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"Family History and the Media:
Behind the Scenes of Who Do You Think You Are? "
a Zoom talk by Dr Nick Barratt on Monday 15th February
An apology from our Chairman:
On behalf of Alde Valley Suffolk family History Group, I would like to apologise to those of our members who were unable to join the recent inspirational talk by Dr Nick Barratt, because of intermittent technical problems associated with ‘btinternet’ (plus Talk21 and Yahoo) e-mail addresses. While the situation was beyond our control, it was particularly frustrating to be invaded by ‘gremlins’ at the start of such a popular event.
The good news is that Nick Barratt generously allowed us to record his slide-free presentation, and we are now making an audio file available, although we had to reduce its size by removing the closing Q&A session and applying a degree of compression. However, I can guarantee that you still won’t be disappointed by the content and the effortless style with which Nick delivered his enthralling talk about the birth and early years of ‘Who Do You Think You Are?'.
Once again, please accept my apologies to a number of members who couldn’t attend the event, and I hope to see you again very soon.
|The videos below are all publicly available, and can be viewed by clicking on the relevant image.|
|1964 Anglia TV documentary,
"A Gentleman of Suffolk",
about Cecil Lay of Aldringham,
architect of several local buildings
|"Martello Tower Historical Virtual Tour"
of Suffolk Tower Z at Alderton,
a "Touching the Tide" initiative
|This is the first publicly-available
podcast in a series being produced
by the Family History Federation.
You can subscribe via a podcast feed.
|Paid-up members can click on the appropriate image for access to each episode/Chapter of Sarah Doig's talking-book.
All eight passwords are listed on Maggie Strutt's email of 17/08/2020 at 19:03. This series is available here until the end of the year.
New (or renewing) members are always most welcome – please visit our Membership page.
|Sarah's "Writing" webpage||Early Suffolk||Norman Suffolk||Medieval Suffolk: Revolt||Tudor Suffolk: Mary I|
|Stuart Suffolk||Georgian Suffolk||Victorian Suffolk||Twentieth Century Suffolk
and Suffolk Today
Felixstowe, 1953 floods
|Walpole Old Chapel||Slaughden Martello Tower "CC"||Parham railway station|