Jon Parsons asks the people on the street what they think about the meat workers strike.
Protests in London about the removal of the basic petrol ration.
Whole issue examining contrast between the east end and west end of London - great footage.
In wake of Nazi war criminal hangings, Pathe asks should we screen official film of executions.
Various people give their opinions on equal pay for women.
A trailer shows how we must sacrifice our luxuries for export so we can get things we need.
Squatters seize Ivanhoe Hotel in Bloomsbury to highlight housing problem in Britain.
Ladies from the British Housewives League protest against bread rationing.
People interviewed in street all agree German POWs should be sent home.
Squatters occupy empty buildings in protest at housing problem, interviews with men in street.
The year's most important news stories, as decided by editors of national newspapers.
Good item showing dress rehearsal for first television broadcast after the war. London.
Material relating to horsemeat scandal. Carlisle.
Farmers in Sussex go into the retail trade and sell their crops direct at a market.
Shots of the exterior of Battersea power station with heaps of coal around.
An investigation into the Country's housing problem.
Pathe go out into the streets to ask people about the Fuel Crisis and the position of Mr Shinwell.
War poem with visual description.
Scenes of life in the baby boom town of Swindon.
A great story about the economic difficulties facing Britain after the Second World War.
Good film investigating conditions in old people's homes.
Coal shortages following nationalisation create problems for other industries.
Demonstration against nationalisation of transport industry in Bristol.
John Parsons interviews dockers about unemployment. Barry, Wales.
London Dockers on Strike. The Army cover their work.
Life after W.W.2.using ration books for shopping.
British women protest at food cuts.