Title reads: "Radiolocator inventor talks".
Pathe Studios, London
The inventor of radiolocation (aka radar), Robert Watson Watt enters. He puts rolled up plans on desk and talks to camera. He reminds us how when first aeroplane landed in France a journalist wrote "Britain no longer...
Radio telescope erected near Cambridge helps the scientists to locate the stars too far away to see.
Aeroplane flying by radio location finding - early radar?
Men and women of the A.T.S. learn to use radio equipment which tracks aircraft - radar.
Short wave radio is used by firemen on emergency calls.
A fisherman listens to the radio through headphones whilst he is sat on the beach mending his nets.
In Cambridge, taxis give instructions over radio where to collect the customers.
A radio mast in Poland, taller than the Eiffel Tower, built for the new Polish radio station.