Recent Recordings

Some AMOHG members have listed a selection of the Oral History interviews they have recorded in recent (and not so recent) times, with brief details of the subject of the interview.

In most cases you will need to contact the collecting institution if you wish to listen to the interview.

IMG_9899Interviews at NAA by Rod Freedman

Rod Freedman recorded five interviews with current and past staff members who’ve worked in the audiovisual preservation area at NAA.

Margaret with Oedipus mask-corrThe NIDA Oral History Project (2005-2009)

Margaret Leask writes about how she recorded the memories of many NIDA graduates and their experiences in the Australian theatre scene from the 1960s onwards – producing over 80 Oral History recordings.

Malcolm Long and Storry WaltonInterviews by Storry Walton

A broad-ranged selection of interviews recorded by Storry Walton. He provides a detailed description of the interview in each case.

GSinterviewsDEInterviews by Graham Shirley

NFSA holds over 200 interviews by Graham Shirley. He writes about some of those conducted in the past five years.

newmedia-wordcloudThe New Media Oral History Project

In 2015, Malcolm Smith undertook to look at the development of the New Media sector in Australia. Several pioneer practitioners were involved in compiling a preliminary list of key players worthy of interview. 20 subjects were interviewed: Malcolm describes the entire project here.