Written and produced by Robert Barr.
The first of a series of documentary programmes on the life of a great city after dark, with sequences specially filmed by the Television Film Unit in the Information and Map rooms of Scotland Yard and in London police stations.
New inventions, including solutions to problems set in January, are demonstrated by Geoffrey Boumphrey, the club's technical adviser.
Organiser: Leslie Hardern - to whom specifications of the inventions should be sent c/o [address removed]
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