A Sense of Place Part 5 - Shalom
Level: Category
Sound Archive
Level: Fonds
Level: Series
A Sense of Place
Scope and Content:
Three people talk about being part of the Orthodox Jewish community in Southend. Otto Deutsch, whose parents and sister were killed by the Nazis, came to Southend in 1972. One of his favourite places in Southend is near Prittlewell Square. Sybil Greenstein gives talks to schools, and shows children around the synagogue in Westcliff, explaining Judaism at the same time. Fay Sober, who covers her head in strict observation of her faith, talks about Israel and the death of her son whilst he was serving in the Israeli army. Produced by Anton Jarvis. Music: "Desert Sunrise" composed by Richard Anstey; Theme from "People's Century" composed by Zbigniew Preisner; Schindler's List Theme composed by John Williams; Tales From The Vienna Woods, Op. 325 composed by Johann Strauss.
Dates of Creation:
26 May 2002
29 minutes 21 seconds
Creator Name:
BBC Essex
Copyright: BBC Essex, 2002
Physical Characteristics:
Copied from Mini Disc
Originals Location:
Essex Sound & Video Archive

Key terms

TypeKey termsDescription
Subjects Jews A Sense of Place Part 5 - Shalom, 2002
Subjects Religion A Sense of Place Part 5 - Shalom, 2002
Document Types Sound recording A Sense of Place Part 5 - Shalom, 2002