Sit back and relax with North West Film Archive and a full day of film screenings at Manchester History Festival's Celebration Day.
10:30 Here is the News 1968
A Centenary film showing from start to finish how the Manchester Evening News is produced.
11:00 Lord Rutherford
The film is about Lord Rutherford was the Langworthy Professor of Physics at the University of Manchester (UoM) from 1907 - 1919, and the work he carried out with his research team at UoM in 1910 - 1911 on the structure of the atom. Rutherford, who studied radioactivity, carried out the famous 'alpha-particle scattering experiment' which lead to developments in radiotherapy in treating cancer patients, the atom bomb and nuclear power. Film supplied by the Museum of Science & Industry.
11.20 BBC TV and Stringfellow's Club
Two items from BBC North West's collection: the first from 1977 on BBC TV in the north, and the second on Stringfellow's club in 1983.
11:40 City Life 1975
A portrait of Manchester City Centre.
1.15pm Moving Memories: Tales from Moss Side and Hulme and
The Gardens That John Built 2009
2.15pm Moving Memories: Manchester's Little Italy 2009
3.05pm A Practical Faith 1980
The pastoral work of Reverend Mike Taylor, a United Reform Church minister in Hulme
3.25pm Wait While: Lady Mary Stocks 1971
A BBC NW interview with the feminisit writer and broadcaster on subjects including commercialisation of braodcasting, the role of women, and birth control.
3.40pm A Pretty Fair Week 1974
Anti-vandalism campaign for GM buses: a lesson in self-respect for the youth of today.