This is a film of places in Hull, but mostly of the Humber and the Hull ferry. It also includes film of Hull Fair and the Humber Bridge near completion.
This is a film that gives an extensive tour of the City of Hull. The film includes many of the better known, and also the less well-known, places and attractions the city has to offer. It also includes some film of a Hull City football match and Hull Fair.
This is a film showing an almost exhaustive look around Cottingham, streets, shops and places of interest, as it was in 1964.
This is a film made by Brian Rogers of his eldest son, Leigh Rogers, playing in East Park, Hull and in the garden at their home of 15 Dryden Street, Westcott Street, Holderness Road, Hull.
This is a film made by Brian Rogers of his wife’s (Ann) nephew, Neville Kemp playing in the garden of Ann’s parents, George and Lucy May Walker's, house at 111 Jalland Street, Hull.
This is a programme in the Clegg’s People series, with Michael Clegg giving a historical tour of Hull. Here, is focuses on its seafaring history and relationship to the monarchy. As Clegg embarks on a lazy boat ride along the River Hull, the viewer can see the remnants of Hull’s grand history as well as how busy it still is in 1983. As well as visiting various museums, Clegg gets to explore the Plotting Parlour in Hull’s oldest pub, and two highly impressive public loos.
A promotional film produced by Trident Television for Tyne Tees and Yorkshire Television to illustrate the vast consumer markets in the North East and Yorkshire regions and to attract commercial advertisers. The film uses various montages showing industry, housing and retail across both the Yorkshire, Teesside, Durham and Tyne and Wear areas.