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Come with Me to Norwich
Norwich opens its gates to the amiable presence of Richard Dimbleby in this cinema travelogue
Travelogue 1953 20 mins
Richard Dimbleby explores the heart of East Anglia as Norwich opens its gates to his amiable presence. This cinema travelogue series was notable for its television style interviews, which here includes a look at the local shoe industry and the manufacture of a popular table condiment that really cuts the mustard.
- Norman Cobb
- Richard DimblebyRobert Bignold
- United Kingdom
1974 5 mins Location: Norwich
Alan Partridge would have plenty to say on this look at conservation and redevelopment in Norwich city centre
Home movie 1934 4 mins Location: Norwich
1930s home movie of a tennis party with the Salter and Bird families at a country house in Norfolk.
News 1975 4 mins Location: Norwich
Tennis pro Linda Mottram at the Robinson's International Tournament in Norwich in 1975 speaking about equal pay for women competitors.
Sport 1977 4 mins Location: Norwich
Norfolk is doing well in the top group at the Intercounties Hardcourt Singles Tennis Championships in Norwich. Anglia TV reports in 1977.
Sport 1979 8 mins Location: Norwich
Anglia TV report by Steve Rider in Norwich on 'short tennis', a new type of tennis to encourage children into the game.
Sport 1979 4 mins Location: Norwich
Tennis pro turned National Women's Team Manager, Sue Mappin, encourages confidence in East Anglia's top young players.
Documentary 1949 23 mins
Public Information Filler 2003 1 mins
One of the most gruesomely memorable of all British anti-smoking promos depicts fat oozing out of nonchalant smokers' cigarettes.
1968 21 mins
The social and political revolutions of 1968 seem a long way from the musings of a moderate Tory on the NHS and government .
2003 1 mins
Straight-talking anti-smoking promo, which introduces us to Janice, a 51-year-old woman who uses a ventilator to breathe.
1968 1 mins
A well-to-do woman is unable to answer her child’s cries due to a coughing fit, in this exaggerated anti-smoking advert.
Documentary 1951 8 mins
A child's life is save through a blood transfusion and this incident demonstrate s the need for blood donors.