The project trying to save the East End’s history

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The project trying to save the East End’s history

For the past eight years - Bishopsgate Voices has been capturing the stories and experiences of people from east London. 

Inspired by a pioneering project from the 1970s where oral history recordings were first carried out- today's version has collected more than 100 interviews and produced a CD showcasing the work.

Interpretation Officer Michelle Johansen explains more. 

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