A fascinating 12 minute film, without sound, of Mrs Mary Cannon of Crouch Hill doing the shopping and picking up her ration books in post-war Crouch End.
Newsreel footage of the preparations for the first television broadcast from Alexandra Palace in 1938.
A British Pathe report about the difficulties faced by Haringey Council developing Wood Green in the 1970s.
A British Pathe newsreel from 1929. “This picture explains why Adam frequents the pools so eagerly – because of the water witches there. “
A Hornsey Historical Society DVD
The story of Horney’s connection with the New River covering 400 years of local history.
A DVD by David Evans recording changes in Crouch End over the years using old views and video camera footage including interior views of Hornsey Town Hall and views from the Clock Tower.
The story of a London village over 800 years
This DVD, originally a video, tells the fascinating story of Highgate’s development using rare images and archive documents brought together for the first time.
This documentary by local film-maker David Evans tells the story of the former famous Wood Geen institution, Barratt’s & Co., Confectioners.
The Story of Alexandra Palace and Park
This unique 85-minute DVD was originally made as a video by local company KLA, carefully using all major archive sources, with special help from HHS.