County Wexford Oral History Programme Podcasts
About the Project
Listen to Wexford people talk about their lives and stories
Since 2008, over 130 have been interviewed. The recordings are available here as podcasts and on cd for borrowing from all branch and mobile libraries.Wexford people here are witnesses to and practitioners of aspects of local life which are disappearing fast.Hear about school and childhood, work, trades and crafts, fairs and festivals, shopping and lots more.
To listen to a podcast
Click on the person's name or photo.
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To get involved
Background to the Project
The County Wexford Oral history Programme
- collects the memory and life experiences of people associated with County Wexford through audio & video recorded conversation.
- conserves records to archival standard.
- makes recordings available locally and globally for research and educational purposes.
- includes this material within publications of popular interest.
WW1 archive recordings made at Wexford Library, 16 May 2014
Contributors to Wexford Library’s Community Archiving Day on May 16th 2014 talk about relatives who participated in World War 1 with interviewer Alan McGuire.
Visit Europeana 1914-1918 - untold stories & official histories of WW1 type ‘Wexford’ in the home page search engine to read other contributors’ stories.