Seeking tales of Wales in 1960s
Testimony Films is producing a four-part series for BBC Cymru Wales on life in Wales during the 1960s.
We're keen on speaking to people who lived in Wales in the 1960s and have experiences and stories to share.
The series will explore the dramatic changes that took place in Wales in the 1960s to transport, education and industry and the effect of the sexual and social revolution.
Do you have a story about the education system in Wales in the 1960s?
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Did you pass or fail your 11-plus?
Do you remember the opening of the Severn Bridge and the M4 and the closure of many railway lines in Wales?
Were you a rebel teenager who defied a traditional upbringing?
Did you listen to the new bands that were emerging out of Wales?
Do you have a story about working in industry in the 1960s? Perhaps you remember the new opportunities that were opening up for women in the work place?
Did you work down the mines, the steel works or work in a factory on one of the big industrial estates?
If you or someone you know has memories of life in Wales in the 1960s or would like more information on the series, contact me.
Emily Sivyer, Testimony Films, 12 Great George Street, Bristol BS1 5RH. 0117 925 8589.