1) Barry's commentary is accompanied by shots of Soho at night and then an ITN reconstruction of a recent incident in a council flat in Kennington where a bookmaker was shot (and killed?) by two gangsters. Barry explains that the 1961 Betting Act (legalising betting shops) provides rich pickings for protection racketeers: various shots in betting shots, then shot of nightclub manager asleep in club with dog and shotgun: says he needs to protect his club. A bookmaker whose shop was set fire to when he refused protection talks about the experience. Shots of recent damage caused by bombs in Soho bookmakers are followed by shots in Scotland Yard and commentary on how police are dealing with the problem. Finally, former East End gangster, Jack Spot, gives his views on the current situation: he says the gangs have got it easy because of the new legislation permitting betting shops.