Listen to the complete archive.
The first product of the HMFC Memorial Sound Archive is the collection of all the episodes known to survive of the radio show, Tomorrow's Technology Today.
Painfully restored by Robin Catling and Victoria Pritchard, with the assistance of Studio 1919, Tomorrow's Technology Today was a pioneering broadcast.
Tomorrow's Technology Today ran from 1936 to 1939, but only a handful of episodes have survived, thanks to the Herbert Maxwell Fosdyke Curmudgeon Memorial Sound Archive.
These recordings are recovered from a box of old 78's found in the shed belonging to sound engineer Reginald Blodgett after his death.
Up to this point, it was thought that no recordings had survived the War.
The HMFC Memorial Sound Archive is appealing to the public to donate any other recordings that may exist to extend the collection.