In the chase towards equality, women are still bent on keeping their looks - claims film. Glamorous & cool!!!
Series for schools about war - this episode covers protests against nuclear warfare and Vietnam war.
Girls from Reading University protest at comments from male students about their glamour.
Anti-Vietnam protests: peaceful demo by mothers and CND demo in Trafalgar Square.
Students lampoon current events in Basle Carnival plus fabulous 60s face painting..
Post Office workers strike over loss in overtime pay with protest rally in Hyde Park.
New cable car railway & women petition the Queen to keep Gibraltar British.
Material related to newsreel story "People in the News - Women's Meat Demonstration in Hyde Park" - 51/18.
Irish Civil Servants march through Dublin for better pay.
Members of the Campaign For Nuclear Disarmament taking direct action against nuclear base.
Group of mothers take petition asking for better state nurseries to House of Lords.
An item about a young woman who teaches rugby to boys.
Various people give their opinions on equal pay for women.
Mrs Roosevelt reads women's resolution at UN Conference, London.
A short trailer film encouraging women to join the workforce to help the economy.
Pathe pays tribute to housewives for their war efforts.
Pathe's John Parsons talks Professor Joad and Ann Loughlin about equal pay for women.
Nancy Astor speaks at rally demanding equal compensation for war injured of both sexes.
Stepney and St. Pancras tenants protest against rent increases.
Great footage of one-man exhibition by artist Gerald Scarfe, with the man himself present.
Playboy Bunnies help Salvation Army raise money for deprived children.
Shots of club / public house with lots of seated young people / teenagers singing and drinking.
A luxury liner is the first to employ women into work in the ship's dining salons.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for story featured in CP 716.
Florence Nagle wins the right as a woman to hold a licence to be a race horse trainer.