Mediatheque at the National Media Museum, Bradford

Visit the awe-inspiring National Media Museum and explore the BFI Mediatheque.

Among the 100s of curated collections available there’s a special focus on life in Yorkshire and the Humber in God’s Own Country. This collection brings together titles from the BFI National Archive and Yorkshire Film Archive, reflecting the past century of life in the region across both the big and small screen. The Mediatheque facility in Bradford also incorporates over 50 titles from the National Media Museum’s original TV Heaven facility which was Britain’s first publicly accessible archive of TV programmes when it opened at the National Media Museum in 1993. It covered the last sixty-seven years of British television history, including some of the greatest programmes ever to have been screened.

Opening hours
Monday to Sunday — 10:00 — 17:00

Address
National Media Museum
Bradford BD1 1NQ

Admission is free

  • God’s Own County: Yorkshire on screen

    God’s Own County: Yorkshire on screen

    Curator Simon McCallum introduces highlights from the collections for Yorkshire’s first BFI Mediatheque, opening in Bradford this week.
    Wednesday 17 July 2013

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