Unused / unissued material - location and dates unclear or unknown.
VS ext. of the house and grounds belonging to Sir Robert Watson-Watt, scientific adviser to the Air Ministry, in Sheen Road, Richmond.
Disabled artist David Jackson, ex-RAF, paints by holding the brush in his mouth. Richmond.
Roundup of the world's latest news
Princess Margaret looks round the Royal Ballet School. White Lodge, Richmond Park.
Inventor of radar Robert Watson Watt makes appeal for more radiolocation operators.
Quirky item about 5 senses and new invention of radiolocation (radar).
Documentary tracing the role of the Royal Air Force in wartime.
Mass meeting of 1000's of Special Constables held in Richmond, England.
Boxing Day Regatta at Richmond - rowing eights racing down Thames.
Various newsreel stories and unedited material about power stations and electricity.
Rally for disabled people in motorised carts - cuts from story in 48/69.
Princess Margaret visits a hospital in Epsom.
Demonstration of agricultural machinery to aid smallholders.
Foreign Ministers meet in Holland - Bastille Day Parade in Paris.
Princess Alexandra and Angus Ogilvy at home with their children.
Documentary about RAF cadets at Cranwell College.
A look at the paintings of Judy Cassab and Paul Riley.
Discussions about the return to Italy of her colonies on September14th 1948.
New Zealand High Commissioner watches rugby match between New Zealand and S. Africa.
Airmen on the US Air Force base at Wethersfield, Essex, believe in marrying British girls.
Fire destroys paint factory in Richmond.
Barbara Kelly takes her mobile boutique 'Motique' to Richmond. Surrey.
Long item tracing some of the history of male fashion up to the modern day peacock suit.
One armed billiard player demonstrating skills on table. Richmond, Surrey.
British Amateur Golf Championship in Richmond.