Detail

Title ID 12232Collection ID1258
TitleMedway on Screen: Introduction to the Project
Date2011
CollectionMedway on Screen - Project films
Genre/TypeProfessionalScreen Archive South EastNon-fictionOral History
KeywordsLocal History Oral History
Location
LocalMedway
RegionalMedway Kent
NationalEngland United Kingdom
Credits
ProductionScreen Archive South East
Cameravarious
Commissioning bodyScreen Archive South East
Funding bodyHeritage Lottery Fund
EditorScreen Archive South East / Junk TV
ParticipantsDr Frank Gray (Archive Director, SASE); Catherine Walsh (Project Officer, SASE); Alison Cable (Archivist, Medway Archives and Local Studies Centre), Christine Furminger (Secretary, City of Rochester Society), Iris (at Age UK, Staplehurst), Charles (at Age UK, Postley Farm)
FormatMixed Colour and Black & White Sound
Duration06 min. 17 sec.
Copyright & AccessCopyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details

Summary

A compilation of still images and video interviews with Medway on Screen project team members and partners edited into an introduction for the Medway on Screen DVD. Medway on Screen was a community history project run by Screen Archive South East in 2010, exploring memories of the River Medway and West Kent.

Description

The introduction to the Medway on Screen DVD includes archive clips along with interviews with Dr Frank Gray (Archive Director, SASE); Catherine Walsh (Project Officer, SASE); Alison Cable (Archivist, Medway Archives and Local Studies Centre), Christine Furminger (Secretary, City of Rochester Society), and clips reminiscence sessions including Iris (at Age UK, Staplehurst) and Charles (at Age UK, Postley Farm).

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Contextual information

This community history project run by Screen Archive South East in 2010, explored memories of the River Medway and West Kent. The project used archive film material of the Medway region and captured oral histories, gathered photographs and conducted local history research. The project ran in Tonbridge, Maidstone, Rochester and the Medway Towns, and was funded by the National Lottery Heritage Lottery Fund, supported by The Centre for Kentish Studies, Medway Archives & Local Studies Centre and Tonbridge Library.

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