Relatives of a sea captain from Sunderland have heard their long dead ancestor singing sea shanties recorded in the 1920s.
The songs, which were in a collection recorded on wax cylinders by American academic James Madison Carpenter, were restored for a BBC documentary.
Mark Page, born in 1836, ran away to sea as a boy and contributed to the scholar's work when he retired.
The recordings then lay untouched in an attic for decades.
Relatives of Mr Page were tracked down by BBC documentary makers and invited to the family reunion, but not told the reason why. One guest came from Australia.
READ MORE - Source: BBC News Wednesday, 22 October 2008