Please use the links listed below to access sample completed RED forms.
These sample forms are designed to provide further guidance and to illustrate the various ways in which the online RED form can be completed. Given the infinite number of possibilities, these examples are certainly not exhaustive. However, we hope that they will address the more common problems and questions that might arise as contributors fill in the RED form.
If, after consulting the notes for filling in the RED form and the sample completed forms, your question remains unanswered or you are still unsure about how to enter material into the database, please contact us: we would be delighted to hear from you.
Follow this link to download a sample completed form for a Reader Only.
In this example, Lord Macaulay records having read St Augustin's Confessions. He was alone when reading.
Follow this link to download a sample completed form for a Reader with Listeners.
In this example, Mary Berry is listening to Lord Byron's poem, 'Lara', read aloud by Lord Rosslyn. Her sister Agnes Berry is also present. The reader is, therefore, Lord Rosslyn, and Mary and Agnes Berry, as listeners, are recorded in section 3.9 on the form.
Follow this link to download a sample completed form for a Listener Only.
You should only fill in the name of the listener in section 1.5 on the form if you do not know the name of the person reading aloud. In this example, Charles Manby Smith records the experience of his friend Martin who, while terminally ill, was read to by the child of his landlady at his lodgings.