Maurice Smith, Former employee Sizewell Nuclear power station
Maurice talks about how the local accent has been losing ground since he was young - and explains what a "swede" and a "pudding" are.
John Marjoram, Full-time lifeboatman
John remembers how he started helping on the lifeboats informally as a youngster, eventually being taken on as crew.
Steven Saint, Full-time lifeboatman
Steven laments the loss of the local social scene - he reminisces about a time in his childhood when he'd go to the local bar with his father and people-watch.
Long description of interview: Three people who know each other very well. Maurice Smith, the eldest, is the most vocal, with John Marjoram more reserved. They are all genuinely interested in their local dialect, which they feel is declining due to outside influence and they become most animated when talking about the lifeboat.