Full title reads: "The Channel wins. Choppy seas force Miss Clarabelle Barratt to give up her second attempt".
This version appears to be identical to version 1 of 2. See separate record for details.
Note: old records spell Miss Barratt's first name as "Clarebelle".
Cuts (out takes, rushes) for CHANNEL SWIM SKIT in G 1325.
Cuts (out takes, rushes) for IN DENSEST CHANNEL FOG FOR YEARS in G 1326.
Britain suffers in the severe weather conditions with snowdrifts and high seas causing havoc.
Good shots of rough seas battering the coasts of Britain.
Ships at English Channel during exercise.
The Channel ferry ship 'Canterbury' comes into dock.
Swimmers come in after negotiating the channel
An interview on some of the engineering considerations of boring through chalk.