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Archival sound online

Archival Sound Recordings

From African radio drama to Germaine Greer discussing free will, the new online Archival Sound Recordings are a fascinating teaching resource comprising music, soundscapes and the spoken word.

Developed in association with JISC (Joint Information Systems Committee), the archive is an ongoing project to promote and provide digital audio content for teachers, researchers and students in higher and further education.

Memories of the British jazz scene, the sounds of Dartmoor (above), interviews with British artists - all can be found in the collection of over 12,000 recordings.


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