Volunteers and Voters

Home » Useful sources » Audio sources

Audio sources


Oral History
and  Youtube are worth searching for oral histories – as a free online audio resource, the applications are widely used by oral history project groups for sharing their recordings.  Try using hashtags – e.g. #oralhistory – to narrow your search.

The Oral History Society 
For best practice guidelines, and advice on how to carry out your own Oral History project
The British Library Oral History Collection
“The oral history collections at the British Library cover a wide range of subject areas. The interviews made available here are only a small selection from the many thousands held in the British Library. Visit the Oral History section on our website for an overview of the collections and search for all British Library oral history recordings using the online Sound and Moving Image Catalogue.”


Formidable Women of Worcestershire

Follow Volunteers and Voters on WordPress.com

Led by:

%d bloggers like this: