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'On The Box' Oral History installation for the Science Museum

May - June 2014

We recorded and transcribed Oral History interviews with people from across the UK for a new installation at the Science Museum, London exploring the birth of television in the 1950s.

'On The Box' Oral History installation for the Science Museum

Stories of people from all over Great Britain who remember watching the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on a television in June 1953 are featured in an installation as part of the new Information Age Gallery which opened in October 2014.

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April - October 2015
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