Ceremony to mark the opening of the Queen Elizabeth Dock at the mouth of the Manchester Ship Canal.
A short item celebrating the fact that comedian George Robey is now "Sir" George Robey.
Various shots of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip on their tour of New Zealand.
Two French naval officers break a world record in deep sea diving in their bathyscaph.
Some of America's best divers show their skills during water carnival in Palm Springs.
First pictures of the new Victor Stiebel designed uniforms for the W.R.A.F.
Norman Hartnell, the Queen's dress designer shows his new Spring Collection.
Gospellor Billy Graham arrives in Britain - women stampede the barriers at Waterloo station.
Oxford beat Cambridge in the 100th traditional boat race between Putney and Mortlake.
The Queen's milliner, Aage Thaarup, designs hats with a "Royal Tour" flavour for spring.
Eden, Molotov, Dulles, Bidault and other ministers meet for Far East conference in Geneva.
Molotov, Eden, Dulles and Bidault arrive at conference in Berlin.
Report on the big frost-up around the country.
London's Y.M.C.A. building is decorated with night pot.
Diane Leather misses the mile-in-five-minute-record
Bannister, Chataway, Brasher and Pirie run with money for 'Save the Churches' campaign.
At Woking's Shah Jehan Mosque Moslems celebrate end of Ramadan, thirty day religious fast.
Film stars having a garden party in Battersea Pleasure Gardens - looks entertaining.
Spectacle and Pageantry as Queen takes part in Trooping the Colour.
17 years old Princes Alexandra carries out her first important public engagement alone.
Junior motorcycle race is held on Isle of Man - New Zealander Coleman wins.
Mr Anthony Eden arrives back to Britain after signing of Indochina peace treaty.
On anniversary of beginning of WW I, people show little interest and almost no tributes at all.
Hurricane devastates large areas of America's Atlantic coast - 50.000 homes destroyed.
Owner Mr Millett Denning tests his sand yacht racer.
Mrs Lorkin demonstrates use of new gadget which washes laundry by emitting sound-waves.
A new trailer is made for United Nations Day - 24 October.
Sir Winston Churchill addresses the Tory delegates at their annual conference.
High spot of the London-Moscow athletic meeting is duel between Chataway and Kuts.
Mr D. Campbell tests underwater escape apparatus before making world water speed record bid.
British troops will evacuate Egypt within 20 months under the agreement signed in Cairo.
Sir Winston Churchill receives telegrams of best wishes for his 80th birthday.
Dublin suffers terrible damage due to tornado.
Famous clipper Cutty Sark is moved to a permanent berth at Greenwich.
Documentary about Wimbledon Tennis Championship - with behind the scenes footage
Underwater television camera tested from HMS 'Sea Salvor' off Malta.
Coverage of Connolly vs. Mortimer match.
Typical weather of British summer... rain... rain... rain...
Traditional highlights of the annual Royal Tournament.
High-level Anglo-American political discussions during British visit to Washington.
Group on rafts, arriving on shore to a cheering reception.
Various shots of snow covered cities and countryside in Italy.
Various shots of some of London's landmarks.
The new Morris Series Two unveiled in Surrey. Good quality film.
Severe weather conditions in France bring thick frost and extensive damage
Conqueror of Mount Everest receives sleeping bag on speaking tour of Canada
Actress Monroe woos troops in Korea. Good
Gracie Fields swamped by fans at her gig in Rochdale.
NATO council opens in Paris, delegates including Dulles, Eden and Bidault.
St Mark's Square in Venice is flooded.
Delegates signing the Paris pact - Germany joins NATO.
New buildings under construction at London's Heathrow Airport
The Star clock face & News of the World clock faces, men standing around on Fleet Street.
A look at the first skyscraper flats in London. Finsbury.
Good footage of people eating in a Soho restaurant in London.
A look at the maintenance of cherry and apple blossom orchards in Newington, Kent.
Item showing relics gathered from the excavation of a Roman temple to god Mithras. London.
A man chooses a new moustache from a 'moustachier' in Paddington.
Lost property at London Transport Office in London.
Women bricklayers at work in Enfield, Middlesex.
Item about how bees and their stings are used to help arthritis sufferers. Kensington, London.
New Kitchen utensils being demonstrated. Regent Street, London.
Events that have made headline news in 1954 are seen in this review of the year.
The mile of the century - Roger Bannister wins his race while Peters fails to 'cross the line'.
Hillary is seen getting into the lift of the Empire State Building and admiring the view from the top.
Large snow falls cause problems for some and pleasures for others.
Bodmin in Cornwall suffers from a plague of starlings - millions wreck bamboo plantation.
Victoria Tower will soon be freed of nearly 100 miles of scaffolding covering it since 1950.
The body of Inca child is found in Andes - perfectly preserved.
How Britain spends four-day Easter Holiday.
Roger Bannister achieves every runner's ambition to run the mile in under 4 minutes.
Churchill addressess mass meeting of Women's National Advisory Committee at Albert Hall.
Clipper-ship "Cutty Sark" finds its permanent resting place in Greenwich.
Sir Winston Churchill is installed as Knight of the Garter in St. George's Chapel, Windsor.
Typical weather of British summer... rain... rain... rain...
Women queuing to get into shops for summer season sale.
Anglo-Egyptian agreement about future of Suez Canal is signed in Cairo.
Delicacies from around the world fill Olympia for Britain's food fair.
At Brighton, world's top hair stylists compete in World Hairdressing Championship.
Two new schools, one at Paddington and one at Kidbrooke, are made in contemporary style.
Tornado leaves trail of destruction across London.
The new Bluebird jet speedboat is unveiled - it is designed to break world's water speed record.
Official visit by the First Sea Lord to North Shields to open a dry dock and make awards.
Various models wearing Dior's 1955 collection.
East coast sea walls are rebuilt in Aldbough and Canvey Island after storms batter them.
Various shots of Piccadilly Circus at daytime.
Medals handed to Britons for conquering Everest at the White House
Sun striking strips of silicon, ferris wheel stopping and starting.
Various shots of scientists extracting cowpox bacillus from cows, processing it in the laboratory into a smallpox vaccine, clinical and open-air innoculations being given.
A trip along the Regent's Canal from Paddington to Camden Town.
Britain suffers severe flooding following recent gales and rainstorms.