Sten gun production and testing.
The Princess launches the Yugoslavian naval vessel 'Dubrovnik'.
Shipbuilding on the River Clyde and a conversation between two workers, glad to be in employment again.
Shipbuilding on the River Clyde and workers, glad to be in employment again.
Interesting item shows the development of television in the United States of America.
Television (TV set) showing an unrecognisable discussion programme.
Excellent retrospective looking back over 50 years - this reel features entertainers and leisure.
Fantastic peek at the British Film Industry of the 1920s - clips from great silent films and newsreels.
Pigeon post is used to introduce Burl Ives to members of London stage and press.
Women in period and futuristic costumes operating telephone switchboard.
Fascinating glimpse inside London's Overseas Telephone Exchange - we get to eavesdrop on a few calls to foreign lands.
Good shots of nurses at work in the wards of St. Bartholomew's Hospital (Bart's), London.
Parents visit their children in hospital in Nottingham.
Good shots of workers in a clothing factory as production is stepped up due to surplus clothes being cleared.
Shots of metal work and engine production.
Good shots of factory workers at work on production line. They seem to be building cars.
Variety Club Silver Heart awards presented at Savoy hotel, London.
Queen Mother attends Royal Premiere of film "Lord Jim" in Leicester Square.
Sean Connery wins acting award for his film 'The Hill'.
Harold Wilson attends Variety Club reception at Savoy - lots of film / t.v. stars present.
Travelogue featuring the beauty of America's National Parks.
President Roosevelt takes time out of his cross-country political tour to visit Yosemite Falls.
Three men climb a mountain in Yosemite National Park to reach the snowy heights.
The Queen makes Trunk phone call from the exchange in Bristol to Lord Provost of Edinburgh.
A look at Morse code and other forms of communication.
Thorax operation taking place in USSR, good general hospital shots.
Film explaining how penicillin was discovered and spores being incubated to produce drug.
Item about medical school that includes footage of Alexander Fleming, Paddington, London.
Sir Alexander Fleming, discoverer of Penicillin, has died.
Workmen painting the Fourth bridge, Scotland.
Footage of workmen painting the Forth Bridge in Strathclyde, Scotland.
General views of Forth Bridge with British Naval fleet nearby.
Train going over the Forth Bridge, Scotland.
Scotland's famous Forth Bridge is seen with barrage balloons floating above it.
German troops march into Scandinavia - Politicians and war leaders meet in Downing Street.
Break through hart operations are performed at Heart Surgery Institute, Moscow.
New treatment for removal of bone abscesses at Rumanian hospital.
Soldiers of the Royal Signal Corps. train in the use of Morse code senders and radio gear.
A look at the history of the telephone and the improvements which have been made.
General Lucius Clay and Brian Robertson on visit to the Ruhr. Germany.
Striking American steel workers go back to work during negotiations.
American newsreel item about steel strike in USA.
British steelworkers go to USA to study steel production - cuts from 49/21.
Year's Best in Sport awards presented at the Savoy Hotel, London.
Material relating to newsreel story "Year's Best in Sport" which is missing from 63/93.
Long item tracing some of the history of male fashion up to the modern day peacock suit.
Item showing new surgery pavilion in Prague Hospital. Czechoslovakia.
Minister of Information speaks about the effects of newsreels in foreign neutral countries.