Welwyn Garden City: A Kind of Travelogue
Amateur film196418 minsSilent Location: Welwyn Garden City
A moving picture-esque pamphlett. A virtual travel brochure. Showcasing England's first Garden City, with amateur filmmaker F.J. Douglas as your tour guide.
Whitby June-July 1945
Non-Fiction194510 minsSilent Location: Whitby
Despite being shot during the closing stages of the Second World War, Whitby appears full of tranquillity and peace.
Hoegate Street Baths and Wash Houses
News19684 mins Location: Plymouth
Public baths and wash houses have a long tradition of offering cleanliness in all parts of the country.
This Wonderful Creation
Documentary197624 mins Location: Saltaire
Back to Victorian times: a rich employer provides decent housing, a hospital, a library, a school, a boathouse, almshouses and public baths.
Catholic Children's Procession Through Middlesbrough
Amateur film19502 minsSilent Location: Middlesbrough
Whatever your faith, the annual Corpus Christi procession was an event you could hardly miss in Middlesbrough.
Madeley Before Redevelopment
Promotional19678 minsSilent Location: Madeley
Views of historic Madeley in Shropshire during the winter of 1967, as the spectre of a new town looms.
Hatfield Civic Week
Sponsored film196534 minsSilent Location: Hatfield
Dog derby and drama, Beat dancing, and Boy Scouts. New Town Hatfield becomes a hive of activity for ‘Civic Week’, a week long celebration with events programmed for young and old.
Visit to North Wales
Amateur film195017 minsSilent Location: Criccieth
Let the Rev. Albert Knowles of Grindleton be your guide to the attractive and interesting places of north Wales e.g. Llanystumdwy, Harlech and Aberdaron.
Llandovery Cricket and the Claerwen Dam
Home movie19567 minsSilent Location: Llandovery/Llanymddyfri
From a cricket match in Llandovery to a love match at the Elan Valley Hotel, with shots of a dam and a hunting party thrown in.
Y Gwr O Gwr Yr Aran
197829 mins Location: Llanuwchllyn
Teacher Frank Letch of Llanuwchllyn, Gwynedd discusses his life and living with his acquired disability in this TV documentary. In Welsh with English subtitles.
Capturing the beauty and brutality, the magic and madness of rural Britain.
Immerse yourself in the films featured in Paul Wright's captivating archive odyssey.
Edwardian Britain on Film
Welcome to a lost world. These amazing films, lost for nearly a century, offer something close to time travel - a journey into the Britain of our great grandparents, courtesy of filmmakers Mitchell and Kenyon.
Disabled Britain on Film
This diverse and fascinating collection looks at representations of disabled people on screen over the past ten decades. It offers a glimpse into the lives and experiences of people often hidden from screen history, and a chance to see how contemporary disabled artists and filmmakers are insisting that their own images and voices must be seen and heard.