A series of home movie filmed by Ruth Jacobson between 1941 and 1944. The film documents her children Valarie, Pamela and Malcolm at home in Newcastle, visiting Stanhope in County Durham as well as on holiday with friends at Colwyn Bay, Wales.
Home movies made by Ruth Jacobson of family holidays between 1945 and 1947 that focus on her children and includes a visit to the coast at Alnmouth in Northumberland. Footage includes scenes at Wolsingham airfield (now Newcastle Airport) and the family's departure to Dinard in France.
A home movie compilation by Ruth Jacobson produced between 1949 and 1950 that focuses on the family enjoying leisure time at the family home in Gosforth in Newcastle as well as holiday visits with family and friends including a trip to Tynemouth.
An amateur home movie compilation filmed by Ruth Jacobson that includes scenes at a wedding in Manchester in 1951, the children playing in snow on New Years Day 1952, the daughter, Pamela's birthday party, and various occasions with their pets. The film includes scenes in Harrogate with other members of the Jacobson family and a holiday in Edinburgh.
A home movie made by Ruth Jacobson of her family between 1953 and 1954. The film shows daughter Valerie with friends on holiday in Bamburgh in Northumberland as well as scenes of the family at home in Gosforth, Newcastle playing with their pets (including their dog Beano). The final section of the film shows various scenes around Central Park in New York City during a trip to the United States of America in 1954.
A home movie produced by Ruth Jacobson of a family cruise around the Mediterranean in 1952. The film includes life on board the S.S. [steam ship] Chusan, a British ocean liner and cruise ship. Locations visited include Gibraltar, Malta, Rhodes, Venice, Naples, Capri and Lisbon.
A home movie made by Ruth Jacobson featuring the family taking a holiday cruises aboard the cruise ship “Chusan” in 1955. The film mainly focuses on the activities and friends made onboard ship. The final part of the film shows the family visiting their daughter Pamela at Harrogate College for speech day as well as the whole family in the garden at home at Leasyde in Newcastle.
A home movie produced by Ruth Jacobson featuring her family enjoying their new house on Montagu Avenue, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne. The first part of the film shows the house under construction followed by views of the family at home and in their new garden. The film also features a visit to Harrogate College where Ruth daughter Pamela is a student.
A home movie made by Ruth Jacobson of her family and friends at home in Gosforth, Newcastle during the summer of 1959. The film includes views of their previous home in Kenton Road, Newcastle.
A home movie produced by Ruth Jacobson of family and friends at home in Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, during the summer of 1960.
A home movie produced by Ruth Jacobson of a family holiday to the United States of American between September and October 1960. The family travel to New York on the ocean liner R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth and film locations around the country including Washington DC, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon.
A home movie produced by Ruth Jacobson of a New Years Eve party taking place in the family home in Newcastle in 1960. Decorated to emulate the Moulin Rouge in Paris the film shows guests in fancy dress singing and dancing and enjoying themselves.
A home movie produced by Ruth Jacobson of a New Years Eve party taking place in Newcastle in 1961. The film includes a number of song and dance routines performed by guests.
A Tyne Tees Television news report on the popular regional sport of whippet racing taking place at Backworth on North Tyneside. The report shows both spectators and owners watching the fast-paced dog racing. Interview with Harry Seymour, President of the North of England Association of Whippet Clubs, about how and why the sport is so popular. The report was transmitted 18 October 1976.
A Tyne Tees Television Northern Life report with Anne Avery from a sports hall in Killingworth where a young girl is in training on a trampoline. This is followed by an interview with a man, possibly her trainer, who is asked about the British trampolining team and their prospects in an upcoming international competition. The young girl seen previously is then interviewed about her training routine and her ambitions, and the report ends with her performing again on the trampoline. The report was transmitted 18 October 1976.
A quirky amateur documentary that records some of the ship launches and maritime life on the River Tyne in the 1960s and 1970s. Footage includes Swan Hunter shipyard launches of the Royal Navy ship HMS Norfolk, the Tyne Pride and Esso Northumbria super tankers, river and harbour pilots on the Tyne, and the last voyage of a Fred Olsen Lines Norwegian cruise ship, Braemar. A home-recorded track of songs, actual sound, sound effects, and personal commentary accompanies the film.
A film made by the Newcastle & District Amateur Cinematographers Association to celebrate the Centenary of the Blaydon Races. The film follows various events taking place around Blaydon, Gateshead, and Newcastle including a boat race on the River Tyne. Many other sporting and social events are featured with the film culminates with a parade from the "Balmbras" public house to Blaydon.
A Tyne Tees Television news item filmed around Blaydon as well as from Summerhouse Hill beside Lord Widdrington's Summerhouse where Blaydon Local History Society Chairman Ronnie Anderson is interviewed about a new book on the local history of the area.
A celebration of the potential for business growth in Sunderland with its attractions of housing, schools, cultural facilities and beauty spots, linked with a celebration of Sunderland Football Club winning the Football Association Cup in 1973.
A home movie showing various scenes in and around Newcastle, North Shields, Holy Island and Lindisfarne in Northumberland as well as Housesteads Roman Fort along Hadrian’s Wall. The film includes footage of both the Hoppings Fair taking place on the Newcastle Town Moor as well as the horse-drawn Blaydon Bus seen during the centenary celebrations of the Blaydon Races in 1962. The film also includes footage of fishing boats and the market at North Shields Fish Quay and a visit to Lindisfarne and Lindisfarne Priory.
A home movie filmed by Geoff Richardson, a member of the Newcastle & District Amateur Cinematographers Society, in and around Whitley Bay that features the Spanish City fairground, St Mary’s Lighthouse and Island, and Newcastle Central Station.
Tyne Tees Television Newsview magazine item on the teenagers who queue outside the Newcastle Odeon for tickets to see the Rolling Stones pop group in concert on 18th September including an interview with Mr Kim Batty, the Newcastle Ballroom manager. This item was originally broadcast on 27 August 1964.
This Tyne Tees Television Newsview magazine item captures the highlights of either the semi-final or final of the North East Group Competition sponsored by Tyne Tees Television and the Northern Echo, held at the Mayfair Ballroom, Newcastle upon Tyne, on 11 September 1964. A selection of beat bands plays in front of a wild and fashionable teenage crowd, including The Rocking D-Jays from Trimdon. This news magazine item won the 1964 Encyclopaedia Britannica Award for cameraman Norman Jackson.
This Tyne Tees Television Newsview magazine item, originally broadcast on 11 September 1964, briefly records the Lord Mayor of Newcastle, Peter Henry Renwick, meeting Royal Northern Sinfonia conductor, Boris Brott, and musicians in the orchestra at a reception held at the Mansion House.
A Tyne Tees Television Newsview magazine report originally broadcast on 24 September 1964 on the eviction of the Hall family from a slum flat in the West End of Newcastle.