If 'bibliography' is a list of literature and 'discography' is a list of musical recordings, is there a term for a list of interviews?

Of course I could just cite everything under 'references' but my research is varied and covers many different media, and it would be good to know the term for a list of interviews [of course, I could just write "interviews" but I would prefer to know the proper term if there is one].

  • Is this you interviewing someone, or different people interviewing you? What is the result of the "interview"? Are they published? – Scott Seidman Mar 26 '19 at 12:36
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    This question might fit better on english.stackexchange.com – user2768 Mar 26 '19 at 12:41
  • @ScottSeidman it's my interviewing others. Some are published, some are not. – C26 Mar 26 '19 at 13:40
  • Your "appointments" comes to mind... ie an appointment list per interviewer... – Solar Mike Mar 26 '19 at 13:48
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    KISS – just write Interviews. – user68958 Mar 26 '19 at 21:02

I don't know how they call a list of interviews, but in practical terms, I would simply use "Interviews" as heading for the relevant section. I've seen this quite frequently.

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