Visit North Weald Aerodrome during 'Battle of Britain Week' to see The Royal Air Force of today at work.
Air Chief Marshal Sir Guy Garrod, G.B.E., K.C.B., M.C., D.F.C., L.L.D., introduces the programme with a brief account of some of the vital changes that took place in the Royal Air Force between the two wars. The programme ends with a flying display including:
Wynford Vaughan Thomas receiving elementary flying instruction
Low-level attack by jet aircraft
Richard Dimbleby acts as guide
Presented for television by:
This time we touch down in Rio de Janeiro, the Brazilian capital, for a little sightseeing, and pay a visit to the Casino Cabana, on the famous Copacabana Beach, where the cabaret includes Dario Moreno, Don Julian and Marjorie, 'Johnson', Trio Raisner, Trio Anna del Rio.
Devised and produced by:
Don Julian and
Trio Anna del
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