Quirky item about 5 senses and new invention of radiolocation (radar).
Demonstration of Harrier vertical take off jet. Dunsfold, Surrey.
Testing of Harrier jet in located
First look of the hovercraft CC 5 on Isle of Wight.
Inventor Christopher Cockerell shows off more new designs for hovercraft.
Hovercraft coming in and hovering before landing.
Lady Mayoress of Ramsgate names hovercraft 'Swift'.
British Concorde 002 takes off on test flight from Filton near Bristol.
Item showing models and mock-up of Concorde evolving in England and France.
Basil Hurle-Hobbs shows off his new invention the 'Bubble Boat'.
Powerful telescopes and observation planes enable clearer view of space objects and eclipse.
Radio telescope erected near Cambridge helps the scientists to locate the stars too far away to see.
New radio telescope erected for the use of Cambridge University.
The De Havilland Comet is shown off to European destinations - we also see it being made.
Three new RAF aircraft on display at Hatfield, Hertfordshire.
Zebra crossing opened - Liaquat Ali Khan buried - Boxers train for forthcoming fight.
Sir Frank looking at first jet engine 'Whittle gas Turbine' and addresses audience.
Cunningham amid group of mechanics and De Havilland (comet DH 106) 'plane.
De Havilland (comet DH 106) 'plane taxiing along tarmac, head shot of Whittle.
Sir Frank Whittle is honoured at dinner to celebrate 10 years of the jet plane. London.
Lovely film showing early television transmission techniques - features George Gee and Mamie Watson
Great story showing ARP services ready for action thanks to a new automatic controller.
Car phones used by business men in Lancashire.
New invention, the Hoverbarrow, is demonstrated on a wet and muddy work site in Rainham, Kent.
Plane that lands on water or on ground but has to be catapulted to fly - interesting.
Inventor Mr Donald shows us his car, powered by burning woods.
Short film about invention of answering machine - watch it to see how huge they were in the 50's.
A look at 'Pegasus' the lightweight glider which can be easily assembled in minutes.
Weather reports are fed into computers to give more accurate forecasts.
An item showing microwave and radar development at Malvern, Worcestershire.
Inventor of radar Robert Watson Watt makes appeal for more radiolocation operators.
Postmaster General Sir Kingsley Wood shows off a new system for telephones.