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LEVERS & GEARS issue title -

Levers & Gears Issue Title - "Hold Everything!" (1940)

Item explaining gears and levers.

SMASHING THE ATOM

Smashing The Atom (1933)

Experiments using electricity to shatter different kinds of materials.

GOING INTO COAL

Going Into Coal (1939)

Footage of Scientist experimenting with coal dust in laboratories.

LIGHTNING - CHAINED!

Lightning - Chained! (1933)

Machines which make "man-made lightning" are demonstrated.

WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT ?

What Do You Know About ? (1944)

Item about the skin of the human body.

G - G - GHOSTS!

G - G - Ghosts! (1934)

Ghostly white shapes emerge against a black background - no soundtrack.

DEVELOPING THE

Developing The "Laser Beam" (1963)

Men working on developing the laser beam in Germany.

CHEMICAL MODES

Chemical Modes (1937)

A look at how the latest chemical compounds can be used in the fashion industry.

SCIENCE MAKES PEACEFUL STRIDES

Science Makes Peaceful Strides (1959)

Weather reports are fed into computers to give more accurate...

MIGHTY ATOM issue title - STRANGE TO RELATE

Mighty Atom Issue Title - Strange To Relate (1940)

A look at how atoms form molecules to make up...

PUMPS

Pumps (1941)

A look at different pumps and their uses.

AIR FORCE TESTS FOR FUTURE SPACE FLIGHTS AND EFFECTS ON PILOTS

Air Force Tests For Future Space Flights And Effects On Pilots (1957)

High-speed flights for...

MULTIFLORA WHEAT HARVEST

Multiflora Wheat Harvest (1950-1959)

Harvesting, & examining new type of corn which produces more wheat per...

SOUTH OF ZERO

South Of Zero (1931)

The potential of a liquid air machine is demonstrated at Faraday Exhibition, London.

3,000,000 VOLTS! on sleeve as 3000,000 VOLTS

3,000,000 Volts! On Sleeve As 3000,000 Volts (1931)

3,000,000 volts of electricity spark off a huge...

THROUGH GALILEO'S TELESCOPE

Through Galileo's Telescope (1933)

Historical film about the achievements of the astronomer Galileo.

SPEEDING UP CROPS

Speeding Up Crops (1936)

A new growing process for cow fodder involves feeding the seeds on boron and...

AWAY WITH THE SAILS

Away With The Sails (1936)

Shots of yachts at sea with scientific description with animated diagrams of...

MAGIC CRYSTALS

Magic Crystals (1936)

Crystals make beautiful patterns during photographic experiments at Prague...

THE EMOTION MACHINE

The Emotion Machine (1938)

A man is wired up to a machine to test his emotional reactions.

SPINNING ITS TALE!

Spinning Its Tale! (1939)

Gyroscopic force is explained using live footage and animated diagrams.

AIRY SOMETHINGS

Airy Somethings (1931)

Experiments investigating the properties of air.

CHICK - CHICK - CHICK - CHICKEN

Chick - Chick - Chick - Chicken (1931)

Story following the growth of a chick inside an egg and film...

LIDO AND DIDO

Lido And Dido (1956)

The Atomic Energy Research Establishment at Harwell shows its latest achievements.

FIRES FOR FROST

Fires For Frost (1936)

Farmers heat the orchard with burning oil.

CRANES

Cranes (1939)

A short history of cranes.

THERMOMETERS issue title is ENGLAND EXPECTS

Thermometers Issue Title Is England Expects (1939)

Thermometers - unusual and historical - on...

GASES

Gases (1940)

Item showing manufacture and use of certain gases.

PRESSURE

Pressure (1941)

An item showing varying forms of pressure and ways of measuring it.

DICE

Dice (1941)

Item about dice and their uses.

SECTIONS

Sections (1943)

Mathematical and scientific ways of dividing things into sections.

SCIENCE AIDS JET PILOTS

Science Aids Jet Pilots (1955)

Centrifuge machine tests strains on jet airmen - dramatic distortion of...

TELLY TELEPHONE

Telly Telephone (1967)

A new video telephone enables callers to see each other. Taplow

TELEPHONE RECIPE SERVICE

Telephone Recipe Service (1967)

An information centre provides recipes over the telephone.

SCIENCE ON THE FARM

Science On The Farm (1962)

Farm workers in Canada feed cattle using mechanised process.

FALL OF A FEATHER

Fall Of A Feather (1949)

A giant amplifier exaggerates the sound of a falling feather millions of times...

MICROWAVES

Microwaves (1949)

An item showing microwave and radar development at Malvern, Worcestershire.

FIRE RESEARCH

Fire Research (1950)

Research into flammable materials is carried out at Elstree in Hertfordshire.

PHOTOMETER SPHERE

Photometer Sphere (1952)

Footage of a large photosphere being used to test neon light bulb, Middlesex.

HAND PROTECTOR

Hand Protector (1950)

A scientist demonstrates a new cream which protects hands from dermatitis. Innoxa...

HARWELL ATOMIC RESEARCH STATION

Harwell Atomic Research Station (1950)

A look round Harwell atomic research station. Berkshire.

THE NEW SYNCHROTRON AT THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS CENTRE, MALVERN aka TELECOM CENTRE...

The New Synchrotron At The Telecommunications Centre, Malvern AKA Telecom Centre... (1948)

Various...

MANUFACTURE OF ANTRYCIDE - NEW DRUG TO COMBAT CATTLE DISEASE AND TSETSE FLY

Manufacture Of Antrycide - New Drug To Combat Cattle Disease And Tsetse Fly (1949)

Heifers...

CHICKEN INCUBATORS

Chicken Incubators (1947)

Incubators employed to increase chicken and egg production.

CHIMP AT SCIENTIFIC EXHIBITION

Chimp At Scientific Exhibition (1965)

Chimpanzee Winnie visits scientific exhibition at Burlington...

NEW SOUTH AMERICAN TRACKING STATION OPENED

New South American Tracking Station Opened (1969)

New tracking station at Balcarce, South America.

THE EAR issue title is THAT THERE EAR

The Ear Issue Title Is That There Ear (1938)

An informative look at the way the ear works, with...

OUT TAKES / CUTS FROM CP 606 - THE POWER OF OXYGEN and BUTTERFLY FARM

Out Takes / Cuts From Cp 606 - The Power Of Oxygen And Butterfly Farm (1966)

Out takes...

INDUSTRIAL ONE-ARM BANDIT  aka INDUSTRIAL ONE ARMED BANDIT

Industrial One-Arm Bandit AKA Industrial One Armed Bandit (1968)

Spooky glimpse of the year...

ONE OF HUMANITY'S GREATEST BENEFACTORS aka HUMANITIES

One Of Humanity's Greatest Benefactors AKA Humanities (1931)

Madame Marie Curie is presented...