Front Credits: An Anglo- Scottish Production. Directed and Photographed by Jim Goding and Eddie Earp, Commentary Written Roger Marshall, Spoken James Gibson, Music and Harmonica Tommy Reilly, Directed Frank Patten.
Interior workshop as a team of men assemble a bus, welding, hammering, metal...
Actor Frank Vosper in dressing room before his disappearance at sea.
An item showing General Crozier who has resigned as Commander of the Auxiliary Division in Ireland.
Frank Simpson and his horse win the Town Plate at Newmarket, the only race where women can also compete. Suffolk.
Oxford Provost leaving country to become Ambassador in America.
Wrexham gets ready for holiday makers on the Norfolk Broads.
Frank Kellogg arrives in Britain to become new U.S. ambassador.
American Naval Secretary Frank Knox speaks about co-operation in the world.
Walsh opens the steel works, steel works in operation.