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...
East Londoners go to countryside for working holidays.
Minister for health, Kingsley Wood, visits hop pickers on working holiday in Kent.
A man trap is shown - it is two centuries old but still works - two others are also demonstrated.
A story showing babies and toddlers at the Wood Green Baby Week.
Russian officials are held under house arrest in a building in Frankfurt.
Young couple find pulpit in Perry Wood, Kent - ideal place for a sneaky snog!
American troops show off their light and heavy artillery.
Gathering pine seeds to replant forests.
Craftsmen making miniature barrels in Hungary.