This film provides a detailed account of how Peglers manufactures its plumbing products at its factory in Doncaster, showing the different stages of the production process.
This is a training film made for pilots in which different flight conditions are simulated using various light filters in order to teach the pilot how to fly in night conditions.
This film shows people working on the creation of a screening room for the Harrogate Amateur Cine Society.
.Made by members of the Harrogate Cine Club, this film documents the events which took place during the Great Yorkshire Show. The film includes footage of much of the livestock which is entered into competitions during this annual agricultural show.
This is a film of an unknown printing press in Sheffield, showing the printing process from start to finish.
This is a promotional film made by Mottershaw Commercial Films, Sheffield, for Dormer Tools of Sheffield. With a narration the film shows the production and use of the different kinds of taps (not water taps, but tapping ones) produced by Dormer.
This is a promotional film made by Mottershaw Commercial Films, Sheffield, for Dormer Tools of Sheffield. The film showcases the different kinds of twist drills produced by Dormer and their many uses.
This is a promotional film made by Mottershaw Commercial Films, Sheffield, for Dormer Tools of Sheffield. With a narration by Richard Baker, the film shows the production and use of the different kinds of twist drills produced by Dormer.
This film simulates a drugs raid and all subsequent operations involved in bringing narcotic abusers to justice. Made by the West Yorkshire Metropolitan police, the film initially shows a discotheque attended by youths. After being broken up by a police raid, the offenders are arrested and the resulting evidence is taking to a laboratory for scientific testing. The advancements in drugs testing practices are the crux of the film, and the films intentions are to demonstrate the effectiveness of such modern procedures.
This film is from the C.H. Wood collection and follows the processes of making bread in a factory. It begins with the dough and shows each step until the final product is packaged. The bread company was based near London while the manufacturer, Spooner, that made the actual machinery, was based in Ilkley.
This film documents part of the 11th Annual Convention of the United Stated Junior Chamber of Commerce at which three members from Sheffield were in attendance, including W. G. Ibberson. The film includes scenes of New York in 1930 as well as SS Adriatic and Sikorsky Amphibian. Some of the footage is also included in "New York From The River," another film in the Ibberson Collection.
This film is from the C.H. Wood collection and contains footage of the factory where the carpets are produced for Birstall Carpets. There are shots of the final products and the steps that go into getting the raw wool to that stage.
Part of the Ibberson collection, the following film documents a trip Mr. Ibberson made with his father to Germany in April, 1932. The film contains scenic footage of pre-war Germany and the electric railway to Elberfeld.
This film is from the C.H. Wood collection and contains footage of an arteriotomy operation using a Dardik Bio Graft. There are many shots of the operation itself as well as the graft as it is being prepared for the operation,
This film is part of the C.H. Wood collection and demonstrates how to use an Oil Circuit Breaker Unit. There are shots of the man draining and earthing the machine as well as showing the safety features of the machine.
This film is a documentation of different types of police work the West Riding of Yorkshire Constabulary faced in 1962. Initially capturing cadets as they advance through the rigorous training process, the film goes on to show the sheer variation of police work, documenting all aspects from general office work to officers making arrests.
This film demonstrates the ability of police specialists to identify criminals from fingerprints found at crime scenes. The film opens with a burglary taking place and chronicles the investigation as it progresses through to evidence analysis, where specialist find a match for the print.
This film is from the C.H. Wood collection and shows the history and manufacture of Gee Bee Pop. There are shots of the raw materials that make up the drink as well as interior and close up shots of the machines in the factory.
This lengthy film, made by the West Yorkshire police, chronicles the investigation procedures of a mock murder case, highlighting the necessity of a methodical and thorough police investigation. When a butler is murdered by a burglar, investigators from the West Riding Constabulary use various methods and routes of inquiry to bring the suspect to justice.
This film made by the West Yorkshire Police features surveillance footage (predominantly of traffic incidents) from in and around the West Riding Constabulary district, including Huddersfield, Dewsbury and Wakefield. There are also segments that show electronic breathalysers in use.
Made by pupils of Newman School based in Rotherham - a special school for students with physical disabilities and medical conditions - this film captures a student science event called 'Liquid Science', held at 'Liquid' nightclub in Rotherham. Designed to engage school pupils with science using a fun and vibrant location, the event features students learning about sound, lifesaving procedures, drugs and health.
This film is made by pupils at Newman School, which is a special school for students with physical disabilities and medical conditions, based in Rotherham. This film is part of NASA's digital learning network and features a live video conference between pupils at Newman School and NASA experts.
This is a comedy film about the folly of the filmmaker's father in his effort to fix an electrical fault on the family cooker, ending up being chased by his wife for causing a fire.
Featuring students from Bootham (all boys) School, this film documents a natural history trip to Llwyngwril, Wales. Natural history trips were a staple trip for Bootham students and this film includes trips to the beach, Harlech Castle and the centre for alternative energy. There are several humorous scenes and a running commentary throughout.
This is one of three films made of the building and opening of the new Lewis's Store in Leeds between 1930 and 1932. Lewis’s was the product of industrialist Sir Edwin Airey, and the store in Leeds used his third invention, the Aerodome floor. The design was much lighter than the floor designed by the structural engineer and resulted in a savings of 4000 tons of steel for the frame of the building as well as the building being completed 20 weeks ahead of schedule.