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Margaret Thatcher delivers scathing speech on Labour policies. (clip - full length available onsite)

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Alex Ferguson interview on becoming the new Scotland boss. (clip - full length available onsite)

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New diving tank which will increase diving depth. (clip - full length available onsite)

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Reference number: 10633

Date: 1984 / 1985

Original format: U-Matic (hi-band)

Colour: col

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 59.45 mins

Description: Compilation tape featuring six news items from Grampian Television, 1984 and 1985.

Shotlist descriptions supplied by Grampian Television.

Viewing copies may display defects such as dropout, washed out colour and sound fluctuation. It may contain unedited material.

Shotlist: 00:00:01 00:00:06 11/10/1985
[continued from Tape L0504]

00:00:07 00:29:23 11/10/1985
gvs Maggie (Margaret) Thatcher speech. Audience, applause and ovation

00:29:28 00:53:19 08/10/1984
gvs Kenneth Baker, Environment Secretary. Speech at Tory (Conservative) conference Blackpool, rates

00:53:20 00:54:42 15/10/1985
i/v Alex Ferguson on Scotland appointment [ex STV Scottish Television]

00:54:45 00:55:57 15/10/1985
Ernie Walker , SFA Secretary (Scottish Football Association) announces Ferguson appointment as Scotland manager [ex STV]

00:56:04 00:59:45 30/10/1985
divers Shell / Esso project to increase diving depths. Diving on tank, interview [ex TTT Thames Television]