There's the 4 from 70-72 that I've added notes to from the descriptions used and Hermans Hermits on the ship. I also noted appearances on The Jack Jones show, Nationwide, Jim'll fix it to name a few. There are others which obviously exist on the web, but if the BBC ever get round to selling personal copies no doubt they will be of much better quality.
Certainly not yet, but BBC have said they eventually hope to have something like iplayer for the archive. The news items I've seen seem to think you'll be able to download clips for reasonable amounts of money. The service will probably not qualify for license fee money so will have to turn a profit.
Guys I'm a bit clueless about this issue but how big of a deal is this posting from the BBC Motion Gallery thing? I read the discussion Doc linked to from Missing Episodes Forum and there seemed to be some validity in what they said but also a bit of an assumption that people who post to YT are just hunting for glory whereas some are maybe just trying to let a wider audience see the material they're posting. There also is some debate on PP.com about Missing Episodes being a rather non-democratic group so are they a good authority on these issues anyway? I have no axe to grind, just asking
Some Dancers who gave a good time, broke all the rules, played all the fools, yeah yeah yeah they blew our minds
Depends how BBC will react on stuff being posted, very much like the Granda Video Entertainers stuff, who is seriously gonna be that worried bout some ropey old show that has been long forgotten bout just cos of two legs clips
P4pm to pick up on your last post given the size of the bbc motion gallery and the number of worldwide internet users with access to the preview videos, I would be v surprised if this was such a big deal but obviously wouldn't want it to get in the way of us seeing the other Bobbie Gentry dances. If you search youtube with bbc motion you get 20,600 videos in results.