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  1. Salt Mining In Italian Somalia

    Date other
    10 Apr 1932
    Series name
    Gaumont Graphic
    NoS ID
    385172
    Extras
    1 film clip

    NfO synopsis: Italian Somalia. Salt-Mining in Salt Lake the ‘Italiano Great Saline’

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  2. From Mining the Web to Inventing the New Sciences Underlying the Internet (2007)

    Subject
    Information technology

    Video recording of a lecture given by Usama Fayyad, Yahoo!'s executive vice president of Research & Strategic Data Solutions, at the 13th International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining in...

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  3. Everyday Death in Shakespeare’s England (2016 Video)

    Series
    The Bodleian Libraries (Bodcasts)

    Video podcast. This podcast by Steven Gunn talks about accidental deaths and the hazards of everyday life in Shakespeare’s day. Coroners’ inquest reports into accidental deaths tell us about the hazards...

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  4. Richard Crockett on North Sea mining (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Richard Crockett, Institute of Geological Science, on the possibility of mining for coal under the North Sea. He speaks of the technical difficulty of mining under the sea, the costing,...

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  5. Aberfan: an unknown Spring (1986)

    aka: Aberfan: an unknown Spring

    A documentary about the devastating disaster in Aberfan, Wales. A portrait in sound of villages clinging to the hills and the mass grave that marks the site of Aberfan, where 134 young children lost their...

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  6. Mining accidents and industry future (1979)

    Genre
    Interview

    Sir Derek Ezra, Coal Board Chairman, on the recent mining accidents, claiming the health and safety of UK mines is of the best in the world and the future for the industry is bright despite likely high wage...

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  7. Compressed air in mining (1977)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    Report on a breakthrough in coal mining using compressed air; Tom Peters, North Derbyshire Chief Engineer explains the system. Reporter not identified.

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  8. Mining tragedy (1979)

    Genre
    Interview

    Sir Derk Ezra, Chairman of the National Coal Board, talks about the recent mining accident [at Golborne Colliery, Lancashire] in which a build-up of methane gas was exposed to a spark, causing an explosion....

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  9. Mining tragedy (1979)

    Genre
    Interview

    Energy Secretary Tony Benn on where he was and his actions following the news of the [Golborne Colliery, Lancashire] pit explosion, and the repercussions of the unfortunate events.

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  10. Orkney protesters fight uranium mining (1979)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Edwin Eunson, leader of a delegation protesting against uranium mining on the Orkney Islands. Eunson discusses the reasons for the protests. Male interviewer not identified.

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