The National Trust at Blickling Hall hold oral history recordings [on magnetic audio tape] with people connected with Blickling Hall, which are thought to have been made in the 1980s. This prompted staff at Blickling Hall to undertake a new project, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, to carry out a new oral history project to interview people associated with the Hall and the estate from the 1930s onwards. This archive includes documents created by the new project, namely recorded interviews, digitally scanned copies of photographs in possession of the interviewees, digital photographs created or commissioned by the project and administrative documents created by the project. In addition, the archive includes clips from the new interviews used in a talk given by Bob Carter about the project. Bob Carter was the main employee associated with the project and his name is mentioned throughout this catalogue. In addition to the recorded interviews, another objective, was to create recorded dramatizations, based on the interviews and which included small clips from the first set of interviews, to enhance visitors' experience of Blickling Hall. These audio exhibits are referred to by the project as 'In Their Own Words'. The first set of recorded oral history interviews on compact cassette have not been deposited with the Norfolk Sound Archive. Where file names give information about the file's contents, this information has been transferred to the catalogue where appropriate. Topics that repeatedly appear in the interviews are the Second World War and the relationship between military personnel and those associated with the Blickling Hall estate, squatters using the disused RAF buildings after the Second World War; Blickling Hall used as filming location; people working in service and as tenant farmers. Excerpts from the interviews (AUD 27/67-83), made by the project for presentations, offer a good introduction to the subject matter covered by the interviews.