Gandhi In Lancashire Sees For Himself
ISSUE_NO = 121 NO_OF_ITEMS = 6 ITEM_NO = 1 DESCRIPTION : Indian delegate, attended by Miss Slade, pays visit to cotton mill and talks to workers at Darwen. CARD_FILE = 1431 CARD_TITLE : Gandhi In Lancashire SHOT_LIST : Close shot of Gandhi entering car attended by Miss Slade surrounded by crowd. Car drives off. Elevated shot of Mr. Gandhi being introduced to various people. Elevated close shot of same talking to workers. Close shot of some of men and women cheering same as he finishes small speech. SOUND : Gandhi's voice KEYWORDS : Personalities - Politicians; Industry, Trades and Crafts; Personalities - Miscellaneous; Mahatma Gandhi; India; Great Britain MATERIAL : Lav 135 B&W 139 TWTD tape 79 LENGTH_SHOT = 160 DATE_SUBD = 00/00/0000
Hush Hush Publicity On Gandhi's Journey
ISSUE_NO = 119 NO_OF_ITEMS = 4 ITEM_NO = 1 DESCRIPTION : Little man from India in shawl and loin-cloth lands quietly in Marseille and proceeds to London. CARD_FILE = 1410 CARD_TITLE : Hush Hush Publicity Of Gandhi's Victory SHOT_LIST : Gandhi and company leaning over rail of liner. Talking to small group of people. Walk down gangway. In train, talking and laughing at doorway. Ship steams towards harbour. Gandhi walking along dockside and enters car. He is not alone in these scenes. CU sitting on floor talking. This appears to have been taken from "Interview" story CARD 1232. SOUND : Cheers KEYWORDS : India; Personalities - Politicians; Mahatma Gandhi; Ships and Boats; Railways; France; Great Britain MATERIAL : Lav 139 UPL Dupe section 80ft filed under 47094 in can 02161 TWTD - tape 77A LENGTH_SHOT = 241 DATE_SUBD = 00/00/0000
Political Wheels Begin Moving Again
ISSUE_NO = 126A NO_OF_ITEMS = 6 ITEM_NO = 1 DESCRIPTION : Premier lunches with King; Mr. Gandhi in Downing Street; new members at House for swearing-in. CARD_FILE = 1486 CARD_TITLE : Political Wheels Begin Moving Again SHOT_LIST : Gandhi leaving No.10. Crowds in Downing Street. Car drives off. Mr. MacDonald leaving No.10 for Buckingham Palace. Car entered. Car leaves gates of the Palace and arrives at Parliament. He enters the gates of same. Pan down from Big Ben to the Gates of the House. Taxi arriving at gates and Mr. Baldwin alighting. Sir Herbert Samuel arrives. Other members walk past the police into the forecourt. Other members arrive including Mr. Jack Jones, member for Silvertown. N.B. Arrival at the House for the election of Captain Fitzroy for speaker mentioned in the commentary. Nothing is seen of this personality. SOUND : Commentator KEYWORDS : Government and Politics; Personalities - Politicians; Buildings, Landmarks and Monuments; James Ramsay MacDonald; Vehicles; Mahatma Gandhi; India; Rt. Hon. Stanley Baldwin; London; Lord Herbert Louis Samuel; George V of Great Britain; Royalty; Transport; Captain Edward Algernon FitzRoy; Great Britain MATERIAL : B&W 353 New Dupe Neg 09436 New Print 09439 Dupe 06902 TWTD tape 84A LENGTH_SHOT = 156 DATE_SUBD = 00/00/0000
ISSUE_NO = 1253A NO_OF_ITEMS = 4 ITEM_NO = 4 DESCRIPTION : Now, another great London crowd - this time at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, where the Queen and the Royal Family attended the performance of Benjamin Britten's "Gloriana". The audience was large and distinguished and included many Coronation visitors from overseas. CARD_FILE = 59225 CARD_TITLE : ROYAL OPERA GALA VISIT SHOT_LIST : Cut story - KS. MS Covent Garden Opera House. Crowds. Covent Open House. Poster reads "Gloriana". Arrivals - Mr. Menzies, Mr. Nehru, Queen Salote of Tonga. Interior - in foyer, arrivals, Lord Alexander, Sir David Eccles, Mr. St. Laurent, Countess of Harewood, then Earl of Harewood, Duke & Duchess of Gloucester, then Duchess of Kent, more arrivals of Crown Prince & Princess of Norway. Queen Mother & Princess Margaret enter accompanied by Lord Waverley. Queen arrives & Duke wearing court dress. MS royal family in foyer. Grenadier Guards on stairs. Queen & Duke climb KEYWORDS : Great Britain; Entertainment and Leisure; Music and Dance; Buildings, Landmarks and Monuments; Personalities - Politicians; Sir Robert Gordon Menzies; Australia; Jawaharlal Pandit Nehru; India; Queen Salote Pilolevu Tupou III of Tonga; Indira Gandhi; Personalities - Relatives; Harold Rupert Leofric George Alexander, Earl Alexander of Tunis; Louis Stephen St. Laurent; Canada; Princess Mary, Countess of Harewood, Princess Royal; George Henry Hubert Lascelles, 7th Earl of Harewood; Prince Henry of Great Britain, 1st Duke of Gloucester; Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester (Lady Alice Montagu-Douglas-Scott); Crown Princess Marina of Greece, Duchess of Kent; King Olav V of Norway; Princess Martha of Norway; Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother; Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon; Sir John Anderson, Lord Waverley; Military - Ceremonial MATERIAL : Br. News C/Neg 01258 Cuts 01420 - Royalty FEET_SHOT = 1386 DATE_SUBD = 06/09/1953
India Quake - Destruction in Kashmir area where quake kills several hundred
NAME: IND QUAKE 091005N TAPE: EF05/0901 IN_TIME: 10:43:22:05 DURATION: 00:03:53:09 SOURCES: APTN DATELINE: Uri/ Srinagar, 9 Oct 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST Jabla Village, Uri 1. Various of army soldiers looking for survivors in the rubble 2. Wide of kitchen of a damaged house 3. Soldiers removing rubble 4. Various of grieving mother crying 5. Head of family sitting amidst ruins of his house 6. Another family sitting in the open 7. Women 8. Close up of small child 9. SOUNDBITE (Urdu) Sharifuddin, resident of Jabla Village: "Two of my children were trapped in the rubble. The house collapsed and one child died there and then I pulled out the other somehow." 10. Injured child being carried on shoulder by a relative 11. Close up of a boy's blood-stained face 12. Injured child being loaded onto ambulance 13. Ambulance moving away 14. SOUNDBITE (Urdu) G M Bhat, Director Fire Services: "As far as casualties are concerned, it is only an estimate because the toll keeps on changing. Uri is the worst hit with Tangdar being a close second." 15. Family cooking in open 16. Close up of pot with rice cooking in it 17. Woman stirring rice 18. Close up of old woman's face 19. Wide of women cooking in front of their damaged house 20. Various of men praying before freshly dug graves 21. SOUNDBITE (Urdu) Mohammed Latif Mir, Headman of Jabla Village: "When the earthquake struck, it was like bombs exploding. Houses were destroyed. We were very anxious, we did not know what happened to others. After three hours, we discovered 16 bodies. We could not give them a decent burial and buried them in the graveyard in a brief ceremony." 22. Relief workers carrying food supplies uphill 23. Close up of bread and fruits in baskets Srinagar 24. Various of relief material at the airport waiting to be airlifted 25. Aid parcels 26. Relief supplies being loaded into waiting chopper 27. Chopper taking off 28. United Progressive Alliance leader Sonia Gandhi and Defence Minister Pranab Mukherjee arriving at the military hospital 29. Various of Sonia Gandhi entering ward 30. Injured boy on bed 31. Sonia Gandhi talking to a patient 32. SOUNDBITE (English) Sonia Gandhi, Leader of United Progressive Alliance: "The immediate help....... we were told that at least about 40,000 blankets would be needed. Rations, they have no problems because they had stocked up already for the winter, but blankets and tents are necessary." 33. Various of injured in hospital 34. Leg of an injured man in traction STORYLINE The death toll from Saturday's 7.6 magnitude earthquake rose to 600 in India after rescue workers and soldiers pulled out 90 more bodies in the frontier Tangdar region, 105 kilometres (65 miles) north of Srinagar. Srinagar is the summer capital of India's Jammu-Kashmir state. Collapsed homes and shops lined the streets of towns and villages nestled in Tangdar's deep valleys as well as the border town of Uri, Punch and Srinagar. Indian army rescue teams are continuing their search for survivors. In Jabla, a village about 110 kilometres (70 miles) north of Srinagar, a distraught woman watched the rescue team as they looked for her child buried under the rubble. Help has still not reached many villages in the remote areas. Mud, debris and knee-high mud from landslides blocked roads, cutting off many remote villages. Most people in the village spent the night in the open, offering prayers before freshly dig graves of their loved ones. Among the dead were 54 soldiers from the army and paramilitary forces who perished in landslides along the Line of Control that separates the Indian and Pakistani portions of Kashmir, according to an army spokesman. Some 900 people were injured and some 5,700 houses damaged, said Jammu-Kashmir state's Chief Secretary Vijay Bakaya. Volunteers were travelling by road and on foot to remote areas in the mountains to provide emergency medical care. Sonia Gandhi, the head of India's ruling alliance, visited Uri on Sunday and met the injured in hospitals in Srinagar. Gandhi told reporters that the immediate aim was to provide food and shelter, specially tents and blankets. The Indian army has flown in planeloads of medicines, food and drinking water to the worst-hit Baramulla district, officials said. More than 1,000 tents were being distributed in remote villages flattened by the quake. However, many people complained that they had received no help from government agencies and the military. The Indian army is also airlifting the injured to Srinagar. KEYWORD - INDIA EARTHQUAKE OCT 2005
ISSUE_NO = 1021A NO_OF_ITEMS = 1 ITEM_NO = 1 CARD_FILE = 51185 CARD_TITLE : REVIEW OF THE YEAR SHOT_LIST : KS CU Book Title "British History". hand opens book, disclosing credit titles. SCU Princess Elizabeth seated, holding Prince Charles, Duke of Edinburgh stands behind them. CU Princess pan to baby on her lap. Crowds line streets. Elevated GV Royal Coach leaves Buckingham Palace with King & Queen on Silver Wedding. Panning round QVM. Interior CU King & Queen - posed shot. Interior - CU King in Nal uniform. FADE Truman before Presidential Election, stands rostrum & addresses huge crowd, saying "Senator Berkeley & I will win this election & make the Republicans like it". Crowds outside White House. Truman wlaks thru crowds acknowledging them. Crowds waving. GV Capitol. FADE GV Test Cricket Ground. Denis Compton batting. Ray Lindwall bowling. Don Bradman clean bowled, Bradman walks pff pitch. Bradman at a luncheon speaks about his creaks & groans that go on in his body out in the field. GV Wembley Stadium with nationalties assembled, pigeons released. GV men's Open 100 metres, Dillard (negro) wins, Ewell thought he had won. Pan of 400 metres Relay, changing the batons. Gv Result Board. MS 80 metres, Fanny Blankers-Koen wins from Maureen Gardner (hurdles). Winner & second on rostrum after race. GV Wembley Arena with all nationalities assembled. FADE UNO Insignia. Sixteen Nations meet in Paris. Truman signs Marshall Aid Pact in America. US Troops patrol in Berlin. Sector sign in Berlin. American & Russian troops talk (silent). Gv Idle railways, deserted.British sector signpost. Idle canals. Dakota flying along air corridor. Map of Berlin, shows supply lines. Sides of bacon, flour etc being loaded onto plane. 5 Nations Pact meets, Trygve Lie as President. CU Pact. MS Monty after alighting from plane. UNO meets in paris, Vyshinsky exercised 28th veto. In Rome, crowds walk thru with clenched fist, banner of Togiatti. SCU Togliatti on rostrum addresses crowds. In Prague, riots are in progress, police, foot & mounted fight with civilians. Still of President Gottwald. SCU Dr Benes. CU Tito. GV palestine fighting & Jewish troops on lookout. King Abdullah inspects ambulance. ambulance convoy passes along roads. Gandhi walks to prayers. GV & MS of Gandhi's burning ghat. MS Jinnah walks amid his people. SCU Jinnah. LS Kashmir hills. GV Patrols in the hills. GV Hyderabad, bridge in fore. Indian Army enter city, tanks, armoured cars, pass along road. GV's Burmese Pagodas. SCU Burmese flag flying. MS of Burmese types in streets of Burma. At No. 10 Downing Street, Mr Attlee hands over independence, to Burmese delegates. GV Ceylon beach with swaying plam trees. GV of Ceylonese delegates at meeting. MS Mr Senanayake at Dominion Conference, attlee at him. Pan of delegates includes Liquat Ali Khan & pandit Nehru. Gv Commonwealth Conference. Exterior shot of Eire Parliament Building. MS Costello with other officials outside. CU Smuts in uniform. African delegates in London. In East Africa, Strachey inspects ground nuts scheme. SCU Ration book being opened in girls hands. Car drives into garage & petrol being issued. MS Belcher posing for cameras. Panning shot of train at speed, with British Railways on side (nationalisation) of same. CU ACM Bennett at his home. SCu Bennett with his wife. CU Sir Charles Reid. Gv Houses of Parliament river in fore. GV Steel furnaces being lined, similar to feeding with fuel. Molten metal runs from ladle. Red hot steel running along conveyors. CU "British History Book" to finish. KEYWORDS : Palmiro Togliatti INDEX : British Royalty, Buildings, Ceremonies & Celebrations, Civil Strife, Clement Attlee, Commerce and Industry, Field Marshal Jan Smuts (PM of South Africa), Field Marshal Montgomery of El Alamein, Ernest Bevin, Food and Drink, Government, Flags, King George VI, Mankind, Mohammed Ali Jinnah, Organisations, Personalities, President Harry Truman, Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, Sport and Games, Towns and Cities, United Nations, Charles, Prince Of Wales, Library Material, Railways MATERIAL : COMPLETE DUPE - CAN 06305 CUT SOUND LAV - CAN 9758 CUT DUPE NEG - CAN 0855 TRACK - CAN 9992 SCENES FOR OPS - CAN 9812 SLASH - CAN 9892 POS CUTS - CAN 9768 NEG CUTS - CAN 9770 NEG & DUPE CUTS - CAN 9770 NEG & DUPE CUTS - CAN 9812 TOZERS NEG CUTS - CAN 9861 WYANDS NEG CUTS - CAN 0162 LENGTH_SHOT = 420 DATE_SUBD = 12/10/1948
India Hotels 6 - WRAP Hostages released from Oberoi, Taj gunfire, Singh ADDS shots
NAME: IND HOTELS 6 20081128I TAPE: EF08/1197 IN_TIME: 10:14:29:02 DURATION: 00:06:06:22 SOURCES: TV Today /Various DATELINE: Mumbai, 27,28 Nov 2008 RESTRICTIONS: See Script STORYLINE TV Today - No Access India 28 November 1. Hostages and trapped guests walking out of Oberoi hotel; woman in black net veil hugging a waiting relative 2. Rear shot of people walking out of Oberoi Hotel 3. American man being followed by media 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, American hostage or trapped guest from Oberoi Hotel, No name given: "It was fine. They were... the hotel was very nice." 5. Various of Japanese man being asked questions by media but he doesn't want to answer 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, British trapped guest from Oberoi Hotel, no name given: "I saw nothing. I was in my room. (Inaudible) I heard everything from... All I did was hear things from my room, so..." Star TV - No Access India, ++STAR TV LOGO MUST NOT BE OBSCURED++ 28 November 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Lieutenant General N. Thamburaj, Indian Army: "I would like to conclude by saying that it's just a matter of a few hours that we'll be able to wrap up things." 8. Woman carrying a child (possibly hostage or trapped guest of Oberoi hotel) walking out 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Lieutenant General N. Thamburaj, Indian Army "Our troops of the NSG commandos, they are still carrying out operations. It has been confirmed that there is a contact with one terrorist as of now. He is moving in two floors; there is a dance floor area which apparently he has cut off all the lights, and sometimes he gets holed up into some of the rooms and he has made that area dark." 10. Various of hostages and trapped guests walking out of Oberoi, one woman in wheelchair 11. Mid of area with onlookers and security forces Star TV - No Access India, ++STAR TV LOGO MUST NOT BE OBSCURED++ 28 November 12. Pan of police and others take cover outside Taj Mahal Hotel, AUDIO: gunshot, pan right to hotel 13. Man appears at upper floor window Star TV - No Access India, ++STAR TV LOGO MUST NOT BE OBSCURED++ 28 November 14. Pan of news conference by Indian army commandos 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) No name given, Indian commando: "See I told you these people were very very familiar with the hotel layout and it appeared that they had carried out a survey before and a very well determined plot." Star TV - No Access India, ++STAR TV LOGO MUST NOT BE OBSCURED++ 28 November 16. Cutaway of news conference Star TV - No Access India, ++STAR TV LOGO MUST NOT BE OBSCURED++ 28 November 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) No name given, Indian commando: "The terrorists locked up about 200 people in the adjacent room where the firefight actually took place, so once we exchanged the firefight we were confident that terrorists either have been killed or have moved out from there, we actually entered the room cleared the room and got about 200 people out about 6:30 a.m. This was in the new building." Star TV - No Access India, ++STAR TV LOGO MUST NOT BE OBSCURED++ 28 November 18. Media outside Oberoi hotel 19. SOUNDBITE: (English) J.K. Dutt, Director General of India's elite National Security Guard: "All are under control, we are now just sanitising each and every room to make sure that there is no undesirable element, number one, and number two that the guests over there can also get relieved and they can come out." CDI - No Access India 27 November, 2008 20. Various, India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, with chairman of the India National Congress and leader of the United Progressive Alliance Sonia Gandhi, and officials visiting injured and talking to doctors (++MUTE++) STORYLINE: Indian commandos freed nearly two dozen captives from Mumbai's Oberoi hotel on Friday, as the troops searched the building for attackers, on the third day since a chain of militant attacks across India's financial centre left at least 143 people dead. At the Oberoi hotel, at least 25 captives were rushed out and loaded into waiting cars, buses and ambulances. It was unclear how many people remained inside. The group, many clutching passports, included at least two Americans, a Briton, two Japanese nationals and several Indians. Some carried luggage with Canadian flags, and two women were dressed in black abayas, traditional Muslim women's garments. The Army insisted their operations were almost over. "It's just a matter of a few hours that we'll be able to wrap up things," Lieutenant General N. Thamburaj told reporters. Elsewhere in Mumbai, two loud explosions and gunfire rang out at the luxury Taj Mahal hotel, which, on Thursday night, authorities had insisted was cleared of gunmen. Army commander Lieutenant General N. Thamburaj said at least one gunman was still alive in the hotel and electricity had been cut off on the floor he was hiding on. Hundreds of people had been captive in the two hotels, many locking themselves in their rooms or trying to hide as the gunmen roamed the buildings. Security forces searched room by room at the hotels - two of the top gathering spots for the Mumbai elite. Commandos had spent much of Thursday bringing out hostages, trapped guests and corpses from the hotels in small groups while firefighters battled flames that erupted. The fires were out by Friday. It remained unclear just how many people had been taken hostage, how many were hiding inside the hotels and how many dead still lay uncounted. The well-coordinated strikes by small bands of gunmen starting on Wednesday night left the city shell-shocked. On Friday police said that 24 more bodies have been found taking the death toll to at least 143. The gunmen were well-prepared, even carrying large bags of almonds to keep up their energy during the fight. During a news conference on Friday, an army commando said that the gunmen were familiar with the hotel building and they carried out "a very well determined plot." Their main targets appeared to be Americans, Britons and Jews, though most of the dead seemed to be Indians and foreign tourists caught in the random gunfire. Meanwhile, Indian commandoes killed two gunmen inside Mumbai's Oberoi hotel and taken control of the building. J.K. Dutt, Director General of India's elite National Security Guard said the hotel was under control. India has been shaken repeatedly by terror attacks blamed on Muslim militants in recent years, but most of them were coordinated bombings striking random crowded places: markets, street corners, parks. These attacks were more sophisticated - and more brazen. Analysts around the world are debating whether the gunmen could have been linked to, or inspired by, al-Qaida. Indian media reports said a previously unknown group calling itself the Deccan Mujahideen claimed responsibility in e-mails to several media outlets. The Deccan is a region in southern India that was traditionally ruled by Muslim rajahs. Relations between Hindus, who make up more than 80 percent of India's 1 (b) billion population, and Muslims, who make up about 14 percent, have sporadically erupted into bouts of sectarian violence since British-ruled India was split into independent India and Pakistan in 1947. Keyword Mumbai Attacks