Peter Varnon collects and repairs old street lamps. Hampstead, London.
Pub owner collects toby jugs - and cleans them with his saliva!
Tom Ingledew works on his impressive 4 foot high model cathedral made from firewood.
Mr Denny Stokes from London makes dioramas depicting the events from military history.
Fairground attractions at the Theatrical Garden Party, Royal Hospital Gardens, Chelsea.
Spectacular parades and floats are seen at Brighton Carnival.
Footage of children playing chess.
Excellent invention - a forerunner of table football, quirky stuff.
Mr Dayton plays a tune on the organ he made in 40 years out of egg cases and soap boxes.
Jolly composer / conductor Herman Darewski makes caricature figures out of wire.
Music Hall comedian George Robey tells us about his love of stamp collecting.
Annual football games in Alnwick and Ashbourne - there are a few rules, entire towns take part.
Footage of examples of men's hobbies including model boats, war-games and model railway.
Large model aircraft are seen in flight - they are made by 28 year old Albert Briggs.
A light-hearted glimpse into an unusual (for the time) female hobby - rifle shooting!
Fun story about the process of producing home made alcohol such as rose petal wine and carrot whisky.
Percy Wilkins uses home-made telescope to chart the surface of the moon.
The boys of a ship spotting club in Margate chart passing ships and also make models of their own.
Children have moths attached to their clothes - a family of moth fanciers.
Members of the Mediaeval Society fight with authentic weapons in a Kent field.
Footage of Miss Singer who makes wool from the coats of her dogs, Walthamstow.
Mr White shows us how he fits model ships into bottles.
Impressive artworks are made from broken eggshells and painted animal skulls.
A look at a 14 inch home-made telescope and how it works.
Mr Woolley shows us his model of the ship "Queen Elizabeth". Eltham, London.
Men play chess during lunch hour at Gambit Chess Rooms in London.
Fisherman Tony Ellis finds fame as an astronomer for his discovery of a new star. Wales.
Robert Whiting makes puppets of celebrities and puts on shows. Newquay, Cornwall.
Mr Dyke Richens makes rubber masks in his spare time.
Famous Personality, General Sir Oliver Leese shows us his extensive collection of cacti and succulents.
Air Force Astra Gazette issue number 19 - collection of stories destined for R.A.F. viewers.
Light-hearted item about a game of blow egg football in Gravesend, Kent.
Pet pigeon called Snowy-White takes a nap on a tiny bed in Anthony Walker's living room.
Football teams play their Sunday matches on Hackney Marshes. London.
Boxing club in a pub - very young boys can be seen training - and fighting. Rather vicious fight!