This Tyne Tees Television Today at Six news item covers the comical chaos of a homemade boats race across Seahouses harbour in the first year of May Week celebrations in the Northumbrian coastal village. The report was originally broadcast on 7 May 1975.
This Tyne Tees Television filmed news insert shows a parachutist landing in a field. This item was originally broadcast on the Today at Six regional news programme on 7 May 1975.
This Tyne Tees Television Northern Life news item reports on a model of an LNER Shire class 4-4-0 called Yvette and the private miniature railway built by a retired electricity board surveyor called Tom Tate at the derelict Haswell Lodge country house in County Durham. Interview with Tate who explains the stock was destined for the Medina Valley Railway project on the Isle of Wight. This news piece was originally broadcast on 5 January 1977.
Amateur footage shot in 1951 by George Pennington, the owner of Cosy Coaches in Meadowfield, which records a celebration of folk dancing organised by the Women's Institute at Brancepeth Castle. Includes Morris dancing and Horn Dancers wearing antlers, one of the ritual rural customs that survive today.
Amateur record of the first Alnwick Fair in June 1969 filmed by Vic Cross.
Amateur record of the North Tyne and Redesdale Agricultural Society Show at Bellingham on 28 August in the 1960s filmed by Vic Cross.