M/S of a young woman sat on a donkey, she has bananas on a pole slung over her shoulder and the donkey has a bunch hanging from the bridle on its head. M/S as she rides down the street. M/S of a man buying a bunch from her. She carries on down the street.
Bananas are ripened, squeezed and sorted at a warehouse in Essex.
Farmers receive prizes as an incentive to grow more fruit on the Gold Coast.
First shipment of bananas since the start of the war arrives in Bristol.
Despite end of Japanese occupation life is still hard in Singapore as prices in shops rise.
Bananas are picked and packed in Australia.
Mr Cook grows his own bananas in a greenhouse. Hextable, Kent.
A ten million dollar crop makes 1956 a bumper year for Colombian banana growers.