The National Archives Podcast Series

The National Archives Podcast Series

Hidden Love: LGBTQ+ lives in the archives

The National Archives’ collections offer a valuable insight into how the government interacted with and viewed...

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Gerald Aylmer seminar 2020: Co-production and collaboration in the archive: Welcome and introduction

What are the opportunities, and challenges, of working collaboratively with archivists, academics and community...

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Manorial Documents: Past, present and into the future – The Register goes online

The one-day conference – ‘Manorial Documents: Past, present and into the future’ – took place...

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Manorial Documents: Past, present and into the future – The manorial context

The one-day conference – ‘Manorial Documents: Past, present and into the future’ – took place...

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Manorial Documents: Past, present and into the future – Keynote Address

The one-day conference – ‘Manorial Documents: Past, present and into the future’ – took place...

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Manorial Documents: Past, present and into the future – Roundtable: What’s next?

The one-day conference – ‘Manorial Documents: Past, present and into the future’ – took place...

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Introduction to Discovery – The National Archives catalogue

Matt Norman talks to Chrissy Peters about Discovery – the online catalogue for The National Archives and 2500...

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Introduction to birth, marriages and death registers in England and Wales

Matt Norman talks to Keith Mitchell about civil registration – the system for recording births, marriages and...

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Introduction to immigration records

Matt Norman talks to Roger Kershaw about records relating to people that came to England and Wales from other...

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Introduction to wills

Matt Norman talks to Nigel Taylor about wills – the document used for centuries to control what happens to...

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Introduction to the census

The census documents information about the population taken every ten years. How and when did the system start? Where...

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The three curses of Tutankhamun

Tutankhamun lay in his tomb undisturbed until 1922, when British archaeologist Howard Carter and his wealthy patron,...

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Dependence, intolerance and expulsion: The story of England’s medieval Jewish communities

Despite having clear liberties and the protection of the Crown in the mid-12th century, the thriving Jewish...

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George Orwell, the CIA and Cold War film

The National Archives’ Cold War season drew to a close in November with a series of events intended to whisk...

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Voices of the Windrush Generation

Voices of the Windrush Generation: The real story told by the people themselves by David Matthews is a powerful...

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Documentary enlightenment: The death of Edward II and the principles of historical methodology

How do we know what we think we know about the past, and why do even the best historians occasionally get it wrong?...

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