OK, so first of all you will need to talk to your grandparents and ask them if they are happy to help you. If they don’t say yes strait away then you could try baking them a cake, painting them a picture or promising you’ll be good FOREEEEVVVEEEEERRRRR and see if that convinces them…
Then you will need to think of a list of questions, what would have been different, what didn’t they have that you have, and what did they have and do that you don’t? Think about where they lived. Their school and how that was different. What were their parents like with them and for that matter what was school like and who were they friends with? Where did they go on holidays and what did they do before mobile phones and the internet???
Now’s the tricky bit, “Lights, camera, action!”. Think about where you are going to do the interview, make sure there’s enough light to see the stars of the show but not too much that its TOOOO bright. You also need to think about sound, make sure there’s not too much noise around you so you don’t have to shout. You will also need to think about whether you are going to film the interview yourself or get someone to help you so you can be on camera too.
Now all that’s left is recording the interview. Ask your interviewee all your questions and then send us your videos. We’ll take care of everything else!
Remember you’ll need your parent’s permission first!