The second of two documentary programmes, produced by Tyne Tees Television and transmitted 5 January 1986. Presenter Magnus Magnusson explores the public face of the island of Lindisfarne and the tourists and visitors who come to the island each year. The film looks at benefits and problems for local residents of accommodating half a million visitors to the island.
A filmed sequence from the Tyne Tees Television programme Commercial Break looking a management training programme being put together by Northumbrian Water at a training centre at Kielder reservoir. The film shows people participating in a number of group activities and interviews with both representatives of Northumbrian Waters and those taking part.
An amateur film produced by Durham Police Constabulary to promote Durham Police Cadets. The film shows both male and female cadets at Hardwick Camp, Sedgefield and taking part in various training and outdoor activities.
This amateur home movie compilation records family visiting an uncle in summer 1938, horse riding in Monkseaton in 1938 and holiday visits to the seaside resorts of Scarborough and Brighton. Footage includes scenes from the 24th Newcastle Girl Guides camp at Mitford in Northumberland, and an open air dance performance at Hunmanby Hall Boarding School in North Yorkshire.
A film made by the Technical Aid branch of Durham Police Constabulary showing all aspects of police cadet training. The film shows cadets taking part in academic studies at Durham Technical College and Durham Agricultural College as well as on assignment with various sections of the police. The film also shows cadets taking part in a number of outdoor activities including rock climbing, abseiling and canoeing as well taking part in a camping trip. The film finishes with cadet annual parade at Durham Constabulary headquarters at Aykley Heads in Durham attended by the High Sheriff of Durham.
A promotional film by Turners Film Unit for the North East Development Council, which records the North East’s recent industrial, commercial, social and cultural successes to encourage businesses and families to move to the region. Includes footage of education, art and entertainment, shopping, and industry from Northumberland down to Tees Valley.
Amateur film of the Ashington Childrens Sports Association 56th Annual Gala in 1955, which records the children's parade, arts and crafts on display, sports, Punch and Judy show, and dancing displays.
A promotional film made for Northumberland County Council to encourage people to move to Northumberland. The film uses case studies of three families recently moved to the area. These include the Richardson family from Whitley Bay, the Target family from Killingworth and the Randall family from the Tyne Valley near Hexham. The film explores issues of housing, industry, shopping, nightlife, leisure activities and education.
An amateur film made of a visit to Newcastle and Northumberland by a delegation from Czechoslovakia. The film records their visits to schools and colleges, an opencast mine and power station, the new town of Killingworth, and to the construction sites for Newcastle Civic Centre and the Tyne Tunnel. They also visit a number of tourist attractions including the Farne Islands.
A visual record of a King Edward VI School (Morpeth, Northumberland) outing to Hadrian's Wall. The schoolchildren visit Chesters and Housesteads Roman forts near Hexham, walk along sections of the wall, and carry out some basic survey work on the archaeological ruins.
A record of a King Edward VI Grammar School (Morpeth, Northumberland) pageant re-enactment in July 1952. The schoolchildren perform plays and dances in fancy dress to an audience of parents. The pageant celebrates the school's 400th year since King Edward VI granted a charter for the school on 12 March 1552.
An educational and promotional film produced by the Department of Photography Kings College and co-written and directed by Bruce Allsopp looking at what is is like to be a student and what can be studied at King's College, The Newcastle Division of Durham University.
An amateur film by Ronald Torbet of the Bedan Scout’s from Sunderland summer camp at Milfield in Northumberland in 1957. The film begins by showing many of the day to day activities around camp including morning inspection and cooking around the campfire which includes the making of home-made duff. The final part of the film shows the boys and their Scout Master paddling a home-made canoe along a river, possibly on the River Till.
An amateur film made of the Guisborough Grammar School Scout camp to Howick in Northumberland in August 1933. The film begins with the troop hiking across Swirral Edge towards Helvellyn in the Lake District. The film cuts to their camp at Howick and shows them playing in the sea and on the sand at Sugar Beach and visiting Bamburgh Castle. The film also includes views of activities taking place around camp including them cooking a meal and practising flag semaphore. The film also features the boys playing games around camp including quoits. The film ends with the troop packing up and a train arriving at a station.
A teacher training educational film made by the University of Durham Institute of Education at Broomhaugh Church of England Primary School in the village of Riding Mill showing how to teach science in a rural primary school. The film includes field studies with a group of 7-11 year old children exploring The Glebe Field in Riding Mill, Northumberland, and science in the classroom.
An amateur film of the Guisborough Grammar School Scout Troop summer camp to Howick in Northumberland in August 1939.
A home movie believed to have been made by Victor Sidney Carman focusing on a young family between 1968 and 1975. The film follows the progress of a girl and boy from babies showing them often playing on a swing or a slide in a children's play area at Heaton in Newcastle. They are also filmed with their mother at Hexham and South Shields. The film also records a number of steam rallies as well as a visit by the Sir Nigel Gresley steam train to the region.
A home movie by Austen McOlvin Laws of his daughters sports day taking place at the Newcastle upon Tyne Church High School in Jesmond. The film also features a group of children parading along Harbour Road in Beadnell, a cyclist speeding past a house during a race and water-skiers off the coast of Beadnell.
A home movie by Austen McOlvin Laws of a trip into the Northumberland countryside with views across what is possibly the snow-topped Simonside Hills. The film changes to a sports day for his daughter’s school, the Newcastle upon Tyne Church High School in Jesmond, showing pupils and parents taking part in various sporting events.
A home movie made by Chris Lawson capturing a hockey match taking place near Rossall private school in Fleetwood, Lancashire and a family holiday to Bavington in Northumberland.
An amateur film made by Mr L Hammell, a teacher at Norton High Street Junior School, records a school trip to Hadrians Wall in Northumberland showing children and staff exploring the Roman remains in this famous location. The film briefly shows another educational trip to High Force.
A home movie made by Raymond James Paiton begins with a school sports day taking place at Newlands Preparatory School in Gosforth, Newcastle featuring both young girls and fathers taking part in various races. Following this there is a presentation of prizes to pupils by a female dignitary. The second part of the film features the Paiton family watching a farmer turn hay in a field and the children feeding chickens in the yard believed to be Rothley Park Farm near Morpeth in Northumberland.
An amateur film by John Scorer that records a trip to Bamburgh Castle by Marden Bridge Middle School, Whitley Bay, in 1979.
An amateur film produced by Donald Oates that records a trip to carry out a cartographic survey around the River North Tyne at Bellingham in Northumberland in March 1941 with staff and students of King's College, Newcastle upon Tyne.
An amateur film produced by Donald Oates recording a Newcastle Educational Committee visit with school children to rural Northumberland.