Full title reads: "'Moo-Sic' Till The Cows Come Home".
Middlesex. Farmers play music to help their cows milk and hens lay.
MS Miss Norah Johnston playing the Carillon. MS Cows in a field. CU Head of a cow. LS Cows walking along path towards camera. MS Miss Norah Johnston playing the...
Mr Stanley Evans talks about the state of British farming.
Various shots of machines in use on arable, dairy and poultry farms.
Film showing how bankers work in harmony with farmers in a small market town.
Comedian Cyril Fletcher and his wife Betty Astell farm to help the food supply.
Pathe asks how Britain would benefit from removing trade barriers in Europe.
Footage of modern farm with many of the machines powered by electricity.
Pilot film for a series of nature films - birds, insects and badgers are featured.
Material relating to newsreel story ''Moo-Sic' Till The Cows Come Home' - 50/4
Amazing early sex education film - strange, funny and fascinating!
Shots of chickens, pigs and cows being raised under intensive factory farming conditions.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth visit dairy show at Olympia, London.
Model of the Wembley Exhibition is contrasted with footage of the real thing.
Review of the year 1948.
Film detailing attempts to control the mosquito population to stamp out malaria in Sardinia. c. 1950
Tom Williams speaking on the agricultural bill.
Men at cattle market in snow, outside 'White Hart' inn at Ware, men in pub.
Young people learn farming at an agricultural school in Wiltshire.
Twelve months in life of an Austrian farming family.
DJ Simon Dee presents award to The Beatles on the set of the film "Help".
An item showing Norah Johnston who is the only English woman carillon player.
Promotional film for Nuffield tractors - all the processes involved in planting and harvesting spuds.
Baritone Bryn Gwyn sings a song about leaning on a farm gate.
Children help out with the chores on this farm in Malton in Yorkshire.
Stories in this item include footage of a farm in Salzburg and an Austrian Horse fair.