Oral History

We need some enthusiastic folk to record stories please


Local residents would like to record their stories. More names and contact details are needed for this project please.
A series of recordings could be put online, made into a CD, and/or a book could be written.
 
If you know anyone who would like to participate in this new Starcross oral history project to record memories, please send details to
starcross.history@gmail.com
We don't mind if the memories are local, or from further afield: wartime or peacetime stories; life as a soldier or as a skilled worker; andchildhood memories.

As well as the interviewees, we need interviewers and recording experts. If you would like to have a go at interviewing, or you would be able to edit the recordings,  also please contact the above email.


Preserving audio records
Vint Cerf, vice-president of Google, 
Vint Cerf photo by Murdo Macleod
  has warned about the volatility of online archives Vint Cerf on the forgotten century

The British Library are concerned about the deterioration and potential for loss of audio material old
Edison 'concert' wax cylinders in the collections of the British Library

and new


They conducted a survey which  ended on 31st May 2015. They have created a directory of UK sound collections

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