- AUD 112, RAT1
- nd [1980s]
Perhaps recorded off the radio
Perhaps recorded off the radio
Recorded interviews (whole interviews and selected excerpts) and photographic prints of interviewees, mounted on one paper. Permission forms for all interviewees (except for Jimmy Turner, which will follow and for Mrs Edie Ellerton), with accession paperwork. The festival took place during September 2008.
Grace Cook; fl 2008; oral history interviewer; Mundham, Norfolk
Anonymised interviews with users (8 interviews), volunteers (10 interviews), and others (2 interviews) in relation to the food bank in Wymondham.
Wymondham Community Outreach Project; fl 2021; food bank; Wymondham, Norfolk
Oral history recordings and associated documents relating to Norfolk's Bengali/Bangla and Sylheti-speaking communities which were collected as part of a project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and led by the National Centre for Writing.
National Centre for Writing; 2018-; charity; Norwich, Norfolk
Friends of Norfolk Dialect; 1999-; conservation society
Lady Monica Victoria Smith; 1897-?
The collection consists of recordings off transmission of both complete programmes and parts of programmes. They have been arranged into three series; the first contains two editions of 'This is East Anglia', presented by Jean Goodman (JG); the second series contains sound tracks of television programmes broadcast on BBC 1 East Anglia entitled 'On Camera: A Place to Live', again presented by JG; and the third series contains excerpts from BBC Radio programmes featuring JG.
Jean Goodman; 1918-2003; journalist; Norwich, Norfolk
There are recordings of four speeches, the first either practice or actual address to Colman staff, Christmas 1964; the second is an address to the [Food Manufacturers'] Federation of which Mr Hare was president; the third is a practice of Mr Hare's address to Colman staff, Christmas 1965; and the fourth interview is the actual speech given by Mr Hare to staff Christmas 1965. It is unclear from the recording if the first two speeches are practice speeches or the actual speeches, the former is most likely.
William Rowan Hare; fl 1964-1965; businessman; Norwich, Norfolk
Tom Potter; fl 1914-1982; Burston, Norfolk
Costume and Textile Association for Norfolk Museums; 1989-
Hellesdon High School; 1937-
A collection of oral history recordings, capturing the memories of residents of the East Anglian coast line with focus upon Great Yarmouth. The collection focuses upon fishing trades, offshore industries, leisure and tourism, family life, and the world wars.
Norfolk County Council, Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service; 1974-
The records created by the Reclaiming the Past Project, hereafter referred to as the Project, are sound recordings of oral history interviews with people involved in local Mencap Societies, transcripts of these interviews and a publication that was written as a result of the Project. The Project's aim was to look at the role of local Mencap Societies in the development of community care in East Anglia. Though the Project looked at the whole of East Anglia, the material deposited with the Norfolk Sound Archive relates mainly to Norfolk. The Project officer was Sheena Rolph and funding bodies for the Project were the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and the Open University (OU). Though the interviews date from 2001 they relate to events that took place mainly from 1945-2001.
Catalogue entries for individual interviews based on typescript summaries provided by depositor. Recordings made as part of the research for book written by Brundall Local History Group. Memories relate to Brundall, Braydeston and surrounding area during 1920s to 1970s.
Brundall Local History Group; fl 2005-