Interviewing a London cabby on the way to visit the Tate Gallery's Lichtenstein Exhibition while Studs was in London.
While in London, England, Studs Terkel interviews George Curry, a newspaper vendor with a storefront in a hotel. The two discussed Curry’s hometown of Dundee, Scotland and its politics, in addition to London’s current political atmosphere. They also talk about Curry’s political leanings; he is a socialist, and he criticizes England’s immigration policies. Curry comments on his interest in the arts and speaks on stereotypes surrounding the working class. The interview is interrupted intermittently by customers buying their morning paper.
Interviewing a London cab driver and Karel Reisz while Studs was in England. Recorded in the cab and in Karel Reisz's London home.
Interviewing with a cockney carpenter (until 12:14), and Clancy Sigal while Studs was in England.
Michael Frayn reads from his book "At Bay in Gear Street" and how he approaches writing. Oliver Howes, a livery driver, talks about music, his middle class background, and his work;part 1.
Oliver Howes discusses his thoughts on racism in England, his daily life, and what he wants out of life. Audio is distorted from 15:39 to 35:42; part 2.
Discussing British depression with Will Paynter at Speakers Corner, Hyde Park (part 1) while Studs was in England.
The England vs. Wales rugby rivalry is brought to life live from Twickenham Stadium by Studs Terkel. Surrounded by 65,000 fans, Studs Terkel with David Thompson interview fans during the pregame show offering the traditions and spirit of this passionate sport.
During a visit to London, Studs interviews a 73 year old cab driver in London, who has 50 years on the job. They discuss traffic jams, the elderly and the young, poverty, welfare, and society. Studs also interviews a number of people attending the Tate Gallery's Lichtenstein Exhibition.
Terkel Talks with known English Dramatist Sir Arnold Wesker (part 2) about the economy of England. The talk begins with the subject of apprentices and when students began their apprenticeship (usually at the age of 15). This is a two part interview
Interviewing with the very "Upper U" girl at the establishment (Part 1) while Studs was in England.
While on a trip to England, Terkel interviews housewife Ann Davis. This is an interview done in two parts.
Christine Fox, Annie Merrill and Jennie Wilkes discuss sexism in the television industry, their upbringings, and what life is like in England for young women. This is the first of two interviews, four years apart, with these women. 1965631-3-1 is the follow up.