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LIONESS ARRIVES AT THE B.B.C.

Lioness Arrives At The B.B.C. (1938)

An 18 month old lioness arrives at the B.B.C. in London.

THE SEAMAN WHO GAVE THE POSTSCRIPT

The Seaman Who Gave The Postscript (1941)

Merchant seaman Frank Laskier talks about the postscript he...

BBC 1934

BBC 1934 (1935)

Various shots of the home of the British Broadcasting Corporation - Broadcasting House.

TV AERIAL AT CRYSTAL PALACE

Tv Aerial At Crystal Palace (1946)

TV aerial at Crystal Palace, London.

RADIO QUEEN SELECTED

Radio Queen Selected (1939)

Footage of beauty queen contest in BBC television studios, London.

THE BBC MYSTERY SINGER

The BBC Mystery Singer (1935)

The BBC Mystery Singer performs 'Thoughts' wearing a black cape and...

VALVE

Valve (1942)

A look at how valves work in microphones and radios.

THE TWO PRINCESSES

The Two Princesses (1940)

Still shots of Princesses Margaret and Princess Elizabeth recording broadcast.

HUGH MORTON: CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL

Hugh Morton: Children's Hospital (1946)

Very good item showing Hugh Morton broadcasting 'Stuff and...

LONDON aka FRENCH SCHOOL TEACHERS VISIT BBC

London AKA French School Teachers Visit BBC (1939)

Footage of the interior of Broadcasting House,...

BRITISH BROADCASTING ENQUIRY

British Broadcasting Enquiry (1947)

Exterior of Broadcasting House + band leader Harry Roy sitting on...

QUEEN VISITS BBC TELEVISION CENTRE

Queen Visits BBC Television Centre (1961)

Queen visits BBC television centre at White City, London.

LISTENING POST

Listening Post (1940)

Duplicate story - BBC radio editors monitor overseas broadcasts (this version...

OLIVER WAKEFIELD

Oliver Wakefield (1936)

Oliver Wakefield tries to rouse the nation in his own particular style.

BERT WESTON issue title is HAPPY DAYS

Bert Weston Issue Title Is Happy Days (1938)

Comedian Bert Weston plays part of drunken toff and...

HUMAN FISH

Human Fish (1949)

Fisherman Jack Hargreaves tries to reel in swimmer Harold Elven at Peckham baths....

JAMES FITZPATRICK

James Fitzpatrick (1945)

Pathe meets cameraman James Fitzpatrick.

BOTANY AND ARTHUR MARSHALL

Botany And Arthur Marshall (1946)

Item shows Arthur Marshall in both of his jobs - as a school master,...

STANLEY MAXSTEAD, RADIO WAR CORRESPONDENT

Stanley Maxstead, Radio War Correspondent (1945)

Nice posed shots of BBC war correspondent Stanley...

FROM EVE TO EVERYWOMAN!

From Eve To Everywoman! (1936)

Duplicate of FROM EVE TO EVERYWOMAN plus woman washing and putting on...

WORLD FESTIVAL OF DEMOCRATIC YOUTH.

World Festival Of Democratic Youth. (1947)

Activities at youth festival.

BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

BBC Symphony Orchestra (1932)

Excellent footage of the BBC Symphony Orchestra playing Elgar's 'Land of...

LONDON CALLING!

London Calling! (1925)

Great film showing how radio broadcasts are recorded and transmitted.

HENRY HALL

Henry Hall (1932)

Henry Hall and his BBC Dance Orchestra play cricket then play 'Here's To The Next Time'.

HENRY WOOD

Henry Wood (1938)

Sir Henry Wood conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra in Vaughan Williams' 'Serenade To...

TREFOR JONES IN

Trefor Jones In "Maire My Girl" (1932)

Romantic song is illustrated by shots of lovestruck girl...

THE WATCH DOG

The Watch Dog (1932)

Nice item about Black Jack the watchdog at Bush House office buildings in London.

BILLY MERSON issue title FROM MISSES TO MERSON

Billy Merson Issue Title From Misses To Merson (1936)

Comedian Billy Merson performs comic songs -...

CECIL JOHNSON

Cecil Johnson (1937)

Cecil Johnson gives a funny commentary on a dinner party in the style of a sports...

FRED LATHAM issue title OK FOR SOUND

Fred Latham Issue Title Ok For Sound (1939)

Baritone Fred Latham sings "The Same Old Story".

LONDON'S QUEENS HALL

London's Queens Hall (1942)

Good item showing the Queens Hall before and after it was wrecked by bombs....

MODEL HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT

Model Houses Of Parliament (1951)

16 year old Terry Summers makes detailed models of Houses of...

JUST WILLIAM aka JOHN CLARK

Just William AKA John Clark (1946)

A look at young 'Just William' actor John Clark as he relaxes at...

QUEEN OPENS NEW HOSPITAL WING

Queen Opens New Hospital Wing (1946)

Queen Elizabeth visits Victoria Hospital at East Grinstead on...

HOW BRITAIN VOTES  REEL 3

How Britain Votes Reel 3 (1951)

Cuts from documentary 'How Britain Votes', in the context of the...

CHILDREN'S TELEVISION - MEN OF ACTION reel 1

Children's Television - Men Of Action Reel 1 (1951)

Educational film showing how stained glass made...

KING EDWARD VIII'S FIRST BROADCAST TO THE EMPIRE

King Edward VIII's First Broadcast To The Empire (1936)

King Edward VIII makes his first broadcast...

CASSINO CLOSE-UPS

Cassino Close-Ups (1944)

Cassino is reduced to rubble by allies and young German soldiers are taken...

WILFRED PICKLES APPEAL

Wilfred Pickles Appeal (1950)

Wilfred Pickles appeal to the public to donate money for home for...

GEORGE VI - CORONATION SPEECH - 1937

George VI - Coronation Speech - 1937 (1937)

Sound track of King George VI's speech to the Nation on...

CHURCHILL SPEECHES

Churchill Speeches "Finest Hour" (1940)

Churchill speeches taken from BBC - track only.

USAF PARADE

Usaf Parade

USAF officers gives speeches, airmen march past - probably at air base in UK.

WORLD'S BEST WEDDING CAKE COMPETITION

World's Best Wedding Cake Competition (1963)

World's best wedding cake competition is held in...

SELWYN LLOYD - AT CONFERENCE ON SUEZ NATIONALISATION

Selwyn Lloyd - At Conference On Suez Nationalisation (1956)

Britain hosts second international...

 MONTE CARLO RALLY

Monte Carlo Rally (1961)

Shots of London taxi and car driven by Anne Hall taking part in Monte Carlo...

SIR HENRY WOOD

Sir Henry Wood (1938)

Duplicate of item in PT 451 and Turns Can 13 - see separate records.

THE GOLDEN VOICE

The Golden Voice (1935)

Miss E. W. Cain wins the Post Office's Golden Voice competition and becomes the...

A PRINCE IS BORN

A Prince Is Born (1948)

The nation welcomes arrival of Prince Charles, second in line to throne.

LESLIE WESTON

Leslie Weston (1932)

Leslie Weston sings a song about how terrible life is once you are married.

BROADCASTING

Broadcasting (1942)

The B.B.C. broadcasts messages to men in the Royal Air Force who are serving in...