Welcome to the MCPHH podcast, where we talk all things public history and heritage in the north west.
We have welcomed a range of experts, discussing topics ranging from the Pan African Congress, Disability History, and women in Manchester. Are you involved in a hidden archive that the world needs to know about? Are you undertaking a public history project and want to get the word out on the great work that your are doing? Or maybe you have expertise in a topic that needs publicising. If so, get in touch with Haseeb at firstname.lastname@example.org, to enquire about appearing in an episode.
Access episodes on spotify here, or on the MCPHH website through the links below.
Episode 1 – 19th Century Motoring with Dr Craig Horner
Episode 2 – Recovering 10cc’s lost Strawberry Studios record, how to bake a tape with Peter Wadsworth
Episode 3 – ‘Histories, Stories, Voices’ in Manchester’s Public Spaces with Karen Shannon and Councillor Luthfur Rahman
Episode 4 – The Richard Roberts Archive: Stockport’s Best Kept Secret
Episode 5 – Dr Ali Ronan discusses her work on the women of Manchester
Episode 6 – William Axon, “A Manchester Man”: Conversation with Lucy Evans
Episode 7 – The Legendary 1945 Manchester Pan African Congress: Professor Ola Uduku, Dr Kai Syng Tan, and Dr Marie Molloy
Episode 8 – Disability History and the Disabled Peoples’ Archive: Dr Rosamund Oates, Lorna Young, and Siobhan O’Connor
Episode 9 – Extended Reality, Public History, and Platt Fields Park with Suzie Cloves
Episode 10 – ‘The Strong Women of Victorian Manchester’ Project and Fundraiser with Ellie Andrews
Episode 11 – Punk, the “Troubles”, and Oral History with Dr Lucy Newby, and Dr Fearghus Roulston