Natalie Hacker

Born

April 1992 in Hammersmith, London

Background

Grew Up and lives In Ealing, London.

Date of Interview

22nd September 2021

“Sounds like a really interesting project, I am definitely up for being interviewed. Thanks Nat”

Natalie Hacker (20th August 2021)

Natalie Hacker is lively intelligent 29-year-old woman and was a mum-to-be expecting her baby five weeks after this interview. Natalities’ early life was filled with the ambition of becoming an actor and she performed in various roles cumulating in playing Joan of Arc – without a French accent.
Acting is a difficult profession to follow and it gave way to working in film production and then marketing. Natalie gives a refreshing take on life in 2021, from parental leave to working at home; holidays and Christmas with her parents to social media.
As a 29-year-old it was interesting to have Natalie’s views on today’s subjects such as coronavirus, Boris Johnson, online shopping, racism and the Royal family.
 
 

Interviewer: Carlo Harrison

Cataloguer: Fiona Quinton


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You can listen to the entire recording by clicking the start arrow or, you can move the slider to one of times shown for the headings opposite, they are a guide to the many things we chatted about.
First Time Mum (A Girl)00.35
Coronavirus Jabs And Pregnancy04.35
Parents – Sarah (Doctor, Pharmaceutical Trainer) – Richard (Tax Consultant)06.10
Manchester University – Drama And Film Degree09.45
Acting / Drama10.50
Childhood Ambition – Acting14.20
Working Life – Film Production – Marketing18.10
Parental Leave20.30
Working Parents23.35
Husband – Thomas (School Link Worker)28.45
Vaccines30.55
Siblings – Georgina (Department Of Culture) – Michael (Foreign Office)35.25
Holidays – Mexico – Sri Lanka36.55
Christmas41.15
Drama43.45
Music47.35
Social Media50.20
Shopping – On Line v In Person51.25
Boris Johnson – Coronavirus54.10
Brexit55.50
Prince Andrew58.25
Racism & Sexism1.01.05
Advice To Younger Self1.03.10
Handwritten Letter Writing1.04.15

 

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Carlo Harrison

Recording this social history, chatting to different people about a whole host of subjects is a real pleasure, such an interesting and I think worthwhile project for people to listen to both now and in years to come.

You know what it’s like, everything costs money!

If you feel like you could make a donation of any size to help me I would really appreciate it.

Thank you.

Carlo Harrison