Manchester accent: Stan and Vera recall working life just before World War Two

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English

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About the speakers

Vera Welsh (b. 1920/12/25; female, housewife & retired bus conductor)

Stan Welsh (b.1917/04/08; male, retired bricklayer)

Title:
Manchester accent: Stan and Vera recall working life just before World War Two
Date:
1999
Duration:
6:00
Format:
Sound recording
Language:
English
Copyright:
© BBC
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British Library
Shelfmark:
C900/05564A

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