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Simpson, John

19.12.1971

MT 46

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Covered Market

John Simpson talks to some stallholders in the covered market, Oxford including John Read, florist; Mrs. Palm and Mrs. Viney, delicatessen; Bob Gardner, grocer and cheese specialist; Bill Saunders, fishmonger and poulterer; Wilf Hedges, butcher; Bird, cafe owner.

Simpson, John

26.12.1971

MT 47

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Blewbury

John Simpson talks to some residents of Blewbury - Revd. Hugh Pickles, vicar, church history; Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, farmers Parsonage Farm; Les Faulkner, clerk to parish council; Roger Day, member of Blewbury village society; and Ted Fry, a penny rider and cyclist.

Simpson, John

2.1.1972

MT 48

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Chipping Norton

John Simpson talks to residents of Chipping Norton - Michael Harvey, director of Parker Knoll; Arthur Nockells, headmaster; Albert Stares, football referee;Edward Miles, school teacher; and David Hunt, mayor.

Simpson, John

9.1.1972

MT 49

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Haddenham

John Simpson talks to residents of Haddenham - George Taylor, postman; Joan Clarke, guardian of ducks and geese on pond; Miss Elsie Rose, daughter of local author; Ivor Newton, woodcarver; Robert Green, engineer; Harry Newitt, ex-cobbler.

Simpson, John

16.1.1972

MT 50

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Eynsham

John Simpson talks to residents of Eynsham - Mrs. Amy Carter, branch librarian; Ernie Harris, son of village carrier; Desmond Pimm, chairman of village carnival; Hugh Cooper, local history; and Mollie Harris, member of 'The Archers'.

Simpson, John

23.1.1972

MT 51

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Wendlebury

John Simpson talks to residents of Wendlebury - Mrs. Lily Maycock, home help; George Dumbleton, carpenter; Mrs. Marjorie Holman, landlady of Red Lion P.H.; Revd. Vernon Jones; Arthur Baxter, new village hall; Major Peter Howard, parish councillor, churchwarden.

Simpson, John

30.1.1972

MT 52

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Harwell

John Simpson talks to residents of Harwell - Gordon Bosley, cherry farmer; Mrs. Macdowell, fruit worker; William Cox, one of oldest residents; Mrs. Wendy Metcalfe, playgroup organiser; Mrs. Winnie Cummins, home help; and Jack Perry, member of the Legion.

Simpson, John

6.2.1972

MT 53

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Longworth

John Simpson talks to residents of Longworth - Mr. and Mrs. Free, shop and post office; Miles Drew, commercial rose grower; Mrs. Rose Day, one of oldest residents; Henry Chambers, chairman of village hall committee; Denys Anderson, Longworth school; Rev. Dennis Ruddy, vicar.

Simpson, John

13.2.1972

MT 54

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Sunningwell

John Simpson talks to some residents of Sunningwell including Ernest Champ, treasurer of cricket club, John Hopley, headmaster, Harold Stainton, clerk to parish council, Geoffrey Charlottes, wall builder, Rev. John Brunning, Reg Deanne, farmer, and Tresise, inn keeper.

Simpson, John

20.2.1972

MT 55

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Watlington

John Simpson talks to some residents of Watlington including Mrs. Eileen Gibbs, secretary of over 60's club, Miss Dorothy Cook, branch librarian, Bernard Griffin, shoemender, James Walsh, headmaster, John White, dentist and member of Watlington Club, and Fred Simmons, milkman.

Simpson, John

27.2.1972

MT 56

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Leafield

John Simpson talks to some residents of Leafield including Bill Dunlop, engineer in charge of post office radio station, Mrs. Alice Dore wife of carpenter and wheelwright, Eddie Ealey, landlord of The Fox P.H., Harry Ferriman, former worker at the station.

Simpson, John

5.3.1972

MT 57

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Wootton

John Simpson talks to some residents of Wootton including Miss Cleaver, postlady, daughter of blacksmith, Mrs. Joy Pomfret, member of W.I. footpath group, Mrs. Val Day, organiser of Sunshine Group for old people, Burt Hoare, leather worker and of sports club, Theodore Burton Brown, history, and Bill Dunsey, landlord of the King's Head P.H.

Simpson, John

26.3.1972

MT 58

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Tackley

John Simpson talks to some residents of Tackley including George Bull, born in Tackley 1888, Rev. Michael Barnsley, rector, Abel Honour, farmer and chairman of Silverthreads old peoples club, Vera Townsend, patchwork quilt maker, Bob Clow, milkman youth leader, and Julian Evetts, timber tradesman.

Simpson, John

2.4.1972

MT 59

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Appleford

John Simpson talks to some residents of Appleford including Charles Hill, landlord of the Carpenters Arms P.H., Dorothy Bell, ex-teacher, Patrick Gale, owner of Manor Farm, Michael Gotch, chairman of parish council, Arthur Napper, farmer and engine enthusiast.

Simpson, John

9.4.1972

MT 60

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Oxford Telephone Exchange

John Simpson talks to some employees at Oxford Telephone Exchange including Judy Smith, operator; Peggy Bartley, emergency; Pat Jones, directory enquiries; Iris Robey, chief supervisor; Derek McClintock, repairs service control; Reg Earl, central exchange; Stuart Wilkins, admin. officer; David Joyce, trainee; Glyn Hughes, maintenance of power and electricity in tunnel under St. Aldates.

Simpson, John

16.4.1972

MT 61

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Chalgrove

John Simpson talks to some residents of Chalgrove including Colin Bell, headmaster, Alec Coker, straw worker, Ron Croxford, postmaster and baker, Margaret Lawrence, Chalgrove Mill; Sidney Spicer, mills; Christine Sayer, schoolgirl doing project on Battle of Chalgrove.

Simpson, John

23.4.1972

MT 62

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Long Crendon

John Simpson talks to some residents of Long Crendon including Joyce Donald, author of a booklet on the history of the village, including needle makers; Clara Lawrence, lacemaker, talks about the art of lacemaking; Jonathan Faim, chairman of Long Preservation Society, talks about the aims of the society; Mrs. Maisie King, inhabitant of Old Courtroom restored by the National Trust; William Myall, woodcarver and market gardener; Robert Bradbury, managing director of Crendon Concrete Company, about the business.

Simpson, John

30.4.1972

MT 63

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Steventon

John Simpson talks to some residents of Steventon including Frank Gerring, builder and undertaker, Mrs. Ross oldest resident - daughter of a shoemaker, Ken Atkinson, headmaster, Jack Cox, landlord of the North Star P.H., and Eric Dunsdon, parish councillor.

Simpson, John

7.5.1972

MT 64

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Tingewick

John Simpson talks to some residents of Tingewick including Rev. David Hemsley, Rector, chairman of the Historical Society, Fred Adams, retired verger, May Dumphy, postlady, Anthony Houghton-Brown, manager of Tingewick Pottery, Mrs. Marion Clarke, Bird Farm.

Simpson, John

14.5.1972

MT 65

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Buckland

John Simpson talks to some residents of Buckland including Mrs. Katherine Adams, interested in local history; Mrs. Reggie Gray, owner of cat's home, Francis Oakshott, bursar of Univesity Hall, Russell Godfrey, wheelwright, Leslie Morgan, Les Fryer, clerk of works - Buckland Estate and youth group leader.

Simpson, John

21.5.1972

MT 66

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Alvescot

John Simpson talks to some residents of Alvescot including Roger McConnell, member of parish council and antique clock repairer, Prof. Duncan Williams, Dean of Alvescot College, Walter Morris, chairman of parish council, Major Dermot Mason, local Harold Oakey, one of older residents and scout master.

Simpson, John

28.5.1972

MT 67

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Princes Risborough

John Simpson talks to some residents of Princes Risborough including Pat Thornhill, librarian, Rev. Hugh Jones, rector, Dr. Gibson, laboratory researcher into uses of timber, Norman Evans, saddler, Miss Dufton, tweed maker, and Bryn Esias, bus driver.

Simpson, John

4.6.1972

MT 68

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Bladon

John Simpson talks to some residents of Bladon including Mrs. Muriel Sugg, reminiscences, Ethel Saville, maker of village scrapbook, Harry (Bob) Robinson, one of older residents, Percy Maisey, owner of shop, visitors from USA, and Malcolm Surman, pall bearer at Sir Winston Churchill's funeral.

Simpson, John

11.6.1972

MT 69

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Wolvercote Paper Mill

John Simpson talks to some employees at Wolvercote Paper Mill including Horace Collett, ex mill worker(1917-69); Geoff Nuttall, General Manager; Doug Hills, works manager; Arthur Warmington, preparation plant; Tony Mortimer, computer room; Terry drying room; Frank Day, quality control; and Bert Johnson, finishing processes.

Simpson, John

18.6.1972

MT 70

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Henley Royal Regatta

John Simpson talks to people at Henley Royal Regatta including Harry Tomalin, local historian; John Fenn, foreman Hobbs and Son; Jack Beresford, competitor; Mrs. Leila Spence, landlady; John Luker, printer of programmes; John Garton, chairman of of management.

Simpson, John

25.6.1972

MT 71

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Beckley

John Simpson talks to residents of Beckley including Mike Sumner, post office and shopkeeper, David Talbot, Lower Farm; Arthur William, village baker, and Harry Newell. Short piece on the history of Beckley.

Simpson, John

1.10.1972

MT 72

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Grendon Underwood

John Simpson talks to residents of Grendon Underwood including William Handley, agricultural engineer, John Saddler, boatbuilder; short piece on history of church; Pauline Hearne, draper, Tom Perrin, blacksmith, Bill East, milkman and chairman of village council.

Simpson, John

8.10.1972

MT 73

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Enstone

John Simpson talks to residents of Enstone including Rev. C.J. Eldridge-Doyle; Annie Bennett, compiler of village scrapbook, Dicky Worth, owner of bus service, Robert Brickell, horse breeder, and Tom Lockley, local historian.

Simpson, John

15.10.1972

MT 74

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Chinnor

John Simpson talks to residents of Chinnor including Jack Randall, postman, Peter Pretty, leader of youth club; short piece on village history; Bill Clarke, one of oldest residents, Norah Neighbour, schoolteacher, Ron Siarey, parish councillor for years, sawmill.

Simpson, John

22.10.1972

MT 75

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Appleton

John Simpson talks to residents of Appleton including George Holifield, bellringer, postman, Rev. Paul Tuckwell, rector - editor of Appleton Advertiser, Horace KIng, oldest resident, Peggy Ball, member of the Evergreen Club, and Frank White, bellringer.

Simpson, John

29.10.1972

MT 76

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Ambrosden

John Simpson talks to residents of Ambrosden including Joe Turner, farmer (army memories), Ronald Chard, headmaster, Mrs. Janet Gaskin, housewife, and Ted May, thatcher.

Simpson, John

5.11.1972

MT 77

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Kingston Bagpuize with Southmoor

John Simpson talks to residents of Kingston Bagpuize and Southmoor including Jack Weaving, farmer, Ron Carmichael, local historian, Mrs. Violet Viney, landlady of the Hind's Head P.H., short item on village, Kenneth Maclean, fruit farmer and member village hall committee, and Dennis Hall, chairman of parish council.

Simpson, John

12.11.1972

MT 78

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Warborough

John Simpson talks to residents of Warborough including Basil Deed, member of Warborough and Shillingford Society, Mrs. Peggy Nuds; Norman Belcher, farmer and parish councillor, Robin Harcourt-Williams, archivist, and John Tattersall, landlord of Six Bells P.H.

Simpson, John

19.11.1972

MT 79

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Stratton Audley

John Simpson talks to residents of Stratton Audley including Charlie Stockley, retired gardener at the manor, Brian Phaisey, huntsman, George Drake, hedgelayer, Rev. Valentine Fletcher, rector, Eric Goss, farmer and chairman of parish council

Simpson, John

26.11.1972

MT 80

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East Hagbourne

John Simpson talks to residents of East Hagbourne including Rev. George Wells, vicar, Walt Napper, blacksmith, Alf Webb, bellringer and cricketer, Mrs. Ivy Abbott, Manor Farm, Ernest White, butcher, and an item about the Hagbourne Bells

Simpson, John

3.12.1972

MT 81

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Charlbury

John Simpson talks to some residents of Charlbury including Sidney Price, garage owner and parish councillor, Bill Campbell, author of a book on birds, Peter Cahill, hairdresser and assistant youth club leader, and Miss Frances Kay, acting curator the museum

Simpson, John

10.12.1972

MT 82

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Croughton

John Simpson talks to some residents of Croughton including Pop Jackman, taxi driver, Alan Hawkins, headmaster, Charlie Mobley, carpenter, Alouise Vogel, aviary owner, and David Bennett.

Simpson, John

17.12.1972

MT 83

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Weed Research Organization

John Simpson talks to some employees at the Weed Research Organization including John Fryer, director; Jimmy Elliott, head of field research; Paul Smith, team leader field research; Dr. Deanne Swann; Ann Martin, botany; Eleanor Watson, library; Parker, overseas; Colin McCone, chemist.

Simpson, John

17.12.1972

MT 84

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Shabbington

John Simpson talks to some residents of Shabbington including Rev. Robert Collier, vicar, Charlie Gomm, one of older residents, Percy Plested, Betty Chapman, farmer's daughter, Tom Crittenden, retired teacher, and Richard Plested, innkeeper

Simpson, John

31.12.1972

MT 85

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East Hanney

John Simpson talks to some residents of East Hanney including Roger Saxon, headmaster, Bill Cox; Alison Crow, member of W.I., parish councillor and physiotherapist, Percy Bedwell, retired builder, and Headley Shepherd, village shop keeper.

Simpson, John

7.1.1973

MT 86

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Ewelme

John Simpson talks to some residents of Ewelme including Mrs. Amy Reeves, Shepherd's Hut; George Cannon, headmaster, Mr. Dory Winfield, resident of almshouses, Tony Rowse, honey packer, and Gerald Smith, watercress grower.

Simpson, John

14.1.1973

MT 87

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Stanton Harcourt

John Simpson talks to some residents of Stanton Harcourt including Howard Long, amateur radio enthusiast, Rev. Jock Fletcher-Campbell, vicar, Shep Simons, shepherd, Albert Gardner builder and hedgetrimmer, Tom Fenwick, headmaster, churchwarden and of church guide.

Simpson, John

21.1.1973

MT 88

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Kidlington

John Simpson talks to some residents of Kidlington including Bill Barrowman, verger, Doris Tresise, receptionist at health centre, Nathan Posner, tailor, Cyril Hawkins, cinema manager, and Bill Pinnier, chairman of parish council.

Simpson, John

28.1.1973

MT 89

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Great Haseley

John Simpson talks to some residents of Great Haseley including Rev. Kenneth Thompson, rector, Mrs. Doris Gowing, store and post office keeper, Rodney Newell, Arthur Shrimpton, farmer, and Dick Watts, landlord of The Plough P.H.

Simpson, John

4.2.1973

MT 90


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