Monty at large

Monty at large
Interview; Documentary
TX Date
24 Feb 1979
Year of production
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Monty at Large. Monty Modlyn visits traditional craft workshops located on the riverside near Rotherhithe, south-east London as part of a scheme by Southwark Council targeted at young people. He visits Waterside, an old grain warehouse built in 1840. He interviews Horace Cutler, Greater London Council; Maureen Chapel(?), a litho printer; Jane Armstrong, a potter; Jeremy Low(?), who repairs musical instruments; Steven(?) Linsel(?), a spinet maker; Robert Allen(?), a boot maker; Sandy Black, a knitter; Adrian, a cabinet maker. At Hope Sufferance Wharf, Modlyn interviews Peter Leyton(?), a glass blower; Graham Collins, Estates Surveyor for Southwark Council; Eric Eels(?), Employment Industrial Development Officer for Southwark Council; Bronson Shaw, stained glass window maker; Carol and Giles Fisher, potters; children Jackie and Michael Conway, who are having lessons; David Jamieson(?), a textile designer.
Horace Cutler; Monty Modlyn; Maureen Chapel(?); Jane Armstrong; Jeremy Low(?); Sandy Black; Peter Leyton(?); Graham Collins; Eric Eels(?); Bronson Shaw; Carol Fisher; Giles Fisher; Jackie Conway; Michael Conway; David Jamieson(?); Steven(?) Linsel(?); Robert Allen(?) (bootmaker)
London; Local authorities; GLC; Urban regeneration; Employment; Arts; Southwark; Youth; River Thames; Jewellery; Rotherhithe; Arts policy; Musical instruments; Craft workers; Handicrafts; Knitting; Woodwork; Stained glass; Art glass; Ceramic art; Pottery; Boots; Textile arts; Textile printing; Workshops (creative arts); Workshops; Printing workshops; Industrial Buildings Preservation Trust

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