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B438 LOOK NORTH FREEPORTS 1984
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B439 LOOK NORTH NSPCC WALK 1984
Programme on an annual long-distance sponsored walk which raises money for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) and takes place at Aintree Racecourse. Organiser Joan Gregory and participants Jim Radcliffe, 75 from Wigan (who has been taking part for eighteen years) and Dick Crawshaw More...
B441 [UNKNOWN] CATS' TAILS 1984
A programme on the 1984 Lancashire Cat Club Show at Belle Vue, Manchester, which focuses on various cats and their owners. There are general views of the show with vets examining the cats and judges describing what they're looking for. Several eccentric owners, including Sharon and Richard Cull, are shown More...
B461 LOOK NORTH EVEREST 1984 EXPEDITION 1984
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B464 LOOK NORTH FOOTBALL: LIVERPOOL EUROPEAN CUP 1984 1984
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B467 LOOK NORTH MINERS' DISPUTE 1984
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B477 [UNKNOWN] CHESHIRE DRAMA COURSE 1984
Students from a Drama School in Cheshire are shown rehearsing and performing various dances, songs and plays (including A Midsummer Night's Dream?). They are also shown applying stage make-up, in an assembly, learning how to fence, at a school open day, pretending to physically fight each other and making More...
B480 LOOK NORTH KILROY STORIES: AGE OF FEAR 1984
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B458 LOOK NORTH BOMB 1984
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B98 THE FRIDAY SHOW [LES DAWSON IN BLACKPOOL] 1984
Insert in which comedian Les Dawson visits Blackpool and takes a lighthearted look at its attractions. Includes shots of people on the beach and pier, children taking donkey rides, Blackpool Tower, trams on the promenade and black and white archive footage of holidaymakers in Blackpool More...
B682 YOUNG ENTERPRISE SHOW INSTANT MUSCLE / WINDSURFING / HOCKEY / CAR / ARTIST 1984
Five film extracts highlighting positive things for young people to do. Presenter Janice Long visits Ted Corran at his home on the Wirral and asks him about his 'Instant Muscle' scheme, which allows unemployed youngsters to do menial work such as gardening, painting and decorating for the community. Mike Sweeney More...
B99 THE FRIDAY SHOW HANG GLIDING 1984
Item on the attractions of the sport of hang gliding. Competitors at the British Hang Gliding Championship are shown flying and there are interviews with the event organiser and five-times World Champion Bob Calvert More...
B123 [UNKNOWN] NORTH WEST INDUSTRY c. 1985
Programme on North West industries, presented by a New Zealand presenter. The first part describes the decline of the North West's textile industry and Liverpool's sugar refining industry, which mentions the impact of the Common Market. Includes stills of Lowry paintings, shots of the interior of a cotton factory and More...
B124 LOST ENTERTAINMENT [NEW BRIGHTON / WHITE CITY] c. 1985
Programme focusing on two North West entertainment venues that have been left to ruin: New Brighton, a bustling holiday destination at the turn of the century and White City athletics stadium in Stretford, where international athletic meetings took place in the 1950s. There are various stills of New Brighton Tower More...
B136 LOST TRANSPORT LIVERPOOL OVERHEAD RAILWAY / TRAMS c. 1985
Looks at the history of Liverpool's Overhead Railway - the "Dockers' Umbrella" - from its beginnings in 1855 to its closure by Parliament and demolition in 1957. Numerous black and white stills are shown featuring the building of the "Overhead", its various stations, bomb damage to the line after WW2 and general More...
B121 PIERS Programmes 1, 2, 3, 4 c. 1985
B121/1: Programme on the role that piers have played in holidays by the seaside in North West England and the history of piers as entertainment venues. Sketches are shown of Southport Pier, the first pleasure pier built specifically, opened in 1860. The presenter interviews Peter Defigurado, architect and pier enthusiast More...
B122 RAILWAY WALKS [MARPLE TO MACCLESFIELD, ROCHDALE TO BACUP, WIRRAL WAY AND LUNE VALLEY] c. 1985
B122/1: A BBC presenter visits some of the region's pathways which follow old disused railway lines. He first visits the nature trail between Marple and Macclesfield, near Poynton. Clive Price, rambling broadcaster and President of the Manchester Ramblers' Association, is interviewed about the appeal of railway walks. The old Poynton More...
B484 [UNKNOWN] STEAM: A GAMBLE ON STEAM 1985
Programme on the annual steam rally held at Lyme Park, Derbyshire. Follows Tony Marchington from Derbyshire, who decided to start the rally with his family at the risk of going into debt. Includes good shots of steam engines, various steam exhibits including a threshing machine, rifle range and gavioli barrel More...
B479 LOOK NORTH ABBEYSTEAD 1986
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B483 [UNKNOWN] SCHOOLS VIDEO 1986
This programme revisits four groups of school pupils, who a year ago won a film-making competition. The films include 'Unemployment can lead to crime' by six pupils from Woodhey High School in Ramsbottom; 'Boredom of youth' by seven pupils from Kingsway School in Gatley, Cheadle; 'Salford' by three girls More...
 
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