00:00 minutes: seconds - subjects discussed include airmen; baths; bombs; children; children's presents; cold tea; Christmas presents; Dereham; bombing of Dereham; Father Christmas; harran hold-ye [hold ye tight]; refreshments during harvesting; use of horses in harvesting; health; driving horses and carts; hygiene; illness; Home Guard; muck spreading; nineteen-forties; nineteen-thirties; bombing of Norwich; parents; Mr Parfitt, father of interviewee; presents; Santa Claus; toys; wars; World War II.
04:45 m:s - cars, police; children; reporting of crimes; policemen's duty hours; Maltons [company name]; occupations; Florrie Parfitt; police service; police transport; police uniforms; policemen; damage to telephone boxes; thefts; Fred Trudgill, foreman at aforesaid Maltons; wages.
12:55 m:s - Beachamwell Hall; blacksmiths; Billy Clements, pub landlord; Cricketers Arms Public House, Saxlingham Green; door-to-door sellers; gambling; games; grandparents; Lawrence & Scotts of Lincoln; money; Mr Parfitt, blacksmith at Beachamwell Hall; practical jokes; pub landlords; public houses; Saxlingham Green, [Saxlingham by Holt]; selling goods; threepenny bitstwizzles [game].
17:25 m:s - apples, theft of; bakers' roundsmen; bicycles; Clive Butcher; children; clergymen; damage to gates; David Holmes; nineteen-forties; nineteen-thirties; Mr Parfitt, father of interviewee; Mrs Parfitt, mother of interviewee; parsons; policemen; Jimmy Stevenson, clergyman.
20:40 m:s - Boy Scouts; church schools; Reverend Fenn; games; jokes; money; nineteen-forties; nineteen-thirties; occupations; parsons; policemen; punishments; school teachers; schools; scout funds; swearing; teachers; tracking.
25:10 m:s - Ashill; burglaries; cars; CID; crimes; criminals; Dereham; Dereham Police; Downham; Downham Police; policemen's duty hours; Feltwell; Foulden; Hockwold; Hockwold Club; Methwold; theft of money; Northwold; policemen; punishments; Swaffham Police; thefts; Peter Townsend, policeman.
30:22 m:s - accidents; 'Adder', nickname of interviewee's brother; Dr Bolam [?]; deaths; elderly people; accidents involving electric fires; grandparents; Mundford; names; 'Nibs', nickname of Reggie Spooney; nicknames; Mr Parfitt, grandfather of interviewee; Stoke Ferry.
36:31 m:s - American servicemen; Alan Botwright; cars; crimes; Elm Tree Farm, Northwold; false teeth, anecdotes; farm; houses; mail order companies; military police; nineteen-forties; Northwold; policemen; RAF Lakenheath; Red House, Northwold; Mrs Roby; wearing; thefts; video recordings; women.