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Memoryshare - the days of your lives 

About Memoryshare

What is Memoryshare?

BBC Memoryshare is a living archive of memories from 1900 to the present day. You can contribute, share and browse memories of life experiences and see them in the context of recent and historical events. Memoryshare is of value to people across the UK and internationally, and may be used as a source of programme content for the BBC. Anyone registered with can contribute to Memoryshare.

The majority of content on Memoryshare is created by Memoryshare contributors, who are members of the public. The views expressed are theirs and unless specifically stated are not those of the BBC.

Where can I find Memoryshare?

You can find Memoryshare through We have launched Memoryshare on a number of BBC sites, BBC Bradford and West Yorkshire, BBC Cumbria, BBC Derby, BBC Humber, BBC Isle of Man, BBC Leeds, BBC Lincolnshire, BBC Liverpool, BBC London, BBC Norfolk, BBC Oxford, BBC South Yorkshire, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 4 -Saturday Live, BBC Radio 4 - Today, BBC Radio 4 - Writing the Century and BBC Radio 4 - 1968. It will also be released to other BBC local and sites in due course. See for the latest Memoryshare news or sign up to our newsletter.

What’s in it for me?

You can read memories, research events and link to context material relating to any date back to January 1st 1900. If you register you can contribute your own memories and use the service to store and share your accounts of all the memorable days in your life. You can also post comments on other people’s contributions.

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