SUMMARY: This transcript contains two interviews, the first conducted in 1963 with Ralph Bond and the second in 1972 with Kevin Brownlow. Several anecdotes feature in both sittings; a remarkable feat given the interval between them. Dickinson proves a lively and garrulous subject, but neither interviewer is able to keep him from digressing and so systematic details of his career, particularly the latter part, are hazy. Nevertheless, he provides some fascinating insights into working conditions, particularly in the 1910s and 1920s, and in the first interview he discusses the establishment of the ACT union. Much valuable technical information is also provided. Unfortunately, both interviews are periodically interrupted by breaks in the tape. It is unclear whether this is the due to censorship or to the recording being paused on site.