Films and Videos
Project lectures and videos
- Disability History Festival: 'Work, Sport and Play', public talks for the IPC Athletics European Championships, 19-21 August 2014, Swansea Univeristy
Audio recordings | Podcast: iTunes or Feedburner | Mike Mantin blog | Event page
- 'Mining for Memories': Scottish Disability History Roadshow, National Mining Museum Scotland, 14 June 2014
Audio recordings | Podcast: iTunes or Feedburner | Angela Turner blog | Event page
- Professor Peter Kirby, 'The Body and the Industrial Workplace, 1760-1850', Disability and Industrial Society Public Lecture 2013, Northumbria University, 15 May 2013
Video and slides | Event page
- 'The Price of Coal' South Wales Roadshow video talks, National Waterfront Museum, Swansea, 23 March 2013
Videos | Event page | Steph Mastoris blog
- Professor Arthur McIvor, 'Miners, Silica and Disability: The binational interplay between South Africa and the United Kingdom, c.1900-1940'
Video and slides
- Professor Steven King, ‘"We must be rid of these waste people": The experiences of the disabled poor in the industrial districts of England and Wales 1790s to 1920s', Disability and Industrial Society Public Lecture 2012, Aberystwyth University, 9 May 2012.
Video and slides | Event flyer (PDF)
- "Viscount Chelmsford": 1923 British Pathe footage of Viscount Chelmsford opening the new Convalescent Home in Pontyclun, South Wales
- "Life Begins Again": 1942 film about the rehabilitation movement, focusing on the Talygarn Rehabilitation Centre in South Wales.
- “They Live Again”: 1944 film about a miner being treated in hospital with an injured spine (British Council Film Collection) http://film.britishcouncil.org/they-live-again
- “The New Mine”: 1945 film looking at a then-modern colliery in Scotland, focusing on miners’ welfare (British Council Film Collection) http://film.britishcouncil.org/the-new-mine
- "Miners' Health Centre": 1948 section from the Mining Review newsreel about miners and doctors working together to set up a new health centre in the Rhondda Valley, South Wales