Angels Media Studios Releases


A Study Of Steam

Made by the LMS film unit in the early 1930's this film shows just what goes into making a steam locomotive, ideal for any steam train enthuisiast.

DVD comes with a host of bonus features

A Tour Of Cambridge In 1945

Come with us as we explore the majestic city of Cambridge in 1945, the universities of Cambridge and the lives of those who studied there.

A tour of the town with its beautiful architect, the market hustling and bustling, the train station, the buses that provided such an important task of transporting the people of Cambridge, and the magnificent views across the rooftops.

Dinner in the Hall, lecture by Sir Lawrence Bragg FRS, Degree Day at Senate House and evensong at Kings College and not forgetting relaxing by the river.

A Tour On The Felixstowe Open Top Bus

Come with us as we take a tour around Felixstowe on the open top bus, see all the sights that Felixstowe has to offer on this fascinating tour

An All Saints View Of Stradbroke

A Birds eye view of Stradbroke

All Saints Church, has been in Stradbroke since the 14th Century, it stands in the middle of the village.

With its breathtaking architect, come with us as we take a tour around the church, visit the annual flower festival and see some breath taking views from the top of the tower.

Beccles Bygones

A look at Beccles in years gone by through the views of postcards

Classic Christmas Cartoons

Classic Christmas Cartoon that will entertain children of all ages

Colmans - The Mustard Makers

The history of Colmans in Norwich famed for their mustard

Colman's - The Mustard Makers

History of Colmans - The Mustard Makers


A look at the history of Colman's of Norwich, the mustard makers

DVD contains 2 programmes, An Introduction to Coleman's and Colman's The Mustard Makers



Come On You Blues

Ipswich Town Football Club Wins The FA Cup
Relive the magic moment when Ipswich Town FC lifts the FA Cup in 1978 through the cinema news reel, the atmoshere, the tension and the glory when Mick Mills takes those magic steps up to the royal box in Wembly Stadium to lift the cup for Ipswich.

Debellamus Superbos

War time radar

The rapid development of radar during the last war made anti aircraft gun an effective weapon in the defence of Great Britain.

With radar it became possible for the guns to locate accurately their target and destroy it.

These developments, the outcome of work started 25 years ago by what is now the radar reasearch and development establishment tell one story of the fight against the unseen invader.


Bonus Features

Centimetric Oscillators

Elementary Principles

Derann At Pinewood (2 Disc Set)

Derann Audio Visual organise a film convention at Pinewood Studios plus other conventions

Second disc contains Derann catalogues plus other film dealer catalogues

DMU Engine Driver

Five training films from the 1950's from British Rail about the Diesel Multiple Units

Duncan Bannatyne's Seaside Rescue

Duncan Bannatyne rescue's Felixstowe

Duncan Bannatyne's Seaside Rescue will see an undercover family visiting a desolate and dilapidated attraction, where they will file a secret video report upon which Duncan will base his plan of action.

He will then set to work on everything from unbalanced books to rikety rides in the hope of putting out faltering seaside attractions back on track.

This is exclusively available on DVD from Golden Memories Sound & Design

East Anglia From The Air

A tour around Suffolk and Norfolk by air
Fly along the coastline of Suffolk passing by Felixstowe, Aldeburgh, Sothwold & Lowestoft head into Norfolk to Gorleston & Great Yarmouth before we go to North Norfolk and Cromer, Sherringham and Hunstanton before we head in land to Weybourne

East Anglia in the 1970's

A look at East Anglia in the 1970's
Life in East Anglia has changed so much over the years, in this DVD we see how farming has been taken over by new industry and the development of new towns bringing in more employment.

East Anglia Through The Years

East Anglia seen through the eyes of the cinema

6 different films highlighting what East Anglia has to offer shown to the public in the cinemas of many years ago.


1. Through East Anglia

2. East Anglia Coastline

3. Light On East Anglia

4. Maritime East Anglia

5. East Anglia

6. Our Herring Industry

Felixstowe Branch In 1989

Filmed during 1989, the line still has signal boxes at Trimley and Derby Road with tokens being handed to the driver to proceed down the line, level crossing gates are manualy operated and the line has semaphore signals.


Class 101 DMU's take care of the passengers and class 37 locomotives handle the freight trains

Felixstowe Bygones

A look at Felixstowe's history through the yes of the seaside postcard
A pictorial history of Felixstowe as seen through the eyes of the traditional seaside postcard

Felixstowe DVD Christmas Card

Felixstowe DVD Christmas Card

Just like the Felixstowe DVD postcard but designed for Christmas plus as well inside the card you get the DVD with the 30 minute travelogue of Felixstowe plus a little short film of what Felixstowe looks like in Winter covered in snow.

** New For Christmas 2010 **

An added bonus of another short film about the Felixstowe Town Christmas Lights

Send the family and friends a different type of Christmas card this year.

Felixstowe DVD Postcard

Felixstowe DVD Postcard: 2014 version

Something unusual and novel to send to your family and friends, instead of sending postcards why not send a DVD postcard.

The card is an A5 greeting card with full colour printing inside as well as outside, their is space for you to write your message.

Inside the greeting card is a DVD with a 30 minute travelogue of Felixstowe showing the sights and sounds of around Felixstowe plus as well their is a comprehensive commentary.

Once you have written your message inside the card just pop the card into the envelope provided and then address it to who you want to send it to put an ordinary 2nd or 1st class stamp on it and pop it into the post box.

Your family and friends will be delighted to get this and keep it forever.