News in a Nutshell includes Zeebrugge raid memorial service, train crash in France, and Ramsay MacDonald returning from Stresa.
Item title reads - News in a Nutshell.
London. L/S of a six-a-side tournament for 64 teams of hockey players. Various shots of the matches which are played for six minutes each way with a minute allowed between matches, the next team have to be on the field in that minute or they are disqualified. Various shots of the matches.
Middlesbrough, Cleveland. L/S of a huge blast furnace, the camera pans down to men sawing around the bottom and filing the pillars. M/S as one pillar is blown out, various shots as they are all blown up. M/S as it collapses dramatically and people walk over it.
Liverpool, Merseyside. M/S as the Mayor of Wallasey inspects veterans of Zeebrugge, M/S as they file onto the "Royal Daffodil II" for a memorial service on the Mersey. Various shots as they sail along. Various shots of veteran soldiers. The mayor places a wreath on the permanent memorial on deck. C/U of the memorial.
Marchprime, France. M/S of a derailed carriage from the 'Silver Coast' train. M/S of broken windows and crushed metal. Various shots of the twisted wreckage with carriages lying on their side or on top of others.
Croydon Aerodrome, London. M/S of an aeroplane taxiing to a halt. M/S as Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald gets out and chats to people there to greet him on his return from the Stresa Conference. M/S as he waves and gets into his car.
Note: The item 'Mr Neville Chamberlain on his way to the Commons' is missing from this edition.