This DVD contains three documentaries, two of which are really 'bonus' additions to the main feature. These are firstly, a tour of an operational base that was constructed for training purposes in the grounds of Coleshill House with a discussion on how they were built (16 mins) and secondly, a look at some of the artefacts found in the early stages of Coleshill Uncovered (6 mins). Both of these, while short, are very interesting and well put together.
The main feature (about 50 mins) is a discussion between Richard Ashley, a former REME and Police Armourer and until recently a helper at the British Resistance Museum at Parham Airfield in Suffolk, and Bob Millard, a former Auxilier who also served in the Royal Navy later in the war (in the Far East I believe). There is also a defence and military history researcher from Cranfield University present. This informative and lively discussion (Richard especially, is a joy to listen to) covers many of the weapons (firearms, knives, explosives, close combat weapons, booby traps etc.) that were 'acquired' by the Auxiliary Units (be they issued, borrowed, stolen or 'found') in preparation for their clandestine role in resisting a Nazi occupation.
It has been filmed and edited in a thoroughly professional manner and certainly enhances one's knowledge about the Auxiliary Units. Indeed one can spalsh out much greater sums on a number of similar products and find them to have far inferior production values than this DVD. A recommended purchase.