Domesday Project

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The BBC are looking for teachers and parents who took part in the 1986 BBC Domesday Project.

What is the Domesday Project?

Teachers and student from 1986

In 1986, the BBC published a collection of photographs, maps and articles celebrating British life and landscapes stored on interactive video laserdisc.

The material was gathered by 1 million children and adults taking part in something called the BBC Domesday Project.

25th Anniversary

In 2011 the BBC are hoping to celebrate the 25th anniversary with a Domesday season, including school resources, and are keen to hear from original contributors, especially those participants whose children are now in primary school.

If you're a teacher or parent who took part in 1985, please do get in touch and let us know about your contribution and where you were in 1985, via schools.primary@bbc.co.uk

A school photo from the 1986 Domesday Project

A school photo from the 1986 Domesday Project

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