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Atom Heart Mother[edit]

Moved to Talk:Atom Heart Mother#Performances. Andy Mabbett (Pigsonthewing); Talk to Andy; Andy's edits 16:51, 11 March 2013 (UTC)

October 2014[edit]

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  • The '''Panipuri''' <!--###NO MORE NAME PLEASE, ADD IN NAMES SECTION BELOW IF NECESSARY###-->({{audio|Pani_puri.ogg|''pānīpūrī''}}, {{lang-ne|पानीपूरी}}, also known as '''Gol gappa''', {{lang-

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The edit was to balance the name table section, which caused bracketbot to catch an unbalanced parenthesis in the first section, now corrected. (talk) 21:36, 8 October 2014 (UTC)

Re: Black Museum 2015 edit- production[edit]

I had to look back through the edits on The Black Museum, because I didn't remember what I did with that article almost two years ago.

You are correct in writing that I "inserted a 'produced by the BBC' line without quoting a source". The quotation came from John Dunning's On the Air: The Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio, which was published by Oxford University Press. I cited that source at the end of the next sentence. In retrospect, however, I see that I should have also attached attribution to "produced by the BBC".

You also wrote, "The original text you removed was correct in saying that the program was incorrectly cited in some sources as a BBC program." How could I be expected to know that the original text was correct when that text was not attributed to any source?

I see that you have updated the text with the correct information and appropriate attribution. I appreciate your efforts. One of the strong points of Wikipedia is that as people contribute individually to articles, the result is something better than any of us might produce individually. Eddie Blick (talk) 13:35, 21 March 2017 (UTC)