Including a report from Hungary filmed in October, narrated by Hungarian writer George Mikes. The film shows a population joyful of a seemingly successful revolution, unaware that by the time of the film's transmission, Soviet tanks were to move into Hungary.
The programme, in its coverage of the escalating Suez crisis, takes the novel approach of cutting to a news bullitin during the transmission of this edition to give the added impression of urgency. This was done at the behest of Cecil McGivern, then Deputy Director of Television Broadcasting.
Aired: 5 Nov 1956