The British Library's Oral History collections include a number of collections relating to science and technology which compliment the Oral History of British Science project. An overview of the collections can be found on the oral history collection webpages.
One recently catalogued collection is the BBC World Service 'Discovery' tapes. The collection comprises over 360 open reels of 'insert' tapes recorded for the BBC World Service "Discovery" programme between 1971 and 1981; there are around 700 individual interviews within the collection, covering subjects within natural science, applied science, physical science and cognitive science, and include interviews with some of the scientists recorded for An Oral History of British Science. The collection can be browsed by visiting the collection entry on the Sound & Moving Image Catalogue, and by clicking on the collection name, or alternatively by searching the catalogue using the reference number C540.
The collection was catalogued by Dean Annison during an internship between May and September (2012) which he undertook whilst completing an MA in Archives & Records Management at UCL.