Most of you probably read the H-Sci-Med-Tech list, but I thought I'd alert you to these materials in case you didn't see the post about Communicating Science: Pleasures and Pitfalls of Historical Narrative webcasts and interviews. There are links to several webcasts and interviews. I'll highlight the English language colloquia.
Peter Bowler talks about Making Modern Science. A Historical Survey [72 minutes] There is an interview, by Clara Florensa for the Butlletí de la Institucio Catalana d'Història Natural (Bulletin of the Catalan Natural History Institution). WU Libraries has the book that he talks about: Making modern science : a historical survey / Peter J. Bowler and Iwan Rhys Morus (2005).
David Edgerton talks about his writing also. Webcast: The Shock of the Old: Technology and Global History science 1900 [80 minutes]; Interview; Book: The shock of the old : technology and global history since 1900 / David Edgerton (2007).
Patricia Fara - Webcast [102 minutes]; Interview; Book: Science : a four thousand year history / Patricia Fara (2009); "Fara’s book is the best general introduction to history of science currently available" from review, by Josep Simon in HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology, v.4, fall, 2010.