The filmed element of an edition of the Tyne Tees Television current affairs programme Your World This Week asks whether amusement arcades and bingo halls are attracting the wrong kind of people to the village of Seahouses on the Northumberland coast.
An edition of the Tyne Tees Television current affairs programme Close Up, first broadcast in 1966 about the lives of men of the 1st Battallion Royal Northumberland Fusiliers who are stationed in the port of Aden as a peace-keeping force during the years of the Radfan Uprising. Reporter Dennis Ramshaw visits Aden and speaks to both officers and soldiers from the north east region and their families who are living on this war zone. The programme also includes footage of soldiers on patrol in Aden and interviews with some wives and mothers of serving men back home on Tyneside.
A highly visual essay on the North East of England, set to a specially composed musical score. A range of images, often using time lapse, double exposure and slow motion, combine in a colourful montage to present an overview of the region's history and development.
A documentary film that follows the campaign organised by the miners and citizens of the villages of Blackhill and Scremerston in Northumberland to fight the National Coal Board's decision to close the Blackhill Colliery. Following their defeat the film then follows them in their efforts to open a private drift mine at Allerdean.
This Tyne Tees Television Today at Six news item covers the closure of the ladies public toilets in the centre of Morpeth. This item was originally broadcast on 7 May 1975. Charlotte Allen reports.
Tyne Tees Television Today at Six news insert of the bus depot at Blyth, which has been taken over by United Automobile Services. This news item was first broadcast on 5 February 1975.