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Norman Ellison

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Norman F. Ellison
Born1893
Died1976
Career
ShowChildren's Hour
Station(s)Home Service
NetworkBBC
CountryUnited Kingdom

Norman F. Ellison (1893 – 1976) was an English radio presenter and author who made radio programmes about nature and the countryside for the BBC's Children's Hour,[1] under the pseudonym Nomad the Naturalist, and wrote on the same subjects both as Nomad and in his own name.

Born in Liverpool in 1893,[2] he signed up as a private in the 1/6th Battalion, King's Liverpool Regiment,[3] at the outbreak of World War I,[2] and served in the trenches in Belgium.[2] He saw action on The Somme[3] and at Flanders[3] but was discharged in 1917[3] suffering from trench foot.[3] His war diaries were published in 1997.

In later life, he lived at West Kirby,[4] on the Wirral Peninsula, Cheshire.[1] He and Eric Hosking would watch birds together at Hilbre Island.[4] Six of his books were illustrated by his friend Charles Tunnicliffe.[1]

Bibliography

  • Down Nature's Byways, University of London Press, 1938.
  • Out of Doors with Nomad (illustrated by Tunnicliffe), University of London Press, 1947.
  • Our British birds and beasts (photographs by Hosking, drawings by Alfed K. Wiffen), Open Air Books, 1947
    • Republished by Countrygoer Books, 1953
  • Wild Life in Britain, Open Air Books
  • Roving with Nomad (illustrated by Tunnicliffe), University of London Press, 1949.
  • Adventuring with Nomad (illustrated by Tunnicliffe), University of London Press, 1950.
  • Northwards with Nomad (illustrated by Tunnicliffe), University of London Press, 1951.
  • Over the Hills with Nomad (illustrated by Tunnicliffe), University of London Press.
  • Wandering with Nomad (illustrated by Tunnicliffe), University of London Press.
  • A check list of the fauna of Lancashire and Cheshire: Mammalia, Reptilia, Amphibia, 1959
  • The Wirral Peninsula, Hale, 1970 ISBN 0-7091-1660-8
  • Remembrances of Hell, the Great War diary of naturalist, writer and broadcaster Norman F. Ellison - 'Nomad' of the BBC, edited by David R. Lewis, Airlife, 1997 ISBN 978-1-85310-896-9

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c "The Nomad Books". The Charles Tunnicliffe Society. Retrieved 29 July 2009.
  2. ^ a b c "Remembrances of Hell..." Library Catalogue. East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Retrieved 29 July 2009.
  3. ^ a b c d e Lengel, Edward G. (2004). World War I memories. Scarecrow Press. p. 101. ISBN 978-0-8108-5008-8. Retrieved 29 July 2009.
  4. ^ a b Smith, Richard (1 November 1999). "The Hilbre Party". Dee Estuary Newsletter. Retrieved 29 July 2009.

External links

(Both include photographs of Ellison)


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