Bryan Stott has lived such a full and interesting life that, for the first time, I have recorded two separate interviews. This is interview number two, if you haven't heard the first one with this charming, well-spoken gentleman then I urge you to have a listen to it.
Bryan talks of wartime Yeadon as witnessed by a young boy; the Avro; Home Guard and the MAP houses with me filling in the details for him on the bombs dropped on Otley Chevin. The mills and High Street of the 1940's are also covered along with the carnival parades.
We have a good chat about the Freemasons which is very enlightening and will surprise you about how the Freemasons operate.
Bryan finishes of with his - and his dad's - philosophy about understanding people.
You won't want to stop listening to this recording so settle into a comfy chair before you start.