An American weather satellite is launched from Cape Canaveral.
A US meteorological satellite will aid hurricane detection as it circles earth every 100 minutes.
Retrospective look at the history of space travel. c. 1969
Co-production with the BBC.
Material relating to newsreel story "Special - Astronauts visit London" - 69/84.
Pictures of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the surface of the moon.
Famous Russian cosmonauts Titiov and Gagarin return to academy to continue their studies.
Russian cosmonaut Major Titov visits the United Nations in New York
Students from all around the world go to Russian winter school and meet German Titov.
Franco-Vietnam planes bomb Viet Minh terrorists hiding in forests.
Material relating to newsreel story "Majorca holidays" - 70/1.
Good footage of the holiday resorts of Estoril and Lisbon in Portugal.
President John F. Kennedy gives speech about America's alliance with NATO.
American President Kennedy speaking in UN on joint moon flight with Russians.
Tracking aerial in Brittany, Kennedy refers to historic event.
Russians crowds gather to see Russia's famous 'Sputnik' on show
Big queues form outside the exhibition of Russian space satellites in Prague.
Men at work on pylons, constructing and maintaining England's National Grid.
Various shots, money pouring through hands, indicator on scales, man shovelling coins.
The new head of the Wall Street Stock Exchange makes a speech about his aims.
An exotic trip to an ostrich farm in South Africa.
Item about power stations in London, including Battersea under constructions.
New power station built in Soviet Union.
Footage of two young wives in a Dutch supermarket
Design and production of banknotes at Morris Waterlow and Sons in Worship Street, London.