The film captures snapshots of the filmmaker’s holidays in 1938. For the most part, the film was made in Somerset, but it also features shots filmed in Cardiff.
A Tyne Tees Television production as part of the About Britain series looking at the farming community at Botton Village, near Whitby in the North York Moors, run by the Camphill Village Trust. The film follows a number of workers and farms who featuring its residents and co-workers, community inhabitants and working practices.
This colour home movie by amateur Middlesbrough filmmaker Tom H. Brown records a ten day family skiing holiday in Wengen, in the Bernese Oberland region of Switzerland at Christmas,1950. The Browns learn how to ski on the nursery slopes and film professional ice skating, ice hockey and ski jumps.
This episode is the six in the series and includes visits to various castles, tourist attractions in North Yorkshire. It is introduced by Kenneth Cope and Charlotte Allen who visit various interesting and historical places in the region.
Sponsored film following the construction, launch, and sea trial of the Essi Gina bulk cargo ship. The Furness Shipbuilding Company, with shipyards at Haverton Hill on the River Tees, built the tanker for maritime company B.J. Rudd-Pedersen. The launch took place on 25th February 1963.
An amateur film made by Danny Webster, Vice-Principle of Bede College in Durham, of a trip by students from the college to Bergen, Norway in 1949.