Track 1: A brief outline of Denis Slattery’s education and his career as a navigational officer with the RAF. His siblings are also discussed. Track 2: Tracing the family history to J.M. Slattery, who owned a bacon factory in Tralee. He also recalls his uncles, and their properties in Tralee and its vicinity, including Strand Road House, Cloghers House and Clonalour House. Track 3: A detailed account of his days growing up in Blennerville House. Track 4: Recalling the movement of shipping along the canal into Tralee. Track 5: The tragic death of his brother Hugh in 1939 following a motorcycle accident, which led to the closure of the business and the family’s departure from Tralee. Track 6: A detailed account of his life as an RAF navigator during World War II. Track 7: Recalling one of the first high-wing monoplane transatlantic flights. Track 8: His nine years with Aer Lingus as a senior navigator on transatlantic flights. Track 9: Recalling life as it was in the 1920s and 1930s in the town of Tralee. Track 10: The selling of the family business to Dennys, and recalling the domestic staff who worked in Blennerville House.