Jubilee Arts: On the Town, Cradley Interviews; Part 2

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A camera tape for the Jubilee Arts oral history project 'On the Town' shot at the Netherton Neighbourhood Centre.





Film type:

Colour / Sound


Oral History

Master format:

U-matic Hi band


Lily Taylor talks about the various jobs she did as a young woman including working in a shoe factory, a button factory and working with nuts and bolts. A man remembers his first job with the Post Office delivering telegrams. The interviewer then tries to talk to two very shy young children about the types of games they enjoy playing (the older interviewees are asked about childhood play on the first camera tape). The interviews then continue with a group of teenagers who are playing pool. They talk about how things have changed since they were young children (they now have a greater fear of violence). They also talk about some of the pranks they got up to and refer to the craze for stealing car badges (inspired by the Beastie Boys). They also talk about college life and fashion.


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Tape 37