|Rathlin. The Island|
Travelogue on Rathlin Island produced in 1957.
Amateur film from the 1950s shot by Wilfred Capper showing life and activities on Rathlin Island off the Antrim coast.
David Capper looking at the future of Rathlin Island fishing industry.
|Restored Manor House on Rathlin Island |
TV news item featuring the Manor House on Rathlin Island which has been bought, restored and opened to the public by the National Trust.
|Super 8 Stories: Diving off Rathlin Island|
John Cole demonstrates his equipment for filming underwater with an 8mm camera and shows footage of his diving club exploring the wreck of HMS Drake off the coast of Rathlin Island with added reminiscences from fellow diver, Mike Clarke. This clip appeared in Series 1, Programme 3 of Super 8 Stories.
|Super 8 Stories Extra Footage: Diving on the Wreck of HMS Drake|
Underwater footage of a diving club exploring the wreck of HMS Drake off the coast of Rathlin Island. Sections of this footage were included in the Super 8 Story, 'Diving Off Rathlin Island'.
|Super 8 Stories: The McBride Family|
Columb McBride and his two sisters, Mary Browne and Angela Blair, remember their father Charlie's passion for 8mm home movies. Living in Belfast most of the year, the family would pack up and head for Ballycastle each summer and remain there until it was time for the children to return to school. From the 1950s onwards Charlie kept filming throughout his life and in the 1970s he took his camera with him as he embarked on a trip of a lifetime to San Francisco. This clip appeared in Series 3, Programme 3 of 'Super 8 Stories'.