The East Anglian Film Archive, the first and largest Regional Film Archive in England, was established in 1976. Since 1984, EAFA has been owned and operated by the University of East Anglia, Norwich (UEA), to support research and work to preserve our moving image heritage. More than 250 hours are freely available online as examples of the wide range of film which attracts interest the world over.
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Short Tennis for Children
Anglia TV report by Steve Rider in Norwich on 'short tennis', a new type of tennis to encourage children into the game.
Sport 1979 8 mins
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Sports journalist Steve Rider reports for Anglia Television in Norwich at the Trowse Training Hall where young sports enthusiasts are playing short tennis, which is a new scaled down version of the game, using a lighter plastic tennis racket and a sponge ball which is more manageable for junior tennis players. As well as some of the young participants, Rider chats to Derek Bone from the Lawn Tennis Association.
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Tony Mottram - Tennis Tutorial
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Extended highlights from the 1951 Wimbledon Tennis Championships
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Newsreel coverage of the finals of the 1922 Surrey County Championships in tennis at Surbiton
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Amateur film of the final day of play at the Walton-on-Thames Tennis Tournament 1934.
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1947 20 mins
Patrick Hughes shows how to become a better tennis player.
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Travelogue 1953 20 mins Location: Norwich
Norwich opens its gates to the amiable presence of Richard Dimbleby in this cinema travelogue
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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.
Linda Mottram Interview
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.
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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.
Sue Mappin Interview
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.
Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting Q&A for Shakespeare Lives in 2016
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The stars of Franco Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet are reunited on stage for the first time since 1968 as part of the BFI and British Council’s Shakespeare on Film.
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Ernie tells Eric to ‘be wise’ and not drive home after their Christmas party
Somercotes Parish Church Sunday School Procession 1953
Home movie 1953 5 mins Location: Somercotes
The Sunday school in their Sunday best taking their message into the community.
Malltraeth: birds observed
Home movie 1955 3 mins Location: Malltraeth
Anglesey-based artist Charles Tunnicliffe swaps brushes for a camera and offers us the chance to look a cormorant in its emerald-green eye.
Chalk Down Farming
News 1965 5 mins Location: Ogbourne St George
Life on a Wiltshire farm.
Pram Derby at Tewkesbury
News 1957 1 mins Location: Tewkesbury
Warning: contains images of men wearing nappies!