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Will. At Porynglond.
Copy of lease by Judith Pulvertoft of Peterborough, spinster, to Samuel Harris of London, gent.: tenements and close called St John's in Damgate, Skinners Row, Fincham Street alias New Conduit Street in King's Lynn, tenements in West Walton, Walpole St Peters
Part of Bradfer-Lawrence Collection
Copy of deed of grant by Judith Pulvertoft of Peterborough, spinster, to Samuel Harris of London, gent.: tenements called St John's in King's Lynn in Dampgate, and in Skinners Row, Fincham alias New Conduit Street; in West Walton, West Walton Marsh, Walpole St Peters for a recovery.
Part of Bradfer-Lawrence Collection
00:45 (minutes:seconds) - opposition to local rates increases; featuring interview by David Cass of Doug Speed of newly formed [Norwich based] East Anglia Rate Payers Association who are campaigning on rate reform. DG comments on those most affected by large increases in local rates, nature of protest, non-payment of rates and plans to extend campaign nationally.
04:56 - Pat Beasley presents item on vandalism in Peterborough schools, focussing on uneasy relationship between parents and local education authority; bad behaviour of older pupils; effect of extension to school leaving age; reaction to comments of Sir Harmer-Nicholls, Peterborough MP; vandalism at Jack Hunt Comprehensive School [Jack Hunt School, Peterborough]; and reaction to comments by Councillor Charles Swift, Chairman of Board of Governors at Lincoln Road Secondary Boys School following vandalism.
08:05 - weather forecast for East Anglia given by Wally Thrower.
09:13 - Norfolk Playgroup Week highlighting work and benefit of such playgroups. Includes interview by Leslie Burn of Mary Fawcett, Chairman of Norfolk Pre-School Playgroups Association. Topics discussed include needs of young children; required support from local authorities; comments on accusations of being middle-class; ability of low-income families to send children to playgroups; assisted playgroup in Norwich funded by Education Department as pilot project; integration of children with special needs.
13:17 - preventing crime by educating offenders, featuring interview by JG of Douglas Curtis, Regional Organiser of National Association for Care and Resettlement of Offenders. Includes founding of house in Cambridge aiming to arrange further education opportunities for offenders; opportunities for learning in prison; need for funding, welfare support and accommodation; and integrating former prisoners into existing system.
17:57 - boom of in-shore fishing, featuring interview by John Myatt of Peter Catchpole, managing director of Lowestoft company specialising in shore management for in-shore boats. Topics discussed include reasons for success of smaller boats, which incude appeal of shorter trips, less overheads, more affordable for owner skippers; boats that make up the in-shore fleet; problems of fuel price increases; and desire for government subsidies.
22:00 - John Marsh looks through the day's newspapers.
26:54 - Ted Ellis, naturalist, with Michael Chapman, walks by River Yare and Rockland Broad, describing what flora and forna can be seen, including a heronry.
31:19 - regional news and sport with Michael Drake.
David Cass; ? 1970s; journalist
00:47 (minutes:seconds) - Pat Beasley interviewing Keith Maplestone, Chief Architect to [Peterborough's] Development Corporation, regarding controlled experiment on construction of housing at 'New Bretton township', Peterborough, monitored by Department of Environment's Buildings Research Establishment. The experiment looked at advantages and disadvantages of using bricks, manufactured by London Brick Company, with dimensions in 'round metric numbers' and their suitability for modular construction techniques.
05:31 - John Myatt interviews Alan Preston, Deputy Director of the Fisheries Laboratory at Lowestoft [also known as Directorate of Fisheries Research (DFR) and from 1997 as Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS)], regarding conference at Lowestoft called 'Controlling what goes into our seas', which related to Oslo Convention and methods of assessing the suitability of dumping in the sea different organo-chlorine compounds such as PCBs and DDT pesticides.
09:43 - weather forecast for East Anglia given by Keith Smith.
10:43 - JG intoduces item on 'battered women' prompted by public meeting at Stewart Hall, Norwich, which was organised by Leeway Norwich Women's Refuge (LNWR) and explores problem of domestic violence, what it is, reasons behind it and what can be done to help. JG interviews unnamed victim of domestic violence, unnamed phsyciatrist and Elizabeth Edwards, Organising Secretary of LNWR who describes need for and aims of the refuge.
16:37 - Tom Wisdom interviews Peter Atkins, of unnamed company located near Cambridge, about ease of use of newly invented grow-bags for growing vegtables and flowers.
20:00 - JG introduces item on house sparrows. Tony Scase interviews Simon Leach, Scientific Assistant at The Nature Conservancy's [now known as English Nature] Monks Wood Experimental Station in Huntingdonshire, and winner of Zoological Society's Prince Philip Medal for his research work on roosting behaviour of house sparrows.
24:18 - Colin Doran looks through the day's newspapers.
19:18 - outine of local musical and theatrical events in Norwich, Ipswich, Caldecote and exhibitions at Ely, Colchester, Peterborough, Lavenham, Ipswich and Norwich.
31:24 - regional news and sport.
Patrick Beasley; ? 1970s; journalist