Film researcher Pete Vance is appealing to members of the Jewish community who lived through the Blitz to take part in a new television documentary.
The programme, to be screened on UKTV History later this year, is about the first night of the London Blitz, September 9 1940. It will tell peoples' personal stories. Bristol-based Mr Vance, 23, works at Testimony Films, a company specialising in social history documentaries, which is making the programme. He tells People: "We are looking for people with different experiences at different times throughout the day, showing how they were caught up the Blitz and how it affected them.
"We would love to hear from anyone in the Jewish community, however old they were at the time."
Mr Vance, has been a researcher at Testimony for the past three years. Recent productions include Last Voices of the Great War, Channel 4 and The Children who fought Hitler, BBC 4.