Podcasts presented in 2014

6 Nov 2014

Scientists' stories of their childhood

Dr Paul Merchant (British Library)
4 Nov 2014

Interrogating the archived UK web: Historians and Social Scientists Research Experiences

Dr Gareth Millward (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine), Richard Deswarte (University of East Anglia), Dr Peter Webster (British Library)
21 Oct 2014

Land drainage of the East Riding wetlands

Professor John Marriot (University of Hull)
7 Oct 2014

Introducing Paper Machines

Jo Guldi (Brown University)
4 Sep 2014

The Australian Reader's Remember project in retrospect, or why we (still) need an oral history of reading

Professor Martyn Lyons (University of New South Wales, Australia)
17 Jun 2014

Mapping the medieval countryside

Dr Matthew Holford (University of Winchester)
9 Jun 2014

Tony Benn: history man?

Keith Flett and others
9 Jun 2014

International NGO's: New Directions for Historical Research

Dr Thomas Davies (City University London)
4 Jun 2014

John Wesley in America: Restoring Primitive Christianity

Dr Geordan Hammond, Nazarene Theological College (Manchester)
3 Jun 2014

Digitising the First World War: opportunities and challenges

Professor Sir Deian Hopkin (President of the National Library of Wales)
28 May 2014

Breaking free of documents: Collections in Global Histories Q&A

Margot Finn (UCL), Catherine Eagleton (British Library), JD Hill (British Museum)
12 May 2014

Work Motivation Experiments at the Interwar Cocoa Works

Michael Weatherburn (Imperial College London)
6 May 2014

The History of Sex in Twentieth-Century South Africa

Dr Catherine Burns (WiSER, University of the Witwatersrand), Dr Sarah Duff (WiSER, University of the Witwatersrand)