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B146 [UNKNOWN] LIVERPOOL BOMB Unknown
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B167 [UNKNOWN] [GRACIE FIELDS COMPILATION] Unknown
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B166 RACE RELATIONS MOTHER COUNTRY Unknown
The first of three programmes in the Race Relations Series. Interview with biologist Doctor Dobbin who has been researching with colleagues in Manchester into the development of the human brain. Dobbin describes how environmental factors can modify the brain's development but dispels the notion that inherited factors such as ethnic More...
B170 [UNKNOWN] RATHBONE HOSPITAL Unknown
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B137 LOST TRANSPORT AIRPORT ROUTES / CREWE STATION Unknown
Programme begins by detailing the history of Manchester and Liverpool Airports. A presenter is seen at the site of Manchester's first purpose built airfield at Alexandra Park, built in 1911, which is now Hough End Playing Fields. There are shots of Rackhouse Housing Estate in Wythenshawe, where the first municipal More...
B138 LOST TRANSPORT WINDERMERE STEAMER Unknown
A romantic look back at the long history of steam-powered passenger boats on Lake Windermere in the Lake District. Various stills are shown: the first Windermere steamer the 'Lady of the Lake' which launched in 1845; other Victorian passenger paddle steamers; and a tea party taking place on board More...
B174 [UNKNOWN] FELL WALKER Unknown
BBC presenter Frank Mellor interviews a "munroist", an elderly man (in his late 60s) who is the oldest person to have walked up all 545 munros and munro tops (mountains over 3000 feet high in Scotland), which took him eight years. He asks him what compelled him to attempt it More...
B175 [UNKNOWN] BOTTLE SHORTAGE Unknown
The Barr Soft Drinks Factory (in Atherton near Leigh) is featured during a national glass bottle shortage, which meant the factory had to reduce their flavour range. The presenter interviews a manager there about the reasons for the shortage which he gives as the shift from returnable bottles to the More...
B178 [UNKNOWN] FOOTBALL: LIVERPOOL V MIDDLESBOROUGH Unknown
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B183 [UNKNOWN] FORESTRY: LAKE DISTRICT Unknown
Reporter Frank Mellor visits Grizedale Forest in the Lake District to examine the new approach to forestry management being piloted there. The work of the Forestry Commission (FC), Britain's biggest land owner, is examined in detail. There are interviews with George Stewart, Manager of the FC's Forests and Estates on More...
B197 [UNKNOWN] [STEVE HEIGHWAY] Unknown
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B152 [UNKNOWN] ROPE FACTORIES Unknown
B152/1: Programme presented by BBC presenter Frank Mellor focusing on rope maker Nat Bell from Kendal. Ex-farmer Bell is shown with his rope-making contraption making ropes up to 30 feet in length, including winding and putting toggles on ropes. Mellor interviews Bell about the process of rope-making More...
B155 [UNKNOWN] LIVERPOOL: AERIAL SHOTS / GOOD GROUND VIEWS Unknown
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B156 [UNKNOWN] BLACKPOOL: VIEWS INCLUDING TOWER, BEACHES, BINGO, FUNFAIR, ILLUMINATIONS Unknown
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B157 [UNKNOWN] HUMPHREY LLOYD SHIRT MANUFACTURERS Unknown
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B165 [UNKNOWN] LIVERPOOL DOCKS AND MERSEY: MERSEY TUNNEL Unknown
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B192 [UNKNOWN] CARS: FOREIGN KING LOOKING AT AN ELECTRIC CAR Unknown
Prince Feisal of Saudi Arabia is shown at a display of three-wheeled electric cars/trucks called 'ANT',built by BTB Limited of Blackburn. He is interviewed about what he thinks of the trucks. 01m33s More...
B199 [UNKNOWN] DEE ESTUARY Unknown
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B200 [UNKNOWN] RAILWAYS: LAKE DISTRICT AND CREWE Unknown
Two men are interviewed at the Lakeside railway station near Lake Windermere in the Lake District about their opposition to plans by the Planning Board to turn the station into a public footpath and car park. There are shots of the Lakeside railway station interior and exterior and boats moored More...
B211 [UNKNOWN] FOOTBALL: BOLTON AND BURY FOOTBALL CLUBS Unknown
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