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  •   Corinne: celebrating Christmas in South Africa
    32 votes
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    Corinne (South Africa)

    In South Africa, Christmas is not celebrated in the same way as in England. Corinne, a 58-year-0ld South African living in England, tells us about this difference.

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  •   Rosemary: my childhood
    16 votes
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    Rosemary (Wiltshire, England)

    Rosemary has changed homes many times when she was a child and teenager; she tells us why, whereto, and how she felt about it.

    MP3
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  •   Rosemary: my life
    17 votes
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    Rosemary (Wiltshire, England)

    In her first recording, Rosemary spoke about her childhood in many diffferent countries. In this one she speaks of her life as a teenager and as an adult in Wiltshire, England, and tells us she feels she has found her roots - at last.

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    IMG/mp3/Rosemary_life_part_two_2.mp3


  •   Peggy: my arrival in the States: choosing a job
    25 votes
    Twitter Facebook qrcode:https://www.audio-lingua.eu/spip.php?article193

    Peggy (Irish-American, County Tipperary, Ireland)

    Peggy, 75, recalls how she had to choose a job just after arriving in America.

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  •   Peggy: my arrival in the States: a traumatic experience
    30 votes
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    Peggy (Irish-American, County Tipperary, Ireland)

    When she got to America, Peggy first contemplated working in the Death Row, as a social worker. She explains why she had made such choice.

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    IMG/mp3/Peggy_death_row_r.mp3