radio Ballads and other radio and television broadcasts, the Critics Group and the Singers Club. There are playback facilities and a catalogue of the collection. There is an online index.

The Librarian is David Horsfield and the Assistant Librarian (with special responsibility for the collection) is Christine Keable. The archive is open by prior appointment only. Researchers should write to:
The Librarian, Ruskin College, Oxford, OX1 2HE
telephone: 01865 554331;
fax: 01865 554372;

The Radio Ballads:

BBC information on the original Radio Ballads

About Charles Parker

The Charles Parker Archive

BBC information on the 2006 Radio Ballads

Primary Transmission by Broadcaster – Excerpts from the Radio Ballads set against a dance music backdrop


Topic Records

Books & Plays:

Journeyman: An Autobiography by Ewan MacColl
Introduction by Peggy Seeger
2009 Edition published by Manchester University Press

The Essential Ewan MacColl Songbook: Sixty Years of Songmaking
Compiled and Annotated by Peggy Seeger
Foreword by Pete Seeger
2009 Edition published by Camsco Music

Set Into Song: Ewan MacColl, Charles Parker, Peggy Seeger and the Radio Ballads
By Peter Cox

Legacies of Ewan MacColl – The Last Interview
Edited by Allan F. Moore, University of Surrey, UK and Giovanni Vacca
Foreword by Peggy Seeger
2014 published by Ashgate Books

Class Act: The Cultural and Political Life of Ewan MacColl
By Ben Harker
2007 Paperback published by Pluto Press

Ewan MacColl Plays: 1
Introduced by Robert Leach
2009 Paperback
published by Methuen

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