SR-196: Track 1 introduces the interview.
Tracks 2 - 3 discuss the Kilpin family, including Legh Kilpin, Illsey's grandfather. Kilpin's childhood and education in England are discussed, as well as his family's move to Montreal. Blanche Margareta Sangster, Kilpin's wife, is mentioned.
Track 4 describes Kilpin's art exhibits in London.
Tracks 5 - 6 discuss Kilpin's wife and his hobbies.
Track 7 describes Kilpin's teaching work in England and Montreal.
Track 8 discusses Kilpin's paintings.
Track 9 discusses Blanche Sangster and Illsey's mother, known as Dick.
Track 10 briefly mentions Kilpin's brothers.
Tracks 11 - 12 discuss Kilpin's establishment in Canada as an artist.
Track 13 describes the Kilpin cottage. Kilpin's collection of paintings is also discussed.
Track 14 discusses the Kilpin family moving to Canada.
Tracks 15 - 16 continue to discuss the Kilpin cottage.
Track 17 discusses Noel Kilpin, who was responsible for Kilpin's paintings. The donation of the paintings to the Langley Centennial Museum is discussed.
Track 18 describes a trip Kilpin took back to England in 1910 or 1911.
Track 19 continues to discuss Noel Kilpin.
Tracks 20 - 21 discuss Illsey's own paintings.
Tracks 22 - 23 discuss Illsey's family and husband Hartwell Illsey. Illsey worked for the government in Washington during World War II. Hartwell Illsey was in the army. He became a United Church minister after the war, and a counsellor for veterans.
Track 24 discusses Illsey's opinion of Kilpin's paintings.