North West Film Archive
BBC North West Regional News and Documentary Film 1966-1986: Sample Film Clips - Youth
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Felicity Goodey reporting on the plan to give three thousand youngsters in the country a chance of a worthwhile career (1975)
Film of a children's Charlie Chaplin contest in Crewe (1977)
Young talented swimmer Cheryl Brazendale is shown training and talking about her swimming (1978)
Shows Oldham General Hospital, where the worlds first test tube baby is expected shortly (1978)
David Davies reporting from auditions for the European Community Orchestra (1978)
Alistair Macdonald reporting on eight youngsters from the North West from the British junior yachting team (1980)
Debi Davies reporting on children from the Hathershaw Comprehensive School, in Oldham, who have painted murals on the school walls (1980)
Richard Duckenfield reporting on blocks of flats in Liverpool being converted to student accommodation (1982)
Richard Duckenfield reporting on the Liverpool school which opens its doors early so that pupils can watch breakfast television (1983)
Richard Duckenfield reporting on Croxteth School in Liverpool, successfully run by teachers and parents (1983)
Footage of a school for handicapped children (1977)
Extract about the prejudice encountered by young black people in Britain and their sense of isolation (1972)
Two extracts on Liverpudlian musicians and Mancunian buskers (1983)
Shows a course near Carnforth which involves unemployed able-bodied people working with the physically disabled (1984)
Looks at a project in which unemployed school leavers to restore sections of the Leeds Liverpool canal (1984)
Two young owners of the Stewart Street Day Nursery in Bury for pre-school children are interviewed (1984)
Extract from a programme about a group of young deafblind people on holiday in Blackpool (1983)
An undercover policeman talks about infiltrating drug trafficking circles in Liverpool (1967)
Extract which looks at the reorganisation of secondary moderns and the introduction of eleven-plus examinations in the North West (1971)
Delinquent boys are shown canoeing at Windermere (1976)
A music lesson at Manchester Grammar School for Boys is shown (1976)
Two talented young artists from Moss Side - John Kimpton and Michael Brown - are interviewed (1984)