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Interview with my father about his life as a child and today.
In this interview, conducted in November 2018 San Diego, Loïc Delattre interviews his father Cyril Delattre about his childhood and his job experience.
This interview is with my father and we talk about his childhood memories in Egypt and many things about his life and family
I interviewed my dad involving topics about family, religion, and our future.
Taylor's grandfather was visiting during the Thanksgiving holiday and had a casual conversation about his life.
Joycestine Fletcher(79) talks with her grandson, Taylor Fletcher(27) about raising healthy kids, influential parents, and dealing with racism and segregation in 1950s Kansas schools.
“What are we doing there?” the tragic story of life as a kid in America during the pointless Vietnam War. Will Angarola interviews his father Bill Angarola in Los Angeles, California about life as a teenager in the 60s in...
My mom Leticia and her life story, it was not the best yet somehow, not the worst either.
I just talked with my grandpa and had a nice time I really love him and so of my other family members included
In this Interview i shall say, i interviewed my dad and asked questions about his past and what he sees in the future, and I will say that it was really interesting.
I asked my mother questions about what life was like without having a father around because her father passed when she was very young.
Jon talks about my grandfather being one of his POIs and how he wanted to be a forest fireman but ended up becoming a floor layer
Part owner of Sawtown Tavern, Troy Everwine, speaks candidly about the arts, vegan diets, Ida Dunnum, the LGBTQ community and the progression of the Tacony community in Philadelphia. We talk about Troy's performances on stage in Center City, the proudest...
Atem Da’Hajhock (28) and John Kuai (27) talk with Joan Hecht (57) about their experiences as one of the many young refugees from Sudan called the Lost Boys.
The ten of us talked about how we hope to be remembered. Some were more vocal than others, including the French bull dog bean snoring in the background.