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  1. Green Party conference-Sara Parkin interview (1989)

    Genre
    Interview

    Kevin Murphy interviews Sara Parkin at the Green Party conference in Wolverhampton. The event has taken on an increased significance following the party’s dramatic showing at the European elections in...

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  2. Sara Thornton conviction quashed (1995)

    Genre
    News report

    Robert Allen reports on the case of Sara Thornton who has had her conviction for murdering her violent husband Malcolm Thornton quashed at the court of appeal, retrial has been announced. The housewife from...

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  3. Tam Dalyell on Elizabeth Keays burglary (1985)

    Genre
    Interview

    Labour MP Tam Dalyell alleges that a burglary at the home of Sara Keays’s sister Elizabeth Keays in November 1983 was carried out to obtain documents owned by Cecil Parkinson MP (former lover of Sara...

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  4. Sara Keays awarded libel damages (1992)

    Genre
    News report; Interview; Press conference

    Nicky Broyd reports from the High Court in London where Sara Keays, former mistress of Conservative Party MP, Cecil Parkinson, has been awarded one hundred and five thousand pounds in damages. The jury...

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  5. Africa Acclaims the King

    Date released
    27 Feb 1947
    Series name
    British Paramount News
    Issue no
    1669
    NoS ID
    040442
    Story no
    1 / 1
    Extras
    1 commentary sheet, 1 cameraman dope sheet, 1 shot list

    First pictures arrival of Royal Family in South Africa. Graphic dispatch includes intimate scenes aboard battleship Vanguard. Princesses join in deck games and Neptune ceremonies when crossing the line....

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  6. Sara Thornton appeal on hold (1995)

    Genre
    News report; Interview; Press conference

    Brian Ging reports from the Court of Appeal in London on the case of Sara Thornton, accused of murdering her (allegedly) abusive husband, Malcolm Thornton in 02/90. Her appeal has been put on hold after the...

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  7. Miss Europe

    Date released
    26 May 1969
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    2086
    NoS ID
    027865
    Story no
    2 / 5

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Miss Europe. DESCRIPTION: Yugoslavia - tops of 21 nations - after the Miss Europe contest in Morocco. SHOTLIST: MS contestants parade for Miss Europe. MS crowds. Trucking shot...

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  8. Last Thames Barge Race

    Date released
    25 May 1953
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    1251
    NoS ID
    018568
    Story no
    7 / 9

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Last Thames Barge Race. DESCRIPTION: There was hardly any wind at Gravesend when the Thames barges took part in what may prove the last race of its kind. The race was won by 50-year-old...

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  9. Indian Bridge Imperilled

    Date released
    9 Apr 1934
    Series name
    British Paramount News
    Issue no
    325
    NoS ID
    033192
    Story no
    6 / 7

    River Ganges menaces Hardinge Bridge. Natives reinforce crumbling banks which endanger £1,900,000 structure built nineteen years ago.

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  10. Cecil Parkinson’s daughter suffering from epilepsy (1988)

    Genre
    Interview

    The illegitimate daughter of Energy Secretary Cecil Parkinson is suffering so badly from epilepsy that she may have to have a brain operation. Parkinson’s former mistress, Sara Keays, says...

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