Talks and Lectures

Helen Lloyd’s conference lectures and community talks feature fascinating and entertaining audio extracts from oral history interviews recorded for the BBC, the National Trust, Oxford University, and many other organisations. 

1. Talks

Helen presents audio extracts from her life-story recordings to a wide variety of audiences, including schools, colleges, history societies, church groups, Rotary, WI, U3A, NADFAS and Alzheimers Society activity groups.

Available Talks:

  • Extraordinary Lives of Ordinary People – oral history of 20th century
  • Living Back to Back – interviews recorded for the National Trust Back to Backs

The duration and content of the talks can be adapted to particular requirements.

For more details, see Past Work and Audio Extracts

2. Lectures

Helen Lloyd’s distinctive presentations, which feature audio extracts from her oral history interviews, are regularly chosen by conference organisers as their opening or closing lecture. Past lecture topics include:

Helen has lectured all over the UK, in Europe and the USA.

See Past Work, Publications and Audio Extracts

Talk, Castle Bromwich Ladies Club
Photo by Graham Langley
Lecture, Charles Parker Day conference