If you quote from an interview, or refer to it, you must cite it. When citing an interview, you should include the following information:
- Full name of interviewer
- Full name of interviewee
- Title of interview
- Location of interview
- Date of interview
- Website interview was found on
For example, an interview could be cited in a footnote like this:
Donald Ames, interview by Cynthia C. Kelly, Atomic Heritage Foundation, “Voices of the Manhattan Project,” Oak Ridge, TN, September 22, 2005, https://ahf.nuclearmuseum.org/voices/oral-histories/donald-amess-interview.
An interview could be cited in a bibliography like this:
Donald Ames. “Donald Ames’s Interview.” By Cynthia C. Kelly, Atomic Heritage Foundation. “Voices of the Manhattan Project.” Oak Ridge, TN. September 22, 2005. https://ahf.nuclearmuseum.org/voices/oral-histories/donald-amess-interview.
There are many different style guides out there, and most have different rules for interview citations, so just be consistent with how you cite!