8 episodes

Brought to you by Presevica, the Tales from the archive series delivers behind the scenes access to the archives from some of the worlds the best known organisations. Journey with us as we explore how the corporate archive has become the trusted source of critical long-term business records and brand assets.

The series features guest speakers who are using digital preservation to ensure they can quickly respond to compliance and litigation challenges and unlock the value of their brand heritage.

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Brought to you by Presevica, the Tales from the archive series delivers behind the scenes access to the archives from some of the worlds the best known organisations. Journey with us as we explore how the corporate archive has become the trusted source of critical long-term business records and brand assets.

The series features guest speakers who are using digital preservation to ensure they can quickly respond to compliance and litigation challenges and unlock the value of their brand heritage.

    Tales from the archive - a decade in review (episode 2)

    Tales from the archive - a decade in review (episode 2)

    Tune in for the second episode in our 'Tales from the archive - a decade in review' podcast. We invited our favourite podcast heroes to join host Nathan Voogt to discuss the evolving role of the corporate archivist and archives through the past decade and into the next.
    Hannah Raeburn - Digital Archivist at The John Lewis Partnership, Anne Archer - Heritage Collections Manager at BT and Tamara Thornhill - Corporate Archivist at Transport for London (TfL) share career defining moments and lessons learnt across the last decade of their archival careers. Hear about the shift in attitudes and how it's helping to elevate the archives and position it within the business as a valuable resource that can be utilised for product innovation, authentic brand storytelling, corporate governance, compliance and employee engagement.
    Listen, share and enjoy as we journey into the corporate archives of The John Lewis Partnership, BT and TfL.
    Missed episode 1? Don't worry you can catch up with it here.
    Also available to download on Apple Podcasts

    • 44 min
    Tales from the archive - a decade in review (episode 1)

    Tales from the archive - a decade in review (episode 1)

    Tune in for this special 2-part edition of our podcast series, 'Tales from the Archive'. We invited our favourite podcast heroes to join host Nathan Voogt to discuss the evolving role of the corporate archivist and archives through the past decade and into the next.
    Hannah Raeburn - Digital Archivist at The John Lewis Partnership, Anne Archer - Heritage Collections Manager at BT and Tamara Thornhill - Corporate Archivist at Transport for London (TfL) share career defining moments and lessons learnt across the last decade of their archival careers. Hear about the shift in attitudes and how it's helping to elevate the archives and position it within the business as a valuable resource that can be utilised for product innovation, authentic brand storytelling, corporate governance, compliance and employee engagement.
    Listen, share and enjoy as we journey into the corporate archives of The John Lewis Partnership, BT and TfL.
    Missed the previous episodes? Don't worry you can catch up with it here.
    Also available to download on Apple Podcasts

    • 30 min
    Tales from the Archive - The John Lewis Partnership - episode 2

    Tales from the Archive - The John Lewis Partnership - episode 2

    Hannah Raeburn is the Digital Archivist at The John Lewis Partnership, the Partnership owns and operates two of Britain's best-loved retail brands - John Lewis & Partners and Waitrose & Partners. Established nearly a century ago, the Partnership is now the largest employee-owned business in the UK, with more than 80,000 employees who are all Partners in the business and share in its profits.
    In this second episode we hear from Hannah on how the archive interacts across the business, building awareness and advocacy for digital preservation, educating partners on the importance of protecting digital content against file format obsolescence and the need to keep content permanently. Hannah talks about the types of content and records that the archives are protecting and making accessible including the Gazette, an internal staff newspaper that has been running for more than 100 years and over 25,000 design records that represent a huge asset for the business.
    Listen, share and enjoy as we journey into the corporate archives of The John Lewis Partnership.
    Missed John Lewis Partnership episode 1? Don't worry you can catch up with it here.
    Also available to download on Apple Podcasts

    • 23 min
    Tales from the Archive - The John Lewis Partnership - episode 1

    Tales from the Archive - The John Lewis Partnership - episode 1

    Hannah Raeburn is the Digital Archivist at The John Lewis Partnership, the Partnership owns and operates two of Britain's best-loved retail brands - John Lewis & Partners and Waitrose & Partners. Established nearly a century ago, the Partnership is now the largest employee-owned business in the UK, with more than 80,000 employees who are all Partners in the business and share in its profits.
    In this first episode we hear from Hannah on how the archive team have used technology to improve efficiencies and engage partners and customers by bringing to life the history of the business, through product innovation and storytelling. Hannah explains how the archive team are able to demonstrate real business value and deliver a better understanding to senior stakeholders of the role the archives play in the future of this quintessential British brand.
    Listen, share and enjoy as we journey into the corporate archives of The John Lewis Partnership
    Also available to download on Apple Podcasts

    • 22 min
    Tales from the Archive - BT - episode 2

    Tales from the Archive - BT - episode 2

    Anne Archer is the Heritage Collections Manager at British Telecom (BT), a leading British multinational telecommunications holding company headquartered in London with operations in around 180 countries and the largest provider of fixed-line, broadband and mobile services in the UK.
    In this second episode we hear from Anne on how the BT archives are supporting the wider organisation. From employee engagement with tours of the archive to enabling departments such as corporate affairs, legal, HR and in particular the brand function - who utilise the archive for internal and external communications with a heritage focus, developing campaigns and acquiring authentic assets for key anniversaries and brand inspiration.
    Listen, share and enjoy as we journey into the corporate archives of BT.
    Missed BT episode 1? Don't worry you can catch up with it here.​​

    • 27 min
    Tales from the Archive - BT - episode 1

    Tales from the Archive - BT - episode 1

    Anne Archer is the Heritage Collections Manager at British Telecom (BT), a much loved British multinational telecommunications holding company headquartered in London with operations in around 180 countries and the largest provider of fixed-line, broadband and mobile services in the UK.
    Join us for as we hear from Anne about how the BT archives are supporting the wider organisation. From employee engagement with tours of the archive to enabling departments such as corporate affairs, legal, HR and in particular the brand function - who utilise the archive for internal and external communications with a heritage focus, developing campaigns and acquiring authentic assets for key anniversaries and brand inspiration.
    Listen, share and enjoy as we journey into the corporate archives of BT.

    • 25 min

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