Audio Recordings

Shoreham memories

A set of audio recordings and a BBC radio programme that captures the anecdotes and memories of those residents of Shoreham.

Introduction – Shoreham’s Past Recalled – BBC Local Radio interview with David Tait of the Shoreham Society in 1994:

Bert and Peg Taylor recall their time in 1920’s/30’s Ship Street, Gordon Road and Bert’s wartime experiences during the retreat from Dunkirk (part 1):

Bert and Peg Taylor recall their time in 1920’s/30’s Ship Street, Gordon Road and Bert’s wartime experiences during the retreat from Dunkirk (part 2):

“Shoreham Memories” BBC Radio programme about Bungalow Town

Listen to Fred Clarke’s delightful Sussex accent as he describes his time  at work in the boatyard and Bungalow Town during WW2:

  ‘When milk was a penny a pint’ – more on Bungalow Town in the early years with Doris Roberts (part 1):

‘When milk was a penny a pint’ – more on Bungalow Town in the early years with Doris Roberts (part 2):

Bungalow Town residents Helen Larman & Arthur Godfrey:

Sunday School at St.Julian’s Hall and life in Kingston and Southwick in the 1930’s:

 

Sam Youles, the Harbour and Kingston (part 1):

  Sam Youles, the Harbour and Kingston (part 2):

Bessie Bailey remembers Bungalow Town life between the Wars:

More Sussex accents with the Burchell family of Horsham: