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Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing the different ways that you can engage with and share your local history research, whether you are a beginner or an experienced local histo…
 
Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing the different ways that you can engage with and share your local history research, whether you are a beginner or an experienced local histo…
 
Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing the different ways that you can engage with and share your local history research, whether you are a beginner or an experienced local histo…
 
Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing the different ways that you can engage with and share your local history research, whether you are a beginner or an experienced local histo…
 
Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing the different ways that you can engage with and share your local history research, whether you are a beginner or an experienced local histo…
 
Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing the different ways that you can engage with and share your local history research, whether you are a beginner or an experienced local histo…
 
Welcome to this episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing the different ways that you can engage with and share your local history research, whether you are a beginner or an experienced local histo…
 
Welcome to the second episode in the new series of Local History Matters, the podcast run by the British Association for Local History (BALH) to highlight hidden local histories. In this series, we will be discussing the different ways that you can engage with and share your local history research, whether you are a beginner or an experienced local…
 
Megan Kelleher and Catherine Warr kick off the new series of Local History Matters, as they discuss the Local History Photographer of the Year competition. Music credits: Trendsetter, Mood Maze, Uppbeat.ioKirjoittanut British Association For Local History (BALH)
 
In this episode of Local History Matters Professor David Green and Natasha Preger from the Wellcome-funded ‘Addressing Health’ project discuss morbidity, mortality and occupational health in the Victorian and Edwardian Post Office with plenty of opportunities for local history studies. For all of the links mentioned in the podcast please see below:…
 
In this episode of Local History Matters Amy Hitchings and George Stokes from the Broken Futures project and Timothy Allsop from the Queer Rural Connections project discuss these two fantastic initiatives are recovering the histories of queer rural people. For all of the links mentioned in the podcast please see below: Support U website: https://ww…
 
This episode of Local History Matters explores the National Heritage Lottery Fund project Layers of London with Professor Matthew Davies, Executive Dean for the School of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy and a Professor of Urban History at Birkbeck, University of London. Layers of London hosts a wealth of digitised historic maps, photos and …
 
In this episode of Local History Matters Dr Will Butler, Head of Military Records at The National Archives explores the huge range of military records held by The National Archives and some of the local history engagement opportunities afforded by the centenary of the First World War. For all of the links mentioned in the podcast please see below: …
 
In this episode of Local History Matters Dr Ellie Pridgeon, consultant archivist, talks about a range of community archiving projects and the ways in which born digital records are changing how we archive material for future generations. For all of the links mentioned in the podcast please see below: Consultant Archivist: www.consultantarchivist.co…
 
In this episode of Local History Matters Paul Carter and Pam Smith discuss Name and Place, an exciting new data management and mapping app for local history research. This episode delves into everything from collecting data on life expectancy in a single town to a mystery shotgun death in the manor house, along with Paul and Pam’s top tips for star…
 
In this episode of Local History Matters Elizabeth Wells introduces the fascinating objects and collections held at the Westminster School Archives. From the oldest known donkey bone to the digital records exploring life in the 21st century created by pupils today, this episode reflects on the ways that school archives can be used to enhance all ki…
 
In this episode of Local History Matters Dr Amy Blakeway from the University of St Andrews describes what life was like in Scotland during the 1540s. This episode explores the role of women, the impact of war and fears of spying in Scottish towns during this period, along with some top tips for people wishing to explore Scottish archives for local …
 
In this episode of Local History Matters Emma Warren shares some fascinating objects and collections held at Chertsey Museum. This episode explores what it’s like to work in a local museum and how they can help local history researchers. For all of the links mentioned in the podcast please see below: Chertsey Museum website: https://chertseymuseum.…
 
In this episode of Local History Matters Jessamy Carlson from The National Archives describes how to use national records to research local history and the 1921 census. For all of the links mentioned in the podcast please see below: The National Archives website: www.nationalarchives.gov.uk The National Archives Research Guides: https://www.balh.or…
 
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