Full title reads: "London. 'To Help Barts!' Nurses and students revive Rahere's (founder of Empire's oldest hospital) famous Jester's Song."
St Bartholomew's Hospital, London.
A man reads a short speech about the founding of Bart's Hospital.
Medical students and nurses rehearse...
The Budapest choir perform for the patients of Bartholomew's hospital, London.
Flotsam and Jetsam sing morale boosting song with shots of bomb damage in London.
The Prince of Wales visits St. Bartholomew's hospital, London.
Students from St. Bartholomew's Hospital in costumed parade.
Various shots of Princess Margaret at events in the mid 1940s.
Shots of maternity ward, plus student nurses in lectures and training on the wards.
VS of surgeons at work in operating theatre.
Nice shots around St Bartholomew's Hospital and shots of nurses in nursing school.
Carnival float procession through central London to raise money for Barts hospital.
George Robey surrounded by medical students during his fund raising for Bart's Hospital.
Alternative medicine versus orthodox medicine debate.
At the Commonwealth Institute in London, children learn about Indian culture.
Speech by Duke of Edinburgh as Chancellor of University of Wales, Bangor.
Tenth anniversary of Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II - Technicolor.
Truly hilarious pastiche of the "March of Time" film series - chimps make a newsreel!
St Patrick's Day celebrations in for Irish Guards in Caterham and everyone else at the Royal Albert Hall.
Traditional parade for the Lord Mayor of London.
Famous music hall and variety singers perform "The Sob Song".
Bernard Monshin and Tango Orchestra with Monty Ray singing 'Tabu' - dupe of NSP 11.
Stage performance of the Noel Coward play Bitter-Sweet - unedited material.
Don Marino Barretto and his Conga Band play 'Tabu' - fabulous! Dupe of NSP 267.
Good shots of nurses at work in the wards of St. Bartholomew's Hospital (Bart's), London.
Sam Mayo sings 'Where Do Flies Go In Wintertime?' and other songs - dupe of PSP 759.
Ted Andrews sings 'Stardust' and 'Can't Stop Me From Dreaming' - dupe of NSP 103.