An incomplete Tyne Tees Television documentary which follows the 47-year-old Spennymoor artist Norman Cornish as he visits Paris. Norman Cornish had just given up his job as a miner and was starting out as a professional artist. The film follows Cornish around Paris through the eyes of a northern artist. As well as the programme itself, the surviving reel contains additional footage of the visit to Paris.
A film produced by Durham Constabulary showing the construction of the Aykley Heads radio mast designed by Ove Arup & Partners and built by Bierrum Partners Ltd.
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 appeals film made for Wayside Home, a residential and nursing home in West Boldon. The film follows two young women who visit the home and meet some of the residents to learn why the home should be supported.