Throughout the series, you'll be able to get involved in some fantastic Reel History live events taking place around the country.
There are four main events for the show, run by the BBC's Hands on History project - each one is free to attend and doesn't require booking. The Glasgow, Grimsby and Peterborough events have now happened, but there is a final one coming up in Leicester.
The museum's own cinema will be showing a collection of short films with a local connection and the curator will be on hand to offer advice about looking after your own cinefilm archives.
Free: Drop in
Meet two of the forthcoming BBC Reel History of Britain series producers at this unique event for anyone interested in history, film archives and documentaries about the past. Watch locally relevant series clips as producers Kieron Collins and Dympna Jackson take and answer your questions.
Tickets £2 per person. To book a place call 0844 856 3797
The 1950s was a decade of celebration, from the Festival of Britain to the Queen's coronation. Watch archive film to find out how Norfolk took part in these celebrations. View documents, listen to an expert and take part in a discussion and reminiscence session about 1950s celebrations in your area.
Free: To book a place call 01603 222599
This session will help you discover the processes involved in turning your Super 8 and Standard 8 cine film into digital files.
Free: To book a place call 01236 638352
The tour will compare and contrast the Cathedral as it was then with how it is now. A reminiscence session will follow, when memories can be shared of the Cathedral in the 1960's and recorded for our archive. Finally a screening of archive film of the 1960's Cathedral will take place.
Free: Drop in