I Like America - archive film of Noël Coward's visit to New York in 1931using Coward's own 16mm ciné footage.

Words and Music - archive film of this revue written by Noël Coward and starring Ivy St. Helier, John Mills and Joyce Barbour. The film below, shot by Coward, records parts of the show and gives a rare glimpse of Noël's hands writing and playing at the piano. Charles B. Cochran first presented this revue at the Opera House, Manchester on 25 August 1932 - it ran until 10 September. It transferred to the Adelphi Theatre, London on the 16 September, 1932 and ran for 164 performances. The 16mm footage was shot by Coward and Jeffery Holmesdale (Lord Amherst).

Goldenhurst - a blend of film and slide sequences of Noël Coward's home in Kent, Goldenhurst. It features renovated slide photographs taken from stereoscopic slides shot by Noël Coward, Cole Lesley and Graham Payn plus 16mm ciné footage shot by Noël Coward and Jeffery Holmesdale (Lord Amherst).


Cowards in the Wings - for Must Close Saturday Records

Noël Coward in Verse - JHKNET002 for JHKNETRecords

A Talent to Amuse - MCSR 3048 for Must Close Saturday Records