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  1. To Probe Heat Barrier

    Date released
    22 Aug 1955
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    1368
    NoS ID
    020298
    Story no
    4 / 8

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Bell X-2. DESCRIPTION: In California, a piloted rocket powered Bell X-2, attached to a B50 mother plane, goes up for it’s initial test flight. The rocket is designed to probe the heat...

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  2. News in Brief: Channel Swimmer Feted

    Date released
    29 Aug 1955
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    1369
    NoS ID
    020316
    Story no
    4 / 7

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Marilyn Bell. DESCRIPTION: It was in July that Marilyn Bell, of Toronto, swam the Channel from France to England, in 14 hours 36 minutes. She’s just had a tumultuous welcome, in her...

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  3. GORDON BELL

    Date other
    21 Aug 1918
    Series name
    Gaumont Graphic
    NoS ID
    388839
    Extras
    1 film clip

    ITN Source synopsis: British aviator Gordon Bell posing for camera next to plane.

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  4. David Bell on London Ambulance Service delays (1992)

    Genre
    Interview

    David Bell, a director of the Financial Times, talks to unidentified male interviewer (poss. Mike Carlton) about his experience with the London Ambulance Service after his father died from choking. The...

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  5. John Bell on Shakespeare (2012 Radio)

    Series
    Late Night Live

    Radio programme. Phillip Adams talks to John Bell, founder and artistic director of the Bell Shakespeare Company, about Shakespeare’s relevance today and Bell’s book ‘On Shakespeare’ (2011) which...

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  6. Movietone’s News - Reported by Lionel Gamlin: No Quarter in Sydney Prize-Fight

    Date released
    13 Mar 1947
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    927A
    NoS ID
    014350
    Story no
    4 / 4

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: No Quarter in Sydney Prize Fight. DESCRIPTION: Tommy Burns of Australia defeats America’s O’Neill Bell to become World Welterweight Champion. SHOTLIST: KS Tommy Burns and O’Neill...

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  7. Whitechapel Bell Foundry possible closure (1983)

    Genre
    News report; Interview; Special

    Report from St Clement Danes church in the Strand and from the company workshop on the possible closure of the Whitechapel Bell Foundry in East London. Includes interview with William Hughes, master founder;...

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  8. 1988 Olympic Games - Gavin Bell interview (1988)

    Genre
    Interview

    Scotsman, Gavin Bell - who has been living in South Korea for the past year - speaks to Michael O’Neill about carrying the Olympic torch and about the effect of the Games on Korea, including the positive...

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  9. Penny Bell murder inquest (1991)

    Genre
    Interview; News report; Press conference

    An inquest into the murder of Penny Bell opens today. Her body was found in her car in Greenford, London. Report by Mark Phillips includes comment from one of the last people to see her alive - builder Don...

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  10. The Williamsburg Award

    Date released
    12 Dec 1955
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    1384
    NoS ID
    020575
    Story no
    4 / 4

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Williamsburg Award to Sir Winston. DESCRIPTION: In the Draper’s Hall, London, the first Williamsburg Award was made - Williamsburg, the 18th century capital of the colony of Virginia....

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