Videos posted by Stuart Prebble

Josephine's

Josephine's "Who Do You Think You Are?"

On 1st October 2010 the King Alfred School in north London held a "Heritage Day". A range of fascinating people associated with the school came in to tell their stories, and pupils were asked to find out and tell something of their own family histories. One supporter of the school is Dermot Murnaghan, and Dermot interviewed Josephine about what she had discovered.

LIVING IN GERMANY AFTER THE WAR

LIVING IN GERMANY AFTER THE WAR

After the defeat of Germany, Raymond was still living with his evacuation family in Liepzig. Raymong heard and retells an interesting anecdote about Hitler. The family was so hungry that they tried to make something edible out of the potato skins. However Raymond's ingenuity and hard work enabled him to find ways to eat well......

PLYMOUTH ARGYLE -  THE MATCH OR THE MARRIAGE

PLYMOUTH ARGYLE - THE MATCH OR THE MARRIAGE

It's said that Hugh's first ever spoken word was "Argyle" but when it came to getting married, he had to fix the date before the club fixture list was published. The day turned out to coincide with a home game, so Hugh was in a dilemma. Fortunately the bride was also a fan, so they got the ceremony over in time for some of the guests to get to the match. But Hugh isn't telling whether he was able to join them!

PLYMOUTH ARGYLE - STORIES FROM A TRUE FAN

PLYMOUTH ARGYLE - STORIES FROM A TRUE FAN

Dave Boobler saw his first Argyle match in 1945 and is a truly diehard Plymouth Argyle supporter. Here he tells some stories about more than half a century of supporting "The Pilgrims". For example, Dave remembers improving his view of the match by standing on the edge of a bomb crater on the terraces. He told his stories to Lucy Unwin, Ryan Heath, Joseph Dash and Sam Beneteau. 8 year old Lucy asked the questions and the boys directed and operated the camera.

THE STORY OF RAYMOND; HOUSE OF FLOWERS

THE STORY OF RAYMOND; HOUSE OF FLOWERS

Having arrived penniless in Britain from Germany in 1948, Raymond Elias eventually built up one of the most famous florist businesses in London with his partner John Stokes. Here he tells how he got started and built the business into a famous name with stars and celebrities among his customers.