|300,000 at Demonstration (Omagh)|
This meeting almost certainly took place in the summer of 1912 in the great campaign which climaxed with Ulster Day. Carson would have been filmed had he been there and the lack of UVF contingents indicated a pre-January 1913 event. Banners of Unionist Clubs show that this was an all-Tyrone demonstration - South Tyrone, Augher, Clogher, Ballygawley, Castlederg, Killeter and Bready.
|Super 8 Stories Extra Footage: 1957 Strabane Carnival|
Footage from 1957 of the annual carnival held in Strabane during the 1950s with scenes of sports and old style amusement rides. Sections of this footage were included in the Super 8 Story, 'Strabane Carnival'.
|Parade in Omagh|
Amateur film showing the visit of a Judge to Omagh.
Amateur film showing fishermen in Omagh during the 1940s.
|Flooding in Omagh|
Amateur film recording the extensive flooding of Omagh in 1951.
|Fintona. A Study of Housing Discrimination |
Irish Government-sponsored film alleging anti-Catholic housing discrimination in Fintona, Co.Tyrone. The first 3 minutes of this film is voiceover with no moving images.
|Student rally in Omagh|
Student rally in Omagh in support of IRA prisoners.
|Pearl Fishing on Strule River|
Amateur film showing pearl fishing on the Strule River in the 1950s.
|James Boyce. Our Roving Reporter |
James Boyce was a well known figure on television in the 1960s, specialising in quirky items. This programme features nine items - Fairy tree at Annacloy, a dog cemetery, Downpatrick jail, a straw wedding in Fermanagh, the Belleek Hotel, the railway station at Fivemiletown, Castlewellan Castle, Botanic loo and cycling with Sally.
|Last Coal Mine in Northern Ireland|
There were only ever two coal mines in Northern Ireland - Ballycastle and Coalisland. Ballycastle shut down in the late 1960s, David Capper reports on the closing of the Coalisland pit in 1970.
|Teebane bomb |
Television news item reporting on the deaths of seven workmen in the Teebane bombing, near Cookstown. The death toll rose to eight.
|Keep the Party Going|
Story telling at wakes in Moy, Co. Tyrone.
|Super 8 Stories: Strabane Carnival|
The annual carnival held in Strabane during the 1950s is remembered by Michael Kennedy (son of the film-maker) and Brenda Mellon with footage of sports and old style amusement rides. This clip appeared in Series 2, Programme 1 of Super 8 Stories.
|Super 8 Stories: The Big Flood in Omagh|
Marie O'Neill recounts her efforts to film the Big Flood in Omagh in 1967 with contributions from Dr Haldene Mitchell and footage of bursting rivers and flooded streets from around the town. This clip appeared in Series 2, Programme 2 of Super 8 Stories.
|Super 8 Stories Extra Footage: Bridge Opening and Floods in Omagh|
Footage of the official opening of a new bridge in Omagh on 10th of December 1966 and of major flooding to the town in 1967 and 1969. This is the original unedited footage which was used in the making of the Super 8 Story, 'The Big Flood in Omagh'.