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Yorkshire are 1968 County Cricket Champions
A three-day battle between Yorkshire and Surrey in the cricket County Championship leads to a triumphant win for Yorkshire.
Sport 1968 4 mins
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Anglia Television cover all the action at Anlaby Road’s The Circle, the traditional home to Hull Cricket Club where the County Championship continues with a three-day battle between Yorkshire and Surrey. The result? For the third successive year, Yorkshire are County Cricket Champions!
Following Yorkshire County Cricket Club’s wins in 1966, 1967, and 1968, they did not win the Championship again until 2001.
The County Game
Sport 1923 1 mins Silent Location: Blackpool
Meet the team - a close encounter with some of the great characters of Lancashire cricket.
Amateur film 1967 7 mins Silent Location: Canterbury
Cricket takes a back seat in this film from 1967 which concentrates more on the spectators, their fashions and colourful examples of millinery
Sport 1962 2 mins Silent Location: Taunton
Somerset gear up for the 1962 domestic season
Sport 1974 2 mins Location: Lincoln
Lincolnshire Cricket Club captain Ian Moore is confident when meeting Surrey in the second round of the Gillette Cup, 1974.
Sport 1977 1 mins Silent Location: Taunton
Somerset and Nottinghamshire are playing in Cornwall
Essex v Surrey - The Benson & Hedges Cup Final 1979 Essex v Surrey - The Benson & Hedges Cup Final 1979
Sport 1979 4 mins Location: Chelmsford
It’s a great day for Cricketer Stuart Turner, as Essex prepare for the Benson & Hedges Cup Final at Lord’s tomorrow, where they meet Surrey.
Kingston upon Hull
Promotional 1970 16 mins Location: Newcastle upon Tyne
Tuning into the biggest consumer market for television advertising in Britain with Trident TV.
Amateur film 1982 3 mins Silent Location: Kingston upon Hull
Fans celebrate as Hull FC take home the Rugby Challenge Cup trophy after the rematch declares their victory.
Amateur film 1945 11 mins Silent Location: Preston
Playing the beautiful game - the ladies from Lancashire demonstrate their skills.
Amateur film 1972 6 mins Location: Kingston upon Hull
A whole posse of jovial amateur filmmakers descend upon Hull to film many of the features now gone, such as the ferry and St Andrew’s fish docks.
Documentary 1983 26 mins Location: Kingston upon Hull
So much to see of Hull, with its great port, fishing history, historic showdown with Charles I, and two highly impressive public loos.
Documentary 1963 29 mins Silent Location: Kingston upon Hull
Dry facts meet aesthetic beauty in this industrial film showcasing Hull’s status as a thriving international port.
1955 17 mins Location: Brighton
Kids face the closure of their Brighton playground but fight back to reclaim it, with a little help from the iconic Volks Railway
Children's 1954 59 mins Location: Goudhurst
Child actor Mandy Miller shines in this children's adventure set in the traditional hop picking season in Kent.
Short documentary 2020 19 mins
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Musical 2019 13 mins
Exploring the conversation black people face when communicating their racial experience to white partners through a dynamic fusion of dance and dialogue.
Drama 2021 9 mins
Penny is experiencing post-millennium angst in Manchester. She is on the verge of a mental breakdown. Overweight and on the edge, an ordinary visit to the doctor becomes extraordinary.
Drama 2020 10 mins
A short but poignant piece on what it feels like to lose faith and trust in a friend.
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