Item title reads - News in a Nutshell.
Cowes, Isle of Wight. M/S of fire float 'Massey Shaw', new from London County Council, floating on the water. M/S of crew attaching hoses to pumps, M/S as they pump water hundreds of feet into the air. Various shots of the huge jets, M/S of the vessel.
Swansea, Wales. M/S of 6th Glamorgan Battalion of Welsh Regiment marching across the muddy football ground at Vetch Field. M/S of their new drums which are being presented by Lady Swansea. M/S of her stood with her young son Lord Swansea. M/S of the men stood with their drums. M/S's of G.O.C. Western Command presenting medals and shaking hands. M/S of Lady Swansea and her son with other officials. M/S of the Battalion giving three cheers for her. M/S as she watches them march past and salute.
Quevauchamps, Belgium. Various shots of 14 couples walking along, they are all celebrating their Golden Weddings. L/S of them sat in chairs. M/S of one elderly couple. M/S as one man kisses his wife then dances around. Various shots as they all dance in couples then together in a circle.
Portsmouth, Hampshire. M/S of the royal yacht "Britannia" going through an overhaul in the dock. M/S of new mast being hoisted upwards. M/S of the crane lifting it. M/S of battleship H.M.S. "Hood" in the background.
London. M/S of a man digging at tree roots on Piccadilly. Various shots as poles are manoeuvred into position, they have crowns on top for the Silver Jubilee.
M/S of new extendable ladder on a fire engine, various shots as they extend it to the top of a building, the camera pans up it. M/S from point of view of the top looking down to the ground, M/S as it starts to move down again.
M/S of American coast guard in "Hermes" patrol boat. Various shots as it speeds through the water. M/S of Captain Herschfield (?) on the Bridge looking through a pair of binoculars. M/S of the sea, M/S as it washes over the bow, M/S of lifeboats. M/S of the sea crashing on the bow again.
M/S of little boy driving a small model bus on the road in front of a real one, his name is Tommy Johnstone and his father built the bus for him. Various shots of him riding from Brighton to London with his father following him on a bicycle. M/S of children cheering. M/S as he rides past a real bus, various shot as they ride along and he arrives in London where a large crowd waits for him. M/S of comedian George Robey stood with him cracking jokes. M/S of George stood next to Tommy who is back in his bus.
London. Various shots of a row of ladies walking across a road, they are dressed in Welsh National costume and are members of the Pontypridd Women's Choir who have come to sing before the royal family. M/S as camera pans across them.
Note: the item 'Easter Holiday Crowds' is missing from this edition.