This sub-fonds consists of two video lecture series Calvin Wells produced in collaboration with the Audio-Visual Centre at the University of East Anglia in the 1970s. The first series was produced in 1972 consists of 6 black and white lectures with an approximate running time of 40mins. In these lectures Calvin Wells appears on screen in a traditional presenting style with a pair of assistants. The production date for the second series has not been ascertained. It consists of 4 colour episodes with an average running time of 1hr 45mins. The format of the second series is a straight forward slide show narrated by Calvin Wells who never appears on screen. The collection holds a VHS and digital copy of every episode, aside from CAL/12/1 which only exists in digital format.
Palaeopathology video lecture series
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- ReferenceGB 532 CAL/12
- Dates of Creation1968 - 1975
- Physical Description0.7 linear metres
Scope and Content
The video recordings arranged according to production date. Textual or visual records and ephemera related to the production of each series are listed at the bottom of the sub-fonds
Digital copies of these recordings were transferred from original analogue video cassettes held by the East Anglian Film Archive. The digitisation service was provided by Stewart Orr of Telecine Services, Norfolk in July 2018.
Conditions Governing Use
Audio-visual material may contain third party copyright. For further information contact the East Anglian Film Archive, County Hall, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2DQ.
Location of Originals
The original analogue cassettes of the material listed in this subfonds are held by the East Anglia Film Archive, The Archive Centre, Martineau Lane, Norwich NR1 2DQ.