Tape Recorder, by Vincent Dargan (story video) Deposited

Story Title: Tape Recorder - Vincent Dargan

Collection: Ordinary Objects, Extraordinary Times (collection) [NC]
Organisation: Healing Through Remembering (HTR) (organisation) [NC]

One of eight personal accounts from the collection 'Ordinary Objects, Extraordinary Times' that was compiled by the organisation Healing Through Remembering.

"During the late sixties Vincent Dargan used his tape recorder to record music from the radio, but he began to pick up transmissions from ‘Radio Free Belfast’, a pirate station broadcasting from behind the barricades in the Lower Falls." (from Ordinary Objects webpage).

Story Details ShowHide

Title
Tape Recorder, by Vincent Dargan (story details)
Description
This video interview with Vincent Dargan was carried out by Healing Through Remembering (HTR) for their 'Ordinary Objects, Extraordinary Times' project. It is is one of eight video interviews with people who describe how everyday objects have a special meaning for them in relation to the history of the Northern Ireland conflict.
Creator
Healing Through Remembering (HTR)
Publisher
Healing Through Remembering (HTR)
Date
2013
CAIN Glossary: 'No-go' Areas
CAIN: Book Extracts: The People's Democracy 1968-73
CAIN: Background: Abstracts on Organisations: British Army (BA)
Story Title
Tape Recorder - Vincent Dargan
Story Available
Yes
Story Format
Video
Story Source
The story has been deposited with Accounts of the Conflict.
Also available:
At website:
http://www.healingthroughremembering.org/ooet/all/
On DVD:
Ordinary Objects, Extraordinary Times
Interviewee Surname
Dargan
Interviewee Forename(s)
Vincent
Language Spoken
English
Transcription
No
Transcription Permission
n.a.
Interviewee Gender
Male
Age
65+
Religion
Catholic
Birth Country
Northern Ireland
Current Occupation
Retired
Occupation during conflict
Musician (part-time?); played with band called 'The Sheriffs'.
Previous Address
Falls Road, Belfast.
Status
Civilian
Published Format
Video
Original Format
Video_MPEG-4, Video_MOV
Archive Format
Video_MOV
Web Format
Video_MPEG-4
Story Abstract
"During the late sixties Vincent Dargan used his tape recorder to record music from the radio, but he began to pick up transmissions from ‘Radio Free Belfast’, a pirate station broadcasting from behind the barricades in the Lower Falls." (from Ordinary Objects webpage).
Themes/Topics Mentioned
No Go Area, 'Radio Free Belfast', Barricades
Dates Mentioned
1960s
Events Mentioned
No go areas, protests
Places Mentioned
Falls Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Organisations Mentioned
British Army (BA)

Video InformationShowHide

Title
Tape Recorder, by Vincent Dargan (story video)
Description
One of eight personal accounts from the collection 'Ordinary Objects, Extraordinary Times' that was compiled by the organisation Healing Through Remembering.
Creator
Healing Through Remembering (HTR)
Date
2013
Format
MPEG-4; 1278x566 pixels
Coverage
Northern Ireland conflict - 1968-2013
Duration
2 minutes, 30 seconds
Compression
MPEG-4
Producer
David Allen
Director
David Allen
Interviewer
Triona White Hamilton
Interviewee
Vincent Dargan

Collection InformationShowHide

Title
Ordinary Objects, Extraordinary Times (collection)
Description
A series of eight short interviews, recorded on video, related to the conflict in Northern Ireland. The interviews are based on common objects which took on a new meaning as a result of the conflict.
Creator
Healing Through Remembering (HTR)
Subject
Personal Accounts / Story-Telling related to Northern Ireland.
Source
Web site:
http://www.healingthroughremembering.org/films/ooet/
Also
DVD: Ordinary Objects, Extraordinary Times
Publisher
Disruptive Media / Healing Through Remembering.
Date
2013
Relation
The 'Ordinary Objects, Extraordinary Times' collection comprised of eight video stories were derived from an earlier exhibition organised by Healing Through Remembering entitled: 'Everyday Objects Transformed by The Conflict'. The exhibition of physical artifacts first opened 14-24 November 2011 before going on tour between March and July 2012 and then appearing back in Belfast in August 2012.
Format
Video files - MP4 format; Video on Web site; Video on DVD
Language
English
Type
Video stories
Coverage
Northern Ireland | 1968-2013
Stories Collected
8
Stories Deposited
7 (seven individual permission forms returned)

Organisation InformationShowHide

Title
Healing Through Remembering (HTR) (organisation)
Description
Catalogue entry compiled by Accounts of the Conflict from information on the Healing Through Remembering Web site.
Creator
Accounts of the Conflict.
Subject
Details about Healing Through Remembering which has managed project(s) to compile one or more collections of accounts / stories of the conflict.
Source
Healing Through Remembering Web site
Publisher
Accounts of the Conflict
Date
2014 - date catalogue entry compiled
Relation
Collection - Ordinary Objects, Extraordinary Times (Tag: ooet)
Language
English
Type
Catalogue entry
Date Formed
2001
Status
In operation (last check 2014)
Address
Alexander House
17a Ormeau Avenue
Belfast
Northern Ireland
BT2 8HD
Telephone
028 9023 8844
Email
info@healingthroughremembering.org
Funder
Various
Work
Dealing with the Past; Victims of the Northern Ireland conflict
Nature
Cross-community project
Organisation Abstract
An extensive cross-community project which looks at the issue of how to deal with the past relating to the conflict in, and about, Northern Ireland. HTR does not provide support and services directly to victims, however much of its discussions, debates and recommendations are victims focused. It has also focused on the issue of story-telling as well as carryout out in-house story-telling projects. One story-telling collection produced is entitled: 'Ordinary Objects, Extraordinary Times' (see relevant collection entry).

Citation

Healing Through Remembering (HTR). (2013). Tape Recorder, by Vincent Dargan (story video).
Accounts of the Conflict; Accessed: 12 May 2021 <http://accounts.ulster.ac.uk/repo24/index.php/items/show/2004>

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