- AUD 14/3
- Dec 1972
00:32 (minutes:seconds) - Jean Goodman (JG) visits and interviews John Glynn Jones (JGJ), actor, at [St Margaret's] drainage mill, Acle, which he converted into dwelling house c 1962 and which used to drain surrounding marshes into River Bure. Discusses reasons for buying and converting the mill; work done on buildings and gardens; and JG and JGJ walk around the building describing it in detail.
12:44 - Vic Haines and his wife Rosie discuss their home, a converted railway carriage at Stowbridge, Norfolk [in parish of Stow Bardolph] and the reasons and difficulties of down sizing from a large farmhouse as well as the reaction of friends and family.
15:50 - [East] Lighthouse at Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire, former home of Peter Scott [Sir Peter Markham Scott, 1909-1989, painter, ornithologist, broadcaster]. Became home to Dick Fyefield and family, former London policeman, now warden of Fenland Wildfowlers Association [who leased lighthouse between 1964 and 1974]. JG speaks with DF and his wife (not named) to discuss advantages and disadvantages of living in an isolated lighthouse.