Astrologer Edward Lyndoe of the 'People' newspaper announces his predictions for the first half of 1937, they include more jobs and foreign military power causing a threat.
Item title reads - What of the future?
M/S of Edward Lyndoe sat writing at a desk, he is astrologer for the 'People' newspaper. He leans back and gives his predictions for first half of 1937 - more jobs going for miners and agricultural workers, various shots of the said workers. M/S of railway station and M/S of crowds of people as he predicts a strike. M/S of troops marching as he predicts military movements of foreign power which will cause a scare in March. M/S of mines and unemployed as he mentions benefit revision. M/S of Neville Chamberlain sat at a desk as he talks about budget hitting pocket of 'little man'.
He predicts less tension in May but Balkans will be in quarrelsome mood. M/S of people building a bridge. We see pictures of funnels and docks as he says trade will be on the up. The interviewer asks if there will be a war in the near future, he says there are no signs of a major one involving this country during period he has reviewed.