A woman who lives in sheltered accommodation spends several nights every week riding on London’s night buses in order to meet people. Carol says nobody speaks to her when she is at home so she goes looking for company on public transport.
This is the link to the BBC video –
The woman who spends her nights on a London bus
Special thanks to volunteers Cliff, Jacqueline, Miriam and Tina from
Digital Realty, FCA, MJ Mapp and Willis Towers Watson via Benefacto – plus regular volunteers Derek, Gene, Margaret, Michael and Tom.
Jacqueline and Philomena
Catherine and Cliff
Tina and Hyacinth
Miriam, Tom and Clarenton
Special thanks to volunteers Andy, Eliza, Jamie, Kathryn and Sarah Jane from
Informa and Lexis Nexis via Benefacto – plus regular volunteers Derek, Gene, Margaret, Michael and Tom.
Eliza and Connie
Irene and Gene
Kathryn, Irene, Jamie and Eliza
Andy and Hyacinth
A heavily-edited conversation that started with Andreas’ life as a shoemaker.
Voices: Andreas, Brian, Janette, Rick, Sallie and Walter.
Recorded 19 November 2018 in the Dalston Eastern Curve Garden, London E8 3DF, UK.
Brian tells us about his early life: growing up in Romford, his first job, National Service in Egypt, St Martin’s School of Art.
This is an outtake from a longer group discussion. The background crackling sounds are from the Pineapple House log fire.
Recorded 19 November 2018 in the Dalston Eastern Curve Garden, London E8 3DF
See yourself as you were then A Frequently Asked Question Q: Where are all the old videos and photos?
Special thanks to volunteers Arani, Cherrieann, Joanna, Sekinat, Tolulope and Yvonne from
Boden via Benefacto – plus regular volunteers Derek, Margaret, Michael and Tom.
Josh and Cherrieann
Yvonne and Julie
Dot and Tolu
Sekinat and Walter
Yvonne and Hyacinth
Mimi and Joanna
Full up, as usual!
Special thanks to volunteers Alessio, Daniel, Laura, Ron, Sarah, Tim and Vicky from
ITV via Benefacto – plus regular volunteers Derek, Margaret, Michael and Tom.
Dan & Catherine
Joy & Dan
Alessio & Wadley
Omotosho & Dan
Victoria, Vicky and Tim
Sarah, Irene and Abe
We had more than 50 people at Whitmore Community Centre — easily the largest attendance ever.
But we managed, thanks to the help of our regular volunteers, plus corporate volunteers Coralie, Lerica and Mia from
Aecom, and John from Carey Group — all via Benefacto.