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East Midlands Oral History Archive

[Pictures of Leicester people through the twentieth century]

Talking history?
Oral history is everyone's history:
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Latest news from EMOHA

As a follow on project to the history of Black music in Leicester, Spectrum, 2Funky Arts created Radio2Funky and broadcast radio programmes throughout Black History Month in 2015. The broadcasts, which feature guests from the Black community in Leicester, particularly from the music scene, talking about their lives can be found here - https://www.mixcloud.com/radio2funky/

EMOHA's WW1 oral histories are now online. Local people talk about the home front in Leicestershire & Rutland during the Great War. Click here to go to the exhibition.

There are now nearly 80 videos about the history of Leicestershire & Rutland on EMOHA's YouTube channel playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3Rnsga7PXcsUPoh9LNfWwwP0aZvqpw7f

We are gathering information about oral history in the East Midlands and want to share information about all the holdings and projects in the region. Look here - East Midlands Oral History Pages - and let us know if anything is missing!


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A joint project to conserve and develop oral history resources in the East Midlands. Supported by the University of Leicester, Leicester City Council, Leicestershire County Council.

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Last updated: 26/01/2016
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