The People's Songs is a new BBC Radio 2 series, aiming "to tell the social history of Britain over the last 70 years" using songs, memories, comments and photos.
We're very much part of that social history, which is why we're encouraging Peabody people to contribute to the 50-episode "kaleidoscope of memories", to be broadcast in 2013.
Is there a song that reminds you of life on a Peabody estate? What did the DJ play at your estate's Jubilee party
? Perhaps there's a piece of music that makes you think of your local community centre
Series presenter Stuart Maconie writes:
"This is not a dry academic rock history, which has been written many times.
It is not the views of musicians and rock journalists, but the views of the people who bought and loved these songs.
These are the songs that people listened to, laughed to, loved to and laboured to, as well as downed tools and danced to.
And so we'd love to hear from you."
How to get involved in The People's Songs
Looking for ideas?
Our 150th anniversary website
is already a valuable historical resource, containing fascinating insights from past and present Peabody residents and employees.
Travel back in time to the Second World War, when "they housed all the Olympic athletes in air raid shelters"
, 1953, when "we'd only just bought our first television"
, 1911 and a Peabody estate during King George V's coronation (pictured)
Why not encourage someone to add their own memory? All submissions go into a draw to win an iPad
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