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Bishops Castle 1962 (Exempt)

Jim Lloyd reports from Bishop's Castle in Shropshire which is the smallest borough in England. The town's independent status is not to last much longer because it is shortly to merge with nearby Clun.

Catch (U)

A father and daughter are quarantined at home in a post-antibiotic world.

Cold Chips (U)

35-year-old daydreamer Sophie, who after many years of failed ambitions, has become frustrated with barely scraping by. This frustration leads Sophie to an unhealthy obsession with scratch cards, in the hope it will be her way out. After a small win gives her a taste of the life she has always sought, the obsession soon becomes dangerous, leaving Sophie with a difficult moral choice.

Ledbury - Magician Eric William (Exempt)

Bev Smith reports from Ledbury in Herefordshire, on the semi-professional career of Eric Williams, Vice-President of British Magical Society. With thanks to the Media Archive for Central England.

Leominster Town Hall Controversy (Exempt)

ATV Today 22 02 1974 Leominster Town Hall Controversy With thanks to the Media Archive for Central England.

Meet John Doe (U)

When a “John Doe” letter concocted by a reporter (Barbara Stanwyck) hits a nerve with the public, her oily newspaper editor (Edward Arnold) decides to hire an out-of-work baseball player (Gary Cooper) to impersonate Doe, with the intention of building a mass political movement.

Sherlock Jr. (U)

A film projectionist longs to be a detective, and puts his meagre skills to work when he is framed by a rival for stealing his girlfriend's father's pocketwatch.

Shrewsbury Carnival Archive Film (Exempt)

Shrewsbury Carnival - CIRCA 1958

Sita Sings the Blues (U)

"Sita Sings the Blues" is based on the Hindu epic "The Ramayana". Sita is a goddess separated from her beloved Lord and husband Rama. Nina Paley is an animator whose husband moves to India, then dumps her by email. Three hilarious shadow puppets narrate both ancient tragedy and modern comedy in this beautifully animated interpretation of the Ramayana. Set to the 1920's jazz vocals of torch singer Annette Hanshaw, Sita Sings the Blues earns its tagline as "the Greatest Break-Up Story Ever Told." It is written, directed, produced and animated by American artist Nina Paley.

Three Counties Show (Exempt)



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