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Vicar Paul Bagott, Parish Priest of the Church of Our Most Holy Redeemer, Exmouth Market - London, describes a traditional 300-person procession through the local area in 2011. Stopping traffic and bringing a symbolic halt to the flow of the everyday some onlookers stop and ask the significance of it. Others who know, kneel in the street as the procession passes. This story was recorded at the History Shop, a pop-up shop curated by arts charity New Deal of the Mind in August 2011. The History Shop was set up as a place for anyone to drop in, record and share their treasured memories.
Paul Bagott, Vicar of the Church of Our Most Holy Redeemer Exmouth Market,talks about his sense of responsibility for the community he serves. In doing so he recalls a hunger strike in his parish that happened in 2011. His supportive phone call to the local mp has a decisive impact on the result of the protest. This story was recorded at the History Shop, a pop-up shop curated by arts charity New Deal of the Mind in August 2011. The History Shop was set up as a place for anyone to drop in, record and share their treasured memories.
In 2007 TV producer Eleanor Greene cast Matt Smith in his first major TV role, as Danny in the BBC series Party Animals, before he went on to become the acclaimed eleventh Dr Who. Here she describes the casting process.
A Journalist describes time spent on Exmouth Market, in Clerkenwell, while working for the Observer in the 90s
Martin Bright recalls incidents related to his career that happened on Exmouth Market in Clerkenwell in the 1990s, also describing the changes on the street between then and 2011.
Antony Brand remembers living in squats in Dalston in the early 1990s, and the local pub the Duke of Wellington that was the social hub of alternative queer Dalston at that time.