London’s Voices explores, reflects and celebrates London’s great diversity through the voices, memories and opinions of Londoners. It opens up the Museum of London’s rich oral history collection.
|London's Voices||LINKED||Colour Contacts|
|This downloadable booklet offers London’s Voices as a case study for others planning oral history projects.||Find out more about this soundscape by Graeme Miller that stretches along the route of the M11 Link Road in east London.||This performance piece shared personal memories through dance, music and voice.|
|"Women talk"||Questioning London||"Women talk" installation|
|Visit this online exhibition to hear memories of women in the home, the workplace and the community.||Visit this online exhibition to see what Londoners have to say about themselves and their city – and voice your own views.||This installation at the Museum of London explored the experiences of women in 20th century London through their own voices.|
|"you cannot forget VE Day"||London 16-19||Holidays of a Lifetime|
|Visit this online exhibition to listen to memories of VE Day.||Visit this online exhibition to discover more about the lives of young people in London today.||This touring exhibition looked at the history of holidaymaking through the eyes of Londoners.|
|Stage and Silver Screen||Lewisham Voices||Postcards to London|
|Visit this online exhibition featuring stories of cinema and theatre going in London.||Browse the memories and peek into the family albums of people who live and work in Lewisham.||Look at postcards featuring extracts from the Museum’s oral history collection.|
|Voices Online||Memory Bags||The London's Voices Exhibition|
|Access full oral history interviews and explore the connections that we have within our families, our communities, the city and the world.||Meet some of the stallholders at Ridley Road Market and discover how shoppers took a bit of history home with their shopping.||This exhibition showcased the Museum’s oral history collection and explored different methods of presentation.|
|The Museum is delighted that London's Voices was shortlisted in the website category for the 2003 Race in the Media Awards.|
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Last modified: Wednesday, 28 July, 2004