These pages draw together interviews that are spread over this site, as well as providing new materials that don't appear elsewhere.
Greg Dyke talks about his role as Director-General of the BBC and about Simon Schama's landmark series 'A History of Britain'
Baroness Afshar OBE, Professor of Politics and Women's Studies at the University of York, talks about identity and faith, and some of the ways in which we can effect change.
The Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission talks about his experience of the 1807 bicentenary of the abolition of slavery.
Edited extracts from an interview with Martin Davidson, commissioning editor at the BBC responsible for history and heritage programming.
The historian and broadcaster talked with IPUP about the importance of history on TV and on the Internet; read edited extracts from his interview.
A Curator at the Imperial War Museum Film and Video Archive discusses various aspects of re-enactment.
The curator of Shandy Hall, Laurence Sterne Trust, discusses the reiteration of the past in the novel, Tristram Shandy.
Jim Walvin, OBE and Professor Emeritus of the University of York talks about the bicentenary of the abolition of the slave trade 2007, and his experiences of that year.
Linda Ali, researcher, York Diocesan member of the General Synod, and lay canon of York Minster, speaks about faith and identity in Britain today, and about attitudes to young people and their opportunities.
Fenella Jeffers, a participant in the Race and Faith Identities project, talks about race, identity, and the importance of discussion.
Mosaicist Emma Biggs talks about the creation of and inspiration for her recent collaborative installation, Five Sisters, and the joy of interacting with historical materials.
Writer and artist Matthew Collings talks about his recent collaborative project for York St Mary’s, Five Sisters, and about the processes, ideas and traditions that underlie it.