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See especially their guide to film, TV & radio collections in the UK, and Box of Broadcasts (BoB) media recording and archive service, to which the Library subscribes (key TV & radio channels have an archive back to about 2007). TRILT - the database behind BoB - has details of recordings from 1995, and it's possible to request copies of these.
Before the invention of the camera, watercolours documented the world over centuries, and Watercolour World exists to bring them back into view via a free online database of documentary watercolours painted before 1900. Explore them through a world map, or search for topics
Photos from established & upcoming documentary photographers, of great interest for UK social history & subculture 1960s- onwards. Includes The People's Archive, a crowdsourced collection of images of everyday life in Britain 1930s- onwards
Four Corners Archive explores and documents the film and photographic heritage of Four Corners, Half Moon Photography Workshop, and Camerawork Magazine, from 1972–1987. Based in East London, their early work played a major role in the development of radical film and photographic practice
Contains materials from Irish Film Institute IFI Player collections including The Bord Fáilte Film Collection, The Irish Adverts Project, The Father Delaney Collection, The Loopline Collection, and The Irish Independence Film Collection. It also has items from the London Irish Centre. It includes special sections on Irish, history culture