Other specialist interest news film
News film of particular interest to specialists. Includes rushes and material that was not broadcast; clip reels (tapes of themed news footage, for quick reference for news teams and others); programs as broadcast (providing context, showing stories develop, including 9/11 and 7/7); Roving Reporter; Reporting ’66, and Reporting ’67.
ITN CLIP REEL: ECONOMY RETAIL
Clip reel of footage used to illustrate stories on aspects of the economy relating to retail.
ITN Collections: THE ANGOLA COLLECTION G-ITN201
Stories from the ITN & Reuters Archives about Angola. Includes material selected direct from Reuters South Africa Bureau.
ITN Non-Released: EDINBURGH
GV’S city (shot in connection with 1989 film and tv festivals).
ITN Rushes: SUDAN: DARFUR REFUGEES: RUSHES COMPILATION
Rushes for Channel 4 reports on crisis in the Darfur region of Sudan.
Reporting 66-67: Space Station: Putting a Space Station In Orbit
Report on American and Russian space stations relies on American film and artists’ impressions to suggest how astronauts will be able to live in outer space for prolonged periods, probably before 1970. USA already has a manned orbiting laboratory ready to be launched by a USAF Titan III rocket but experiments investigating the problems of living in space (eg weightlessness) are still continuing. Astronauts will commute from Earth in Apollo spaceships to the stations where they may remain a whole year, surveying the Earth and stars. Report proffers no answer to the question “which country will get a space station up first?” and simply notes the difference in design between the American and Russian projects.
Roving Report: George Ffitch reports from Malta
George Ffitch reports from Malta, where the British Admiralty’s decision to sack 140 dockyard workers has led to the Maltese government and opposition threatening to cut all ties with Britain, unless alternative employment is found for the sacked men.