A diary update
Many thanks to those of you who sent in your diary entry for August 9th. You can read people's submissions here
On Saturday's iPM, we hope to be speaking to someone who knows all about diaries kept by members of the public - Dorothy Sheridan who is Director of the Mass Observation Archive which records "everyday life in Britain".
Mass Observation began in the 1930s, continued into the 1950s and was revived in 1981. It asks hundreds of volunteers every few months to send in their views or experiences on a range of issues, with their responses chronicled by the MOA.
If you enjoyed sharing your diary entry with the iPM community, and you want to do something similar in the future, then we hope to have news of how you can do that very soon. .
UPDATE: Are you male and aged 16-44? The Mass Observation Archive are recruiting...