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The Oral History Company – is a network of full-time freelance professionals with a common interest in producing high quality oral history. We operate throughout the UK on public oral history commissions large and small.

Originally set up as a Community Interest Company, we remain true to our key social aim: the democratisation of knowledge and heritage through the collection and preservation of oral history. Members of the network may work on projects individually, or in any combination; the network includes several experienced project managers able to supervise larger projects on a case-by-case basis.

We welcome opportunities to extend our online home for abandoned oral history archives – do get in touch via our contact page. To see and listen to our rescued archives click here.


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  • Dormant Mode Jul 23, 2013

    Due to time pressures and other commitments, the voluntary core staff of the OHC are unable to put the required time in to push the project along. We will still be available via the contact form should you need help …

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  • Display fixed Jul 23, 2013

    The links to the maps and sound files for the Riboud archive have now been repaired. Things should be operating normally now. Thanks for your patience.

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