People's History

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20060309

1/4. Billy Kay visits Fisherrow to speak to the last fishwives, women who are part of a centuries old community that carried the criel and sold fish to the big houses of Edinburgh.

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20060310

1/4. Billy Kay visits Fisherrow to speak to the last fishwives, women who are part of a centuries old community that carried the criel and sold fish to the big houses of Edinburgh.

20060312

Billy Kay visits Fisherrow to speak to the last fishwives, women who are part of a centuries old community that carried the criel and sold fish to the big houses of Edinburgh.

20060316

2/4. Billy Kay visits the East Neuk of Fife, Gourdon and Arbroath to talk to the men who run the fishvans, the contemporary continuation of a centuries old tradition.

Afternoon

Morning

Evening

20060317

2/4. Billy Kay visits the East Neuk of Fife, Gourdon and Arbroath to talk to the men who run the fish vans, the contemporary continuation of a centuries old tradition.

20060319

Billy Kay visits the East Neuk of Fife, Gourdon and Arbroath to talk to the men who run the fishvans, the contemporary continuation of a centuries old tradition.

20060323

3/4. Billy Kay travels to the North East of Scotland to record the oral history of the Scots who worked in the tea gardens of Assam and the Eastern Dooars region of Bengal in India.

Afternoon

Morning

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20060324

3/4. Billy Kay travels to the North East of Scotland to record the oral history of the Scots who worked in the tea gardens of Assam and the Eastern Dooars region of Bengal in India.

20060326

3/4. Billy Kay travels to the North East of Scotland to record the oral history of the Scots who worked in the tea gardens of Assam and the Eastern Dooars region of Bengal in India.

20060330

4/4. Moving stories from POWs interned by the Japanese and the officers charged with taking care of those who survived. POW Andy Coogan and Canadian officer Harry Duffus reminisce.

Afternoon

Morning

Evening

20060331

4/4. Moving stories from POWs interned by the Japanese and the officers charged with taking care of those who survived. POW Andy Coogan and Canadian officer Harry Duffus reminisce.

012006030920060310

Billy Kay visits Fisherrow to speak to the last fishwives, women who are part of a centuries old community that carried the criel and sold fish to the big houses of Edinburgh.

012006030920060310

Billy Kay visits Fisherrow to speak to the last fishwives, women who are part of a centuries old community that carried the criel and sold fish to the big houses of Edinburgh.

0120060312

Billy Kay visits Fisherrow to speak to the last fishwives, women who are part of a centuries old community that carried the criel and sold fish to the big houses of Edinburgh.

0120060312

Billy Kay visits Fisherrow to speak to the last fishwives, women who are part of a centuries old community that carried the criel and sold fish to the big houses of Edinburgh.

0220060316

2/4.

Billy Kay visits the East Neuk of Fife, Gourdon and Arbroath to talk to the men who run the fishvans, the contemporary continuation of a centuries old tradition.

0220060316

2/4.

Billy Kay visits the East Neuk of Fife, Gourdon and Arbroath to talk to the men who run the fishvans, the contemporary continuation of a centuries old tradition.

0220060317

2/4.

Billy Kay visits the East Neuk of Fife, Gourdon and Arbroath to talk to the men who run the fish vans, the contemporary continuation of a centuries old tradition.

0220060317

2/4.

Billy Kay visits the East Neuk of Fife, Gourdon and Arbroath to talk to the men who run the fish vans, the contemporary continuation of a centuries old tradition.

0220060319

Billy Kay visits the East Neuk of Fife, Gourdon and Arbroath to talk to the men who run the fishvans, the contemporary continuation of a centuries old tradition.

0220060319

Billy Kay visits the East Neuk of Fife, Gourdon and Arbroath to talk to the men who run the fishvans, the contemporary continuation of a centuries old tradition.

0320060323

3/4.

Billy Kay travels to the North East of Scotland to record the oral history of the Scots who worked in the tea gardens of Assam and the Eastern Dooars region of Bengal in India.

0320060323

3/4.

Billy Kay travels to the North East of Scotland to record the oral history of the Scots who worked in the tea gardens of Assam and the Eastern Dooars region of Bengal in India.

0320060324

3/4.

Billy Kay travels to the North East of Scotland to record the oral history of the Scots who worked in the tea gardens of Assam and the Eastern Dooars region of Bengal in India.

0320060324

3/4.

Billy Kay travels to the North East of Scotland to record the oral history of the Scots who worked in the tea gardens of Assam and the Eastern Dooars region of Bengal in India.

0320060326

3/4.

Billy Kay travels to the North East of Scotland to record the oral history of the Scots who worked in the tea gardens of Assam and the Eastern Dooars region of Bengal in India.

0320060326

3/4.

Billy Kay travels to the North East of Scotland to record the oral history of the Scots who worked in the tea gardens of Assam and the Eastern Dooars region of Bengal in India.

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Moving stories from POWs interned by the Japanese and the officers charged with taking care of those who survived.

POW Andy Coogan and Canadian officer Harry Duffus reminisce.

4/4.

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Moving stories from POWs interned by the Japanese and the officers charged with taking care of those who survived.

POW Andy Coogan and Canadian officer Harry Duffus reminisce.

4/4.

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4/4.

Moving stories from POWs interned by the Japanese and the officers charged with taking care of those who survived.

POW Andy Coogan and Canadian officer Harry Duffus reminisce.

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4/4.

Moving stories from POWs interned by the Japanese and the officers charged with taking care of those who survived.

POW Andy Coogan and Canadian officer Harry Duffus reminisce.