I'm happy that we've got individuals in the field eager to donate their collection of recordings, people volunteering to transfer them to a digital format, professionals to clean the quarter century of dust off of them, and the platform already built on Casebook to create an archive.
Its very much a group effort and there's bound to be something of interest to everyone.
The first audio release from our archives will appear this coming weekend.
Also, several of the recordings we have are radio interviews dating from the mid-1990s dealing with the discovery and publication of the 'Diary of Jack the Ripper' which, due to copyright and licensing issues, we cannot release. I will be transcribing the interviews, however, and making that available. Its really the best solution I could come up with.