The CAT archive is now housed at the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth. It contains over 90 oral history interviews, 1600 digital images, slides and prints, hundreds of documents, a selection of digitalized video and a large selection of publications. What you see in this website is a snapshot of what you will find in the National Library.

To access the archive first download the archive catalogue. Once any relevant material has been identified, to order items go to either LLGC enquiries (Welsh)  or LLGC enquiries (English)
and either complete the online enquiry form or email either This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please ensure that you include the full reference number (e.g., Box 14/4). You will need to give a minimum of 48 hours notice to ensure that material can be made available in the South Reading Room.

The National Library of Wales donated time, equipment and archive resources. The archive is not yet catalogued but is available on request. 

The Arts Council of Wales supported six Artists in Residence working on the archive project. Find out more at Arts and the archive.

The People's Collection of Wales supported the archive by loaning us recording equipment and technical advice. Their website has several slide shows featuring pictures of CAT and clips from the oral history collection. You can also add comments and your own material to their website

Three archive students from the University of Aberystwyth's Department of Information Studies catalogued the oral history archive as part of their postgraduate qualification.