Johnny H from Los Angeles presenting a workshop on the Promises and Service, in Stockholm Sweden in 2004. This workship is two sessions totaling just under 2 hours.
Bill W speaking on the history of the Big Book in 1953. This was a very poor recording to start with, it had a really nasty hum & I was able to get out most of the background noise. Bill's voice is much clearer (a bit sharp) however the filtering I had to do makes the laughter from the audience sound a bit strange but listenable.
A very good workshop conducted by Norma A on the 12 Traditions. The history of, and a detailed explanation of each tradition. This workshop was given in 2014 so it also has mention of social media.
I am trying to find more workshops conducted by women in the program (I have many by men), if you happen to have any you can share please upload them at sobercast.com and please tell your friends about Sober Cast. This workshop is just over 4 hours and the file is 125 megs.
AA Beginners Class: Mike takes a group all the way through the steps over a period of four weeks.
Based on AA beginners classes popular in the 1940s that were conducted by different groups of AA. I was a little fascinated by this bit of AA history I knew nothing about. I did a little research and have reprinted a lengthy article about the beginner classes on the SoberCast.com website.
There are a number of questions asked during the workshop that are impossible to hear, but the answers make most of the questions fairly clear. Recorded in 2009, this workshop is 4 hrs long and the audio file is 110 megs.
Since its the last 2 days of Pride month I thought a couple of LGBTQ speaks might be in order.
Gabriel and Tony T leading the People of Color countdown workshop at the Living Sober Roundup, they lead the meeting sharing for about 5 min each, then open the meeting up for discussion. 2014
Katie P speaking at the London Ontario Big Book Group in 2010