Item OHP/8 - Interview with Donald Lush

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OHP/8

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Interview with Donald Lush

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  • 9 Feb 2011 (Creation)

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67 mins, Born-Digital. Audio Visual

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Recording of interview with Donald Lush, photography student at Regent Street Polytechnic 1980s.

Interviewer: Anna McNally, History Project Archivist.

Discusses: childhood; reasons for joining the Polytechnic; film and photographic arts course - staff, students, content and structure; Student and social life - gigs, clubs and societies, accommodation; Swimming Pool [bath] in Regent Street; Facilities/Premises - Clipstone Street, Little Titchfield Street, Regent Street; Student Union elections; career.

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Status: Open. Access is subject to signing the Regulations for Access form, unless the records are restricted under the Data Protection Act 2018 or under exemptions in the Freedom of Information Act 2000

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CD held in LG.05/CDBOX3

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Memorabilia ACC2011/17

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