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Harland & Wolff shipyard, M1, Queen Elizabeth Bridge, Various
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A programme in which retired reporter Norman Stockton looks into the film archives at UTV.
Titles and introduction by Norman Stockton. 01:07 Maud Gamble - the Belfast bomb site singer. 01:26 Old woman singing. 02:03 Teresa Clifford - singing outside. Music over. 02:24 Farm hand seeding field, 02:28 threshing flax, 02:33 hand milking cow, 02:37 churning butter, 02:39 shoeing a horse, 02:42 cutting peat / turf. 03:08 Extract from 'With a Fiddle And A Flute' featuring the Thompson Twins - the boy Derek Thompson later played Charlie in Casualty. 04:49 George Best in a Cookstown sausage ad. 05:09 Men biking and walking to work at shipyards. General views of shipyard, welding. Launching of Canberra. 06:23 The Royal Showband. Music over - traffic wardens, amvicar, shoping at sales, jitterbug dancing. 08:22 Tom McDevitt alias Barney McCool comedian from Tyrone. 08:55 New factories. Increase in car ownership. New bridge Queen Elizabeth being tarmacked. 09:15 Belfast - Lisburn motorway, the M1. Vox pops with drivers about new motorway. 09:58 Teatime with Tommy. 10:21 Various UTV presenters shown.
A Martin : Stockton Production for UTV.