A new digital archive from the British Film Institute showcasing 60 years' of digitalised films and television programmes can now be accessed from all Oxfordshire libraries.

BFI Replay stores a wealth of film and television footage which spans from the 1960s to the 2010s and offers a glimpse into Britain's past, giving viewers the opportunity to relive, research and lose themselves in how life was for many people in those decades.

The free, public streaming service hosts thousands of videos, comprised of the collections of the BFI's National Archive and partner UK Regions and Nations Film Archives, some of which are familiar and memorable, with others rare and unseen for decades.

Library users can access the archive at any Oxfordshire library from a computer with their borrower number. It cannot be accessed from home.