Tell us a story for our new podcast.
The Scottish Fisheries Museum presents Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown.
The Scottish Fisheries Museum is launching a podcast project to document Scotland in lockdown from the perspective of the fishing industry, coastal communities, the marine science and conservation sector, the seafood industry and many other industries. Through this project, we are aiming to explore how these challenging times are affecting people involved in the maritime industry. If your life is linked to the sea and you have a story to tell, we want to hear from you.
As well as the podcast, your recordings will add to the vast oral history collection the Museum holds and may feature in future exhibitions. For the first time in years, we are living in a crisis which we all know will go down in history and we are fortunate enough to have the technology to keep in touch and share experiences.
If you would like to take part in the project and learn more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or get in touch via the Museum’s Facebook page.
This podcast series will be the second from the Scottish Fisheries Museum. The first, Sea Change, is a five-episode series, accompanying the exhibition of the same name. This podcast asks a selection of the most knowledgeable people their thoughts on the current situations facing our seas, and what they think the future looks like.