Synopsis:A programme about the coastline of Britain and a potted history of it's natural and human features. Part of the Our National Heritage Series - National Trust
Shotlist:10:00:00 GVs Dover cliff edges, Sewerage signs along beach stating 'Please do not bathe here 190 yards from Sewage outfall'. Caption 'The Vanishing Coast, A National Benzole Film in the Our Heritage series, Made with the co operation of The National Trust with help from the Royal Navy and the RAF, Made by Pilot Films Ltd, Produced and directed by John Taylor'.
10:01:17 GVs shoreline and white cliffs of Dover.
10:03:33 GVs Kittiwake, The Shag, Turns (sp?), Puffin birds. GVs underwater sea life such as Key worm follows.
10:05:41 GVs Roman site in Porchester. Dunstanbourgh Northumberland.
10:07:12 CU painting off Doctor Richard Russell.
10:10:00 GVs quintessential British seaside, Child on a Donkey, swimming, fishing, water skiing, boating, powerboats sun bathing, bucket and spades.
10:14:01 GVs busy motor way with sea side holiday makers, Bedford Duple coaches with 'Excursion' on them.
10:17:40 GVs steam train and various LSs of oil refineries around the coast of England.
10:20:50 GVs Caravan Park.
10:20:00 GVs Little Orchard Village, Cornwall.
10:22:40 Farn Islands, Northumberland.
10:25:50 GVs Blackpool beach on busy summer day.
10:26:47 End graphic 'A National Benzole Film'. Credits roll 'This film is a contribution to Enterprise Neptune, a campaign to save the sea coast. The National Trust seeks to raise Â£2,000,000 to buy the finest remaining stretches for the recreation and enjoyment of future generations.' Donation address follows.