The Vulcan delta-winged nuclear bomber entered service in 1956, and served with distinction with the Royal Air Force for over 25 years. A huge triumph for British aviation, the Vulcan fascinated the public and was celebrated in cinema newsreels and new reports. "In The News: Vulcan" gathers together - for the very first time - these precious newsreels and TV reports on one video. Many have remained unseen for decades. Together they cover over 50 years of aviation history, from film of the first Vulcans in service with 83 Squadron at Waddington in 1956 to the first flight of the 'Vulcan To The Sky Trust's' restored XH558 in 2007. Highlights include coverage of the Vulcan crash at Heathrow Airport, the record-breaking flight to Australia in 1961, a Vulcan flying with Avro 707 escorts, a four-ship scramble at Scampton and a truly wonderful colour film from the RAF's Astra Gazette of RAF Waddington receiving the freedom of the city of Lincoln. There's a look at the Blue Steel/Skybolt controversy as reported at the time, Vulcans in service at Tengah in Singapore, coverage of the Falklands Black Buck missions (including Black Buck 6, seen impounded in Rio), XM603's return to Woodford, XJ823 being delivered to the Solway Aviation Society, XH558 with the Red Arrows at Cranfield...and much more.