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RECORD NO.

SERIES

TITLE

CONTENT

INTERVIEWER

DATE BROADCAST

MT 1

Hello

Abingdon

John Simpson talks to some residents of Abingdon including 1) Eileen Anderson - Neighbours Unlimited, 2) Julian Riddick - A1 Boat Centre, 3) Bert and Fred Edwards - precinct warden, Sergeant at Mace, 4) Elsie Jones - telephone exchange supervisor, Ted Collard - International Friendship, 6) Jill Ginever - restoring no.3 Stert St. 7) Joe Paxton - mayor

Simpson, John

1.11.1970

MT 2

Hello

Banbury

John Simpson talks to some residents of Banbury including Jackie Phillipson - manageress of boutique - formerly Banbury Cake Shop, Helen Collins - better shopping campaigner, Leslie Tustian - ex-mayor, Harold Heath - mayor, Alfred Grant - and Mr. Cashmore - stockman.

Simpson, John

8.11.1970

MT 3

Hello

Thame

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Thame including Malcolm Dick, oil tanker driver, Cynthia Sage - apprentice saddler, Jack Brackenbury - saddler, Pam Surman, Brian Grieves - postman, Tom Wenman - petrol depot manager and Ray Clarke - of the Swan Hotel

Simpson, John

22.11.1970

MT 5

Hello

Minster Lovell

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Minster Lovell including Thomas Brown - ex-headmaster, Marie Asbridge - school helper, Michael Miles - worker at Smith's, Emily Howse - organist, Sybil Williams - Charterville house resident, and Josephine - housewife.

Simpson, John

29.11.1970

MT 6

Hello

Drayton

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Drayton including Norman Stimpson - chairman of village hall committee, Mrs. Mary Bisby, Jo Sykes - sculptor, Maurice Burgess - resident since 1894 , and Geoffrey von Hoven - chairman of the Drayton Players.

Simpson, John

5.12.1970

MT 7

Hello

Middleton Stoney

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Middleton Stoney including Fred Hodges - employee at Weston aerodrome, Reginald Watson - librarian, Esther Goodison - resident 72 yrs., Bert Elliott - oldest inhabitant, Mrs. Hanniman - P.O. and store and Robert Ansell - landlord of Jersey Arms Hotel

Simpson, John

13.12.1970

MT 8

Hello

Standlake

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Standlake including Mrs. Levenson-Gower - antiques dealer, Cyril Collins, Max Bourton - the butcher, Frank Douglas - former owner of grocer's shop Mrs. Douglas - ex youth club leader, and Brig. Goadby - ex Oxon. British Legion.

Simpson, John

20.12.1970

MT 9

Hello

Christmas Common

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Christmas Common including Bernard Keir - Head forester, Jim Irwin - tree feller, Horace Sequira - ex-actor, John Cook - Middle East oil, Diana Cook - schoolgirl, Mrs. Monaghan - landlady of Fox and Hounds and Neville Clissold - small industries organiser.

Simpson, John

27.12.1970

MT 10

Hello

Woodstock

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Woodstock including Richard Foster - director of Oxfordshire County Museum, Leslie Tubb - director of Woodstock Leathercraft Ltd, Mrs. Tubb, Cyril Porter - proprietor of the Bear Hotel, Dr. Bevan - chairman the Woodstock Society, Victor Tolley - ex-town clerk and Dame Henrietta Barnett - mayor.

Simpson, John

3.1.1971

MT 11

Hello

Bicester

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Bicester including Robert Tedder - manager of Bicester and Ploughly sports centre, Brian Cresswell - head of music, Bicester School, Sid Hedges - author, Chippy Hughes - junk shop owner, Irene Jenkinson - of Bicester Ladies Circle, and Joe Leach - councillor

Simpson, John

10.1.1971

MT 12

Hello

Sutton Courtenay

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Sutton Courtenay including Joan Clifford - secretary of the camera club, Cecil Allen - farmer, Rene Hoborough - postwoman, George Harris - pigeon fancier, Harold Porter - climber, Margaret Dixon - warden of Ockenden Venture, and Betty Armitage - councillor.

Simpson, John

24.1.1971

MT 13

Hello ....

Yarnton

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Yarnton including Lillian Cox - one of the older residents; Brian Wright - secretary of the Weed Research Organisation, P.C. Delnevo - youth club leader, Doug Charlett - owner of used tyre depot; Edward president of the Rolls Royce Enthusiasts Club and meadsman for the Yarnton Lots; Mrs. Joan Roe, author of a book on Yarnton history.

Simpson, John

24.1.1971

MT 14

Hello

Deddington

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Deddington including Jim Ivings - bell ringer, Anthony Hawkesley - silversmith, Maurice Renick - treasurer of the Holly Tree Club, Jo Carson - potter, and Rev. George Palmer - local historian.

Simpson, John

31.1.1971

MT 15

Hello ....

Combe

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Combe including Bob Huckin, cricket and football; Rev. George Thompson - vicar, George Walker - ex-carpenter (Blenheim), Anne Fathers - the president of Combe W.I., and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Oliver.

Simpson, John

7.2.1971

MT 16

Hello

Cumnor

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Cumnor including Peter Geekie - owner of the swimming pool centre, Mrs. Barrett, 90 year old resident, Tim Parker - landlord of the Bear and Ragged Staff P.H., Arthur Boyles - gardener, Lorna Dolley - of Cumnor Art Group, Percy Costar - 'Mayor of the Pond'.

Simpson, John

14.2.1971

MT 17

Hello

Wheatley

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Wheatley including Frances White, Arthur Smith - ex-stonemason, Peter Audley-Miller - chairman of the parish council, Will Sheldon - blacksmith, Mary Mackay, Ted Turner - TV and radio repairman, and Mrs. Hassall.

Simpson, John

21.2.1971

MT 18

Hello

Islip

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Islip including Mark Wixey - woodworker, John Sherell - farmer, Rupert Crisp - chairman of village hall committee, Mrs. Crisp - lacemaker, Mrs. Chesterman, Grace Henman - one of the older residents, and Hopkins publican of the Swan P.H.

Simpson, John

28.2.1971

MT 19

Hello

Aynho

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Aynho including Cliff Parsons - director of a boat company, Margaret Grant - treasurer of local W.I., Bob Oakey - retired farmer, Mrs. Yardley - headmistress, Anne Cullen - 'Carol Tregouan' of the Archers, Rev. Gregory Laurence - Rector.

Simpson, John

7.3.1971

MT 20

Hello

RAF Brize Norton

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of RAF Brize Norton including Sqdn. Leader Curly Dawson - pilot, Linda Taylor - air traffic control, junior technician Andy Williams, Ann Fairbanks - P.T. instructor, Sgt. Jeff Currums - inflight kitchen Mrs. Marie Bottomley - RAF wife, and Air Commodore Jock Kennedy - station commander.

Simpson, John

14.3.1971

MT 21

Hello

Bloxham

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Bloxham including Clarence Butler, Derek Seymour, headmaster All Saints School, Jim Church, managing director of carpet mill, Mrs. Jones, employee carpet mill, Elizabeth Harbour, Queen's Guide, Bill chairman of parish council, and Revd. Robert Bolton, vicar.

Simpson, John

4.4.1971

MT 22

Hello

Chadlington

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Chadlington - Stanley Hobbs, farmer; Mrs. Eden, local inhabitant; John Fletcher, member of village hall committee since 1922; Hilda Lainchbury, John Cluff, former blacksmith; John Thompson, member of parish and RDC.

Simpson, John

11.4.1971

MT 23

Hello

Long Hanborough

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Long Hanborough - Gerald Thompson, head of Oxford Scientific Films Unit; Brian Blake, deputy director of OCC museum; Granville Wastie, farmer; Ray Slatter, coach driver for O.U.F.C.; and Lillian Branner, of Long Horse Childrens Home.

Simpson, John

18.4.1971

MT 24

Hello

Kirtlington

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Kirtlington - George Edgington; George Clark, butcher; Harry Deakin, stud groom; Laurie Giles, mill owner; Mrs. Kirtland, wife of former village blacksmith; and David Cox, author for Victoria County History.

Simpson, John

25.4.1971

MT 25

Hello

Marcham

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Marcham - Bernard Higgins, sub postmaster and coach owner - Miss Anderson, warden - Denham College; Bill Pointer, manufacturer of gates and garden furniture; Mrs. Brewer; Des Kinchin, founder member Marcham club; John Cross, local inhabitant.

Simpson, John

2.5.1971

MT 26

Hello

Ickford

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Ickford - Harry Bunce, parish councillor; Mildred Dover, village schoolteacher; Walter Tipping, bandsman; Sidney Leigh, parish councillor and member of Aylesbury RDC; Alec Neil, organiser of tug-o'-war; and Eldridge, publican of the Rising Sun P.H.

Simpson, John

9.5.1971

MT 27

Hello

North Leigh

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of North Leigh - Edgar Mansfield, Superintendent of works - DOE; Albany Walker and Emma Allen, two of the older residents; Ray Millin, owner of DIY shop; Charlie Langford, caretaker of memorial hall, and Revd. Burne, vicar.

Simpson, John

16.5.1971

MT 28

Hello

The Astons

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of the Astons - Dr. Crowther; Frank Cundle, racehorse trainer; Fred Blake, farm worker; Miss Jervis, ex-schoolteacher; Rev. Cyril Hester, vicar; and Mrs. Lugg, a local resident who produces Shakespeare's plays.

Simpson, John

23.5.1971

MT 29

Hello

Bampton

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Bampton - Arnold Woodley, trainer of the Morris Dancing team; Mrs. Ivy Constable, baker; Revd. S. Taborn, vicar; John Quick, member of family involved with gasworks; Robert Carruthers, sculptor; Francis squire of Morris Men; Major Colville, local history enthusiast.

Simpson, John

30.5.1971

MT 30

Hello

Kings Sutton

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Kings Sutton - May Ayris, former village baker; Revd. Michael Bannister, vicar; Bert Hurt, local inhabitant; Mrs. Sykes, warden of old people's home; Arthur Gardner, former station master; and Mrs. Coxon, beekeeper.

Simpson, John

6.6.1971

MT 31

Hello

Finmere

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Finmere - Bert Horwood, publican; Miss Bates, headmistress of village school, Dorothy Carter, secretary and treasurer of village hall committee; Mrs. Carmichael, who lives in the Stoke House; Alf Lepper, and George Barnes, former clerk to parish council.

Simpson, John

13.6.1971

MT 32

Hello

Blenheim Palace

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Blenheim Palace - Mr. Murdoch, agent for Blenheim estate; Tom Page, head gardener; Jock Illingworth, head guide; Mrs. Pam Harvey, guide; Dick Jones, launch operator; visitors, and Marquess of Blandford.

Simpson, John

20.6.1971

MT 33

Hello

Kingham

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Kingham - Revd. Roger Morgan, rector; May Phillips, ex-journalist for Countryman and Oxford Times; Jim Rathbone, blacksmith; Edward Cooper, warden of Kingham Hill School; and Charles Lainchbury, organiser the upkeep of village.

Simpson, John

26.9.1971

MT 34

Hello

Spelsbury

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Spelsbury - Christopher Heath; Joyce Rauhut; Bill Hunt, ex-parish clerk; Revd. Cecil Sparling, vicar; Harry Lodge, ex-farm worker; and Martin Edgington, chairman of parish council.

Simpson, John

3.10.1971

MT 35

Hello

Wantage

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Wantage - John Kent, ironmonger; Kathleen Philip, local historian; Kathleen Hawkey, Cedric Bower, headmaster of King Alfred's School, Dick Squires; and Bill Munsey, owner of flour mill.

Simpson, John

10.10.1971

MT 36

Hello

Brill

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Brill - Walt Pointer, baker; Edith Pointer, miller's daughter; Charlie Prosser; Michael Cook, chairman of parish council; Elizabeth Stacey, ex-teacher of village school; and Ian Rodger.

Simpson, John

17.10.1971

MT 37

Hello

Witney

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Witney - Ken Cook; Jack Room; Vera Delnevo; John Welch; clerk of UDC; Jack Swallow, owner of honey business; and Richard Early, member of the blanket manufacturing family.

Simpson, John

24.10.1971

MT 38

Hello

Ardley

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Ardley - Evelyn Addison, postmistress; Jack Benson, garage owner who talks about his aircraft; Graham Morcock, ex-chairman of Ardley football club; Bob Keys, county councillor; Beatrice West, shop owner; George Sims, ex-quarryman.

Simpson, John

31.10.1971

MT 39

Hello

Middle Barton

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Middle Barton - Fred Bradshaw, shoemaker; Mrs. Hudson; Mr. Doddimead; Norman Cross, ex-parish councillor; Ted Smith, farmer; Frank Gascoigne, retired blacksmith; and George Laws, owner of Wescott Barton Manor.

Simpson, John

7.11.1971

MT 40

Hello

Tetsworth

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Tetsworth - Vi Folley, wife of garage owner; George Eales; John Stone, baker; Bill Stoakes, farmer; and Keith Crump, chairman of the parish council.

Simpson, John

14.11.1971

MT 41

Hello

Weston on the Green

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Weston on the Green - Bernard Ancil, farmer; Revd. John Westlake, vicar; Hubert Williams; George Porter; and Nicholas Price, owner of Weston Manor Hotel.

Simpson, John

21.11.1971

MT 42

Hello

Wallingford

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Wallingford - Florence Marston, matron, St. George's Hospital; Bruce Grainger, teacher; David Calvin Thomas, chairman of community centre; Peter Davies, local historian; Alf Cook, mace bearer; and Geoffrey mayor.

Simpson, John

28.11.1971

MT 43

Hello

Hook Norton

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Hook Norton - Bill Clarke, brewer; Percy Hemmings, brewery worker; Russell Collins, potter; Tom Williams, parish councillor; Frank Wyton, verger; and Alice Cave, landlady of The Sun p.h.

Simpson, John

5.12.1971

MT 44

Hello

Marsh Gibbon

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Marsh Gibbon - Marley Walker discusses his life; Will Herring, the band and his connections with it; Mrs. Nimmo, drama; Gordon Williams, new village hall; John Cutforth, interest in local history.

Simpson, John

12.12.1971

MT 45

Hello

Forest Hill

John Simpson talks to some inhabitants of Forest Hill - Ron Hall, store and post office; Mr. and Mrs. Spalding, sportsclub; Arthur Dunkeley, Manor Farm; Mrs. Saunders, former post lady; Revd. W.E. Dane, vicar, church history; Mrs. Badger, village history.
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