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HOW ITMA IS WRITTEN

How Itma Is Written (1945)

Ted Kavanagh, writer of ITMA, tries to get some inspiration at home.

ACTION THEN PICTURES

Action Then Pictures (1945)

Artists serving with the Royal Canadian Navy have exhibition in the National...

TO PRIVATE JOHN L

To Private John L (1945)

Charming item about a family assembling a weekly parcel to send to dad serving...

THE GREAT EXPERIMENT

The Great Experiment (1945)

Mrs J. B. Priestley chats about her home for evacuated mums and children.

A.T.S. TRAIN FOR HOUSEWORK

A.T.S. Train For Housework (1945)

A.T.S. war brides learn how to cook and keep house for when their...

PAPER SCULPTURE

Paper Sculpture (1945)

Polish sculptor Tadeusz Lipski makes paper sculptures in studio.

LESSONS WITHOUT TEARS aka LESSONS WITHOUT FEARS

Lessons Without Tears AKA Lessons Without Fears (1945)

At Prestolee School kids are educated...

WITH LOVE FROM MUM

With Love From Mum (1945)

Mother writes to son on her birthday & goes out for a drink with his friends...

PLAYERS AT WORK

Players At Work (1945-1946)

Actors repair bomb damage Embassy Theatre.

HONEYMOON HOTEL

Honeymoon Hotel (1945-1946)

WAAF visits country inn and reminisces about honeymoon - very "Brief Encounter"!...

C.E.M. JOAD aka CEM JOAD

C.E.M. Joad AKA Cem Joad (1944-1945)

Academic Dr. Joad at home, playing hockey and giving lecture at...

UTILITY FURS

Utility Furs (1944-1945)

Furrier Mr. Grubert shows off latest in utility furs to customer at London showroom.

BEVIN BOYS

Bevin Boys (1944-1945)

A look at life for 2 young men conscripted as coal miners, Albert Swaisland and...

FILMING THE BRAINS TRUST aka FILMING THE BRITAIN'S TRUST

Filming The Brains Trust AKA Filming The Britain's Trust (1945)

Panel of film personalities have...

KEEP THEM RUNNING aka KEEP 'EM RUNNING

Keep Them Running AKA Keep 'em Running (1945)

Despite the war, Victor Smyth still trains racehorses...

THE INWARD LIGHT

The Inward Light (1945)

Making gramophone recordings of novels for Talking Book Library for blind.

INEXPENSIVE DRESS

Inexpensive Dress (1945)

Designer Olive O'Neill at work on simple but elegant tweed dress.

NURSING FATHERS

Nursing Fathers (1945)

Special class at French Hospital Nursery, London, to teach fathers how to care for...

BLOSSOM TIME

Blossom Time (1945)

Two girls with servicemen boyfriends walk in orchard and remember their loved ones.

GILDING THE LILY

Gilding The Lily (1945)

An actress goes to London hairdresser Steiner who dyes her brunette hair...

HOME FROM THE SEA - SEA MEN SIGN OFF

Home From The Sea - Sea Men Sign Off (1945)

Men from the Merchant Navy return home and sign off. ...

WE'VE COME BACK

We've Come Back (1945)

A little boy and girl return to bomb damaged Canterbury after having been...

THE STAGE REVOLVES

The Stage Revolves (1945)

Behind the scenes look at the revolving stage in the Savoy theatre. London.

LIKE MOTHER LIKE DAUGHTER

Like Mother Like Daughter (1945)

Identical fashions for mother and daughter designed by Norman...

BOX OFFICE DRAW

Box Office Draw (1945)

Good item showing James Mason at home with his wife Pamela Kellino. Hertfordshire....

FASHIONS

Fashions (1945)

Item showing the tricks of the trade of the fashion photographer.

NET RESULT

Net Result (1945)

A woman makes stockings out of old hat netting.

JEWELS DOWN THE YEARS

Jewels Down The Years (1945)

Mosheh Oved shows us jewellery from different countries and centuries....

ELEGANCE AHEAD

Elegance Ahead (1945)

Ladies model the latest hats.

ONE MAN SHOW - PAVEMENT ARTIST

One Man Show - Pavement Artist (1945)

Pavement artist David Burton attracts crowds with his outdoor...

ARTIST AT WORK

Artist At Work (1945)

Tommy Trinder poses for a caricature sketched by Oscar Berger.

GLAMOUR WITH FLOWERS

Glamour With Flowers (1945)

Stylish arrangements of flowers replace jewellery in hair and on clothes.

PERSONALITY MEET LORD VANSITTART

Personality Meet Lord Vansittart (1945)

Item showing Lord Vansittart in his garden at Denham,...

HEADLINE HATS

Headline Hats (1945)

Hat design competition by Sunday Pictorial results in two winning designs made up in...

FASHION FEATURE

Fashion Feature (1947)

Glamorous ladies' shoes at an affordable price - could this be an end to...

FASHION FEATURE

Fashion Feature (1947)

Models wear day dresses and evening gowns by Halle in Macclesfield fabrics.

FASHION FEATURE

Fashion Feature (1947)

Latest fashions in ladies' gloves made from fur, leather and suede.

YOUNGEST MAYORESS

Youngest Mayoress (1947)

Teenager Jean Owen becomes the youngest mayoress of Bexley, London.

FASHION FEATURE

Fashion Feature (1947)

Latest women's wear designs by Joyce Lynn, modelled by dolls.

EDITORIAL DESK

Editorial Desk (1947)

Barbara Willis is teenage editor of "Cheer Chicks" magazine.

FASHION FEATURE

Fashion Feature (1947)

Models wear latest designs in women's tweed coats which are to be sold at utility...

MODEL AIRCRAFT

Model Aircraft (1947)

Miniature aeroplanes on display at National Model Aircraft Exhibition.

CHILD FASHUNS aka CHILD FASHIONS

Child Fashuns AKA Child Fashions (1946)

Children model latest designs in kids clothing at Peter Pan...

CLOTHING EXCHANGE

Clothing Exchange (1947)

Item showing the clothing exchange scheme for children at Gypsy Hill, London.

FASHION FEATURE

Fashion Feature (1947)

Models show off the latest fashions designed by Lou Ritter and Harry Kahn.

FASHION FEATURE

Fashion Feature (1947)

The latest Asta coats and suits are modelled in London.

FASHION FEATURE

Fashion Feature (1947)

Women model the latest in coats and dresses designed by Digby Morton.

FASHION FEATURE

Fashion Feature (1947)

Ladies use flowers instead of jewellery as accessories to their clothes.

TIC-TAC

Tic-Tac (1947)

Bill Sanders and other bookmakers tic-tac to take and place bets at the racecourse.

FASHION FEATURE

Fashion Feature (1947)

Latest hats designed by British milliners on show in London.