An item about a jet ski. Various shots of the ski-craft with Pam Horton on skis holding on to the back and steering it. Various shots as they assemble the ski on the bank and put it in the water, Tony Reeder uses one ski and jumps in. Various shots as he skis along....
Astra Gazette issue: South Sea Barber, Crazy Pub, Jill Day's Gym & Return to Biggin Hill.
Lord Snowdon attends the British Water skiing championships at Sonning in Berkshire.
Pedal-powered plane tested out by De Havilland experts at Hatfield Aerodrome.
Veteran film director Herbert Wilcox has launch party for his book at Elstree Studios.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for stories featured in CP 374.
Cuts (rushes, out takes) for stories in CP 498.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for story WATER PANTO in CP 690.
Firemen in Watford, Hertfordshire demonstrate their special services equipment.
This whole issue is devoted to 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarves' - a pantomime on water skis.
The Cross Channel Water Ski Race is hampered by bad weather.
Prince George, Duke of Kent visits event in hall.
A mad skier gets towed behind a motorcycle through Paris and does moguls down a hillside.
Famous motorcyclist Hurricane Hutch performs a few stunts.
Various shots of students and teachers involved in the Lapland 68 Exhibition in Stevenage.
Celebrities play golf including Harry Secombe and Stanley Baker.
British steelworkers are off to America to study their production techniques.
Snowy scenes as people ride in horse drawn sleighs and try their hand at ski jumping.
Contenders for the Americas Cup Yacht race try out in Weymouth Bay.
The Variety Club presents Sunshine Coach for disabled people. Lots of celebrities at dinner.
Benito Mussolini inspects fascist supporters and hands out medals and diplomas.
A new type of petrol pump being tested out at garage in Watford.
A Bailey Bridge helps to calm a traffic black spot near Stevenage.
Betram Mills circus performers and animals prepare for show at Ascot - cuts from 48/96.
Electrification of North London and Hertfordshire railway.