Preserving the voice of the past
Interested in oral history?
For almost half a century, the Oral History Society has supported people who want to record and preserve spoken history and share it with others. We encourage people of all ages to record their own and other people’s life stories.
In the run up to this year’s OHS conference Oral History and the Media, read about Stephen Kelly’s project interviewing over 120 people who used to work for Granada Television.
This is the story of the resurrection of the Environment and Climate Change Special Interest Group of the Oral History Society. But the question that really needed answering was, what is it for?
Follow us on
.@OHS_Environment's map can be found on our website. It is being constantly expanded and updated. If you would like to add a project or correct an entry, please contact Rib Davis (contact details via ...Read More
In our latest blog post, Rib Davis, Chair of @OHS_Environment, reflects on the creation of the OHS's ECC Special Interest Group and its work in mapping #Environment + #ClimateChange #OralHistory work ...Read More
RT @yhp_uk: We’re delighted to announce the launch of our project: A Hidden History: African women and the British Health Service in the 20…Read More