Category: Walking In Others Footsteps

Nov 15

We’re excited to announce that Give Me Today, Anytime has won the Arts & Humanities Research Council Inspiration Award! Continue reading “We Won!” »

Oct 18

We’re delighted to report that Give Me Today, Anytime, the documentary which featured in our Walking In Others Footsteps project has been nominated for a prestigious award! The film, created by Jon Randall and Tom Diffenthal, was part of the celebration of the digitisation of the Elizabeth Roberts Working Class Oral History Archive by the

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Aug 24

Steve Fairclough has been walking in the footsteps of Elizabeth Roberts by creating his own version of her groundbreaking archive. Continue reading “Steve Walks In Elizabeth’s Footsteps!” »

Jul 6
Jun 28

For the first time in 70 years, Dr Elizabeth Roberts has revisited the Barrow primary school she attended as a child for our Walking In Others Footsteps project. Continue reading “Elizabeth Makes History At Her Old School” »

May 28

Oral history meets Creature Comforts in a new documentary screened alongside rarely seen archive film of Lancaster, Preston and Barrow in June. Continue reading “Free Film Shows – Old And New” »

May 11


A digitised version of the Elizabeth Roberts Working Class Oral History Archive will be officially launched at Lancaster University on May 19 – and Mirador will be there to celebrate! Continue reading “Archive To Be Launched Online” »

Apr 26

Voices from the past are being shared with the future generation as part of Walking In Others Footsteps.  Continue reading “Voices From The Past Earn Top Marks” »

Apr 13

We’re delighted to report that the first stage of our Walking In Others Footsteps project has now gone live! Continue reading “Sound This Salon Out” »

Mar 1

Mirador has more drop-in sessions lined up as part of our Walking In Others Footsteps project. Continue reading “Help Make Memories On Film” »