Oral history



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Archives sound recording collection

  • F6
  • Collection
  • [ca. 1930-1995]

Collection consists of sound recordings collected or acquired by the BC Archives from a wide variety of donors and sources. The recordings include oral history interviews, radio broadcasts, and published sound recordings. Subjects include family...

British Columbia Archives

Derek Reimer interview : [CBC, 1976]

SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Aural History at the Provincial Archives, 1976 PERIOD COVERED: 1950-1976 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Derek Reimer, Assistant Director of the Aural History Programme at the Provincial Archives of British Columbia, is interviewed by...

Derek Reimer interview : [CFMS, 1979]

SUMMARY: In an interview with Walter Cownden on CFMS Victoria's "The Roving Reporter" [program], Derek Reimer, Head of the Aural History Programme at the Provincial Archives of British Columbia, discusses the ;work of the programme.;

Imbert Orchard fonds

  • PR-0374
  • Fonds
  • 1898-[1950s]; 1959-1985; predominant 1959-1979

The fonds consists of oral history interviews, radio programs, and other sound recordings, as well as scripts, notes, correspondence, photographs, two amateur films, and a drawing. This material was created or accumulated by Imbert Orchard during...

Orchard, Imbert, 1909-1991

Imbert Orchard interview : [McColl, 1973]

CALL NUMBER: T0990:0001SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Imbert Orchard : aural history and broadcasting in B.C., 1958-1973PERIOD COVERED: 1958-1973RECORDED: [location unknown], 1973SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Imbert Orchard discusses his personal background. His ...

Imbert Orchard lecture : [SFU, 1978-11-06]

CALL NUMBER: T0990:0008RECORDED: Burnaby (B.C.), 1978-11-06SUMMARY: TRACK 1: In a lecture to a Communication Studies class at Simon Fraser University, Imbert Orchard discusses aspects of aural history. The history of sound recording. Distinction b...

Imbert Orchard papers

The series consists of scripts, notes, correspondence and background material related to the production of Orchard's documentary radio programs at CBC Vancouver, including the series "Living Memory" (1961-1964), "From the Mount...

Non-CBC radio programs and sound recordings

The series consists of various interviews, radio programs and other sound recordings that were received with the Imbert Orchard accessions, but were not produced by Orchard or for the CBC. The series includes: recordings by Mrs. Roxy Tomlinson ab...

Oral history interviews, field sounds, and music

The series consists of oral history interviews focusing on the European settlement and development of British Columbia, mainly covering the period 1880-1914, recorded all over the province by broadcaster Imbert Orchard. The series also includes f...

Recording techniques for oral history interviews

SUMMARY: A sound program discussing various aspects of interview recording techniques: recording equipment, tape stock, how to achieve satisfactory sound quality, recording speeds, interviewing styles, tape id;entification and summaries, tape pres...

Sound Heritage Series sound programs

  • GR-3376
  • Series
  • 1976-1983

The series comprises 20 documentary sound programs produced to accompany publications in the Sound Heritage Series, a historical quarterly published by the Provincial Archives of British Columbia (PABC) from 1976 to 1983. The archives's Aura...

Provincial Archives of British Columbia. Aural History Programme


SUMMARY: "Best Seat In The House" was a weekly series of Kunstkopf programs, produced in stereo. This episode, "Steveston", is a dramatic documentary in verse and prose by the well-known West coast poet Daphne; Marlatt. It is a...

Stories about pioneers

RECORDED: Vancouver (B.C.), 1973-03 SUMMARY: Oral history workshop [at Vancouver Public Library?] Various amusing stories. The first is read while the others are more spontaneous. Contributors present include: Grace Grout, Charles Mattison, and ;M...

Transcribing and editing oral history

SUMMARY: Excerpt from a recorded interview which contains unclear sound, background noises, crutch words, etc., which create transcribing problems. Compare to verbatim transcript on pp. 31-33 of the book this ;recording accompanies.;

W.J. Langlois interview : [CBC, 1976?]

SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): William Langlois RECORDED: [location unknown], [1976?] SUMMARY: Telephone interview with William Langlois on a CBC morning show (8:30 am. Early 1976?) about the beginning of oral/aural history in B.C. and at the Aural Hi...

W.J. Langlois interview : [SFU students, 1975]

SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): William Langlois RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-02-27 SUMMARY: William Langlois is questioned by a group of SFU students, with their instructor Imbert Orchard acting as moderator. Questions concerning growth of oral ...