A visit to the First Battalion Scots Guards, at Pirbright, Hampshire.
A Scots born competes against an English born in a six-a-side plate shooting competition; an N.C.O. tries to beat the clock assembling a Bren gun blindfolded; viewers are invited to try to pick out a concealed detachment ambushing the camera.
This afternoon, by arrangement with the Bristol Aeroplane Company, weather permitting, a Bristol Freighter Aircraft containing a complete transmitting and outside broadcast camera unit, will carry out tests from the air in preparation for tomorrow's large-scale air and ground television outside broadcast from the R.A.F. Station at North Weald.
Peter Dimmock and Charles Gardner accompany the BBC technicians on this test night, and expect to televise some of London and the surrounding countryside from the air.
Brian Reece hindered, assisted and accompanied by Marie Sellar, Charlie Clapham, Brenda Ralston, Len Hayes, Malcolm Mitchell Trio.
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