The Tape Letters Scotland project highlights the practice of recording and sending messages on cassettes as an unorthodox method of communication by Pakistanis who migrated to and settled in Scotland between 1960-1980.

Drawing directly from first-hand interviews and the informal and intimate conversations on the cassettes, the project seeks to unearth, archive, and re/present a portrait of this method of communication. Archival partners are the National Library of Scotland.