This filmed Tyne Tees Television Northern Life news insert features general views of St Clare's Primary School in County Durham.
Filmed Tyne Tees Television Northern Life news insert of Waller cattle auctions featuring general views of sheep and cattle in pens, unloading sheep from a truck, cattle auction with bulls in ring surrounded by farmers and bidders. This news item was originally transmitted on 9 May 1977.
Tyne Tees Television Northern Life news report on Tesco supermarkets cancelling their offer of Green Shields stamps to customers as an incentive to shop there. Includes interviews with a petrol station owner and vox pops with shoppers. The North Eastern Co-op in Newcastle continues to operate the reward scheme to customers. Tony Cook reports. This item was originally transmitted on 9 May 1977.
Filmed Tyne Tees Television Northern Life news report on the condition of housing in category 'D' villages in County Durham, including Binchester, Eldon Lane, Ferryhill Station. Interview with Durham Housing Association representative about purchasing properties in the villages from the council and their plan to re-populate, modernise and rent out the housing. This report by Roderick Griffiths includes vox pops with some residents. The item was originally transmitted on 9 May 1977.
Promotional film for British Shipbuilders about the delivery of bulk carriers Hupeh, built at the Deptford Yard, and the Sunderland Venture, the last SD-14 built at the Austin & Pickersgill Southwick yard, Sunderland. The ships are delivered to clients in Hong Kong, the Wahkwong Line and Taikoo Navigation Company, at a time of economic gloom for British industry.
Record of the recently launched Northern Star ocean liner manoeuvred by tugs into Palmers dry dock at Hebburn on the Tyne for the fitting-out process of the ship. [Some footage in this film also appears in NEFA 19259 Northern Star.]
A hand tinted narrative home movie of a bonfire night in 1948 at the family home in the village of Haughton-le-Skerne, now part of Darlington, produced by Peter Dobing, and featuring his sister Ann.
A narrative-based home movie produced by Peter Dobing of his aunt and cousins on a regular Friday afternoon visit to his family home in the village of Haughton-le-Skerne, now part of Darlington, for tea after his sister Ann finishes school for the week.
A narrative-based home movie produced by Peter Dobing and other members of the family about an afternoon watching 9.5mm home movies at the Dobing family home in the village of Haughton-le-Skerne, now part of Darlington, followed by a family mealtime.
A compilation of short narrative-based home movies featuring family vignettes, including his sister Ann and Mrs Dobing, and a day trip to Staithes on the North Yorkshire coast by steam train, produced by Peter Dobing.
An amateur film produced by Peter Dobing of a bus tour around the Kyle of Bute in Western Scotland in 1950 with Peter and his father. The film features them visits to the coastal town of Oban and a ferry journey along the narrow sea channel of the Kyle of Bute.
A narrative-based home movie produced by Peter Dobing of preparations for November 5th and his extended family enjoying bonfire night at the family home in Haughton-le-Skerne, now part of Darlington, in 1949.
A narrative based home movie produced by Peter Dobing documenting preparations for a family Christmas in 1949 in the village of Haughton-le-Skerne, now part of Darlington, and Xmas Day celebrations.
A home movie made by Peter Dobing of a family day trip to Ullswater in the Lake District on a wet and windy day. The film begins with views of the steamer Lady of the Lake following her sinking in September 1950, the boat partially submerged against a jetty at Pooley Bridge .
A partially narrative based home movie produced by Peter Dobing of his family at Christmas in 1950. The film begins with members of the family performing a pantomime in which a witch trying to ruin the Dobing’s Christmas before being vanquished by fairy queen. The remainder of the film records members of the extended family arriving at the Dobing home in the village of Haughton-le-Skerne, now part of Darlington, to enjoy Christmas Day.
Two short narrative based home movies produced by Peter Dobing and featuring members of his extended family. The family enjoy spring time in the garden at the family home in the village of Haughton-le-Skerne, now part of Darlington. In the second film Peter and sister Ann take a bike ride together through the countryside.
A narrative based home movie produced by Peter Dobing of a four day family holiday to the Yorkshire coast, visiting Scarborough, Whitby and Goathland. The weather on this trip is terrible and the film includes many views of the family in rain coats soaked through. However, the rain doesn’t put them off visiting some interesting sites including a trip on the Scarborough Funicular, swimming in an open air pool and a journey on the North Bay Railway through Peasholm Park. At Whitby Peter and sister Ann climb to the top of West Pier Lighthouse and the film ends with the family visiting Mallyan Spout waterfall near Goathland.
A narrative based home movie produced by Peter Dobing in 1951 of a family Christmas primarily made in the filmmaker's home in the village of Haughton-le-Skerne, now part of Darlington. The family make home-made Xmas crackers and decorate the Christmas tree. A trip into Darlington for some Christmas shopping is followed by the extended family enjoying drinks in front of a roaring fire before they all open their presents. The final part of the film, shot in colour, features portrait views of each member of the family and a decorated Christmas cake.
A narrative based home movie made by Peter Dobing in 1952 featuring the Dobing family in their garden in the village of Haughton-le-Skerne, now part of Darlington. The Christmas tree is ceremonially burned on a bonfire in the garden and the family turn their hands to planting Brydons Glorious Gladioli bulbs in the garden in spring. Work done, they enjoy a game of golf with hockey sticks featuring trick photography and finish off the day with bowls of ice cream in the garden.
This narrative-based home movie by Peter Dobing records a family holiday around North Yorkshire in 1952. The family visits the coastal towns of Whitby, Scarborough and Robin Hood's Bay, and travel to Staveley and the countryside near Knaresborough.
A fun parody of 1950’s science fiction films produced by Jack Lockhart as part of the 2013 Shimmer Festival in Whitley Bay in which a mysterious object from outer space in the shape in the Spanish City dome crashing into the sea near Whitley Bay. Using archive footage from the collections of the North East Film Archive, the film shows how the local population react to the strange object and send out a research party to investigate.
Amateur film made by John Percival Staddon in the early 60s of his grand daughter Anne maintaining her bike, assisted by mother, and practicing for her National Cycling Proficiency test.
This amateur film made by John Percival Staddon records a family trip travelling to Marsden on the north east coast and Piercebridge, on the River Tees near Darlington.
Home movie by John Percival Staddon of his grandchildren at the family home.
Amateur record of the Tynemouth Swimming Club Gala 12 August, 1933, made by members of the Newcastle & District Amateur Cinematographers Association.