House History Show recordings home page

Thank you for participating in the House History Show. This will be your go-to page for House History Show and summer lecture series resources over the coming weeks.

The Presentation Recordings

The recording of the House History Show will be made available within 48 hours of the live presentation on Saturday 15 May. The subsequent summer lecture series recordings will be made available the day after each live presentation.

VIDEO ONE: Welcome, Introduction to Speakers, Keynote, and discussion
VIDEO TWO: Karen Avery & Gill Blanchard
Gill Blanchard, Back To The Land, recorded 20 May

Ellen Leslie, Who's Been Living in My House?, recorded 27 May

We would like to apologise as the internet connection was a little interrupted last night (27 May), so the sound quality isn't up to our usual standard, but we hope you enjoy the recording nevertheless.

There were some few useful points in the typed chat which those people catching up with the recording may wish to view: click here.

Cathy Soughton & Karen Averby, A Virtual View: Online Sources, recorded 03 June

Cathy covered a huge number of websites in her presentation - please find them listed here.

Deborah Sugg Sugg, The Interwar Home, recorded 10 June

All recordings will remain viewable until 10 July 2021.

Please do not share this web page - the recordings are solely for ticket holders to the House History Show. 

Attendees purchasing a ticket to an individual lecture will be provided with an alternative link specific to that lecture.

The Virtual Goody Bag Show Offers

To find the link to the House History Show Virtual Goody Bag, with show offers and discounts, please click here.

Family Tree subscription offer

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Some useful links mentioned in the House History Show chat…

House History Hour

To join in with House History Hour, please follow @HouseHistoryHr on Twitter & post using #househistoryhour

House History Hour will take place 8-9pm Thur 20 May, 27 May, 3 June and 10 June.

Thereafter it will go back to its usual time, 7-8pm Thursday evenings.