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A Village Network
A broadcast by BBC Radio from 1985. Journalist Margaret Horsfield visits the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe, East Sussex.
Images of Africa
This colour documentary programme is presented by Michael Buerk from outside the Moorfields Eye Hospital in London. The film explores the work by the International Centre for Eye Health at Tanga Hospital, Tanzania and treating a blind community from the Pokot people. Several specialists explain their work and the history of the mobile eye care units. The film has opening titles and an end Sightsavers slate. Contains scenes of surgery.
Sightsavers in Africa
This colour documentary film presented by Mark Curry from the BBC's Blue Peter programme, follows the work of the BBC Blue Peter appeal in 1986 that raised over two million pounds for the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind (Sightsavers) in Africa. The film includes excerpts from the BBC programme leading into a film showing the extent of poor eye health of children in Kenya and the work being done to restore sight with money from the appeal.
Give As You Earn
A promotional film about 'Give As You Earn' - a government scheme allowing charity giving through payroll. The film has an emphasis on the work of the Pestalozzi Children's village at Sedlescombe, Sussex and includes interviews with employers and employees who use the scheme, as well as the warden at Pestalozzi about how the charity helps the developing world.
A Current Affair
An excerpt from an Australian current affairs programme, 'A Current Affair' originally broadcast in the late 1980s. As part of a London feature, the film highlights the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe and includes interviews with the children and staff about the work of Pestalozzi.
A View to the Future in Bangladesh
This colour documentary showcases the charitable work by the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind in various regions of Bangladesh. The programme includes an introduction by Abu Siddique, Programme Director of the RCSB in Bangladesh. The film has a voiceover with opening and closing titles. Some scenes of treatment and surgery are shown.
This educational film is aimed at children and young people to warn them of the dangers of electricity. The film features a number of scenarios where children are electrocuted; a group of teenage boys are seen throughout the film; they ignore all the warnings resulting in two of the boys being killed when they trespass onto the site of an electricity substation to retrieve a football.
|Date||25 September 1988||ID||8234|
A broadcast recording with Harry Secombe presenting an edition of ITV's 'Highway' from the Pestalozzi village in Sedlescombe. He speaks to members of staff and children about life at Pestalozzi, introduces guest musicians and performs two songs in the grounds of the village.
This short film features Thai children from the Pestalozzi Children's Village at Sedlescombe performing a dance as part of an ITV network fundraising programme. The children perform a 'rice dance' after handing a cheque to the presenter.
A short excerpt from the BBC's Weekend programme. The presenter holds up a poster advertising an open day at the Pestalozzi Children's Village at Sedlescombe and reads the content of the poster.
The Romany Museum at Selborne
The craftsmanship and artistry of the travelling Roma culture is highlighted in this film. The film records The Romany Museum's collection of 19th and 20th century vehicles and ephemera, illustrating dying artforms and way of life.
This documentary uses interviews to give voice to the immigrant Bangladeshi women who are living in Brighton, women who feel isolated in their adopted homeland.
[Storm Damage: Coast to Coast]
The first part of an edition of Television South's (TVS) Coast to Coast regional news programme. The edition features a news item about storm damage to the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe reported by Paul Beard.
Kinderdorf Pestalozzi Trogen
A film composed of two sections. The first is a series of stills arranged into a narrative which tells the story of the Pestalozzi village at Trogen in Switzerland. The second, includes modern-day scenes from the village and is intersected with facts about village life.
|Date||1991 - 1992||ID||5225|
A protest film urging for the need to "change direction" with regards to nuclear weapons manufacture and nuclear power. The film, made for the International Peace Bureau by BECTU Peace & Environment Committee in the early 1990s, includes television and news footage of nuclear disasters, weapons manufacture, and mining for uranium.
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