We have recently catalogued our audio-visual collection. This has tapes, cassettes, DVDs, CDs and other formats on a wide range of topics, including oral history interviews. One item of interest is a film of the first National Women’s Liberation Movement Conference, which took place on Oxford in 1970 (pictured). We have also started the lengthy process of digitising all our cassettes, as they are now too fragile and prone to breakage to be played. As with all our collections, we do not loan out items from our audio-visual collection, but we can usually arrange for items to be watched or listened to in the Special Collections reading room.