This film tells the story of Ita Ekpenyon, a Nigerian air-raid warden in the Marylebone area of London during World War II. The script is taken from his booklet 'Some Experiences of an African Air-Raid Warden'.
The film comprises archive footage (c1940-41 courtesy of the Family Keen, as seen on various UK national news programmes on 6th September 2010, filmed by A.E. Reneson Coucher OBE. He was the local mayor and the area’s chief air warden. The film lay forgotten in an attic for years before being found, by his Great Grand-Daughter Carolyn Keen, and digitally enhanced), stills (courtesy of Winifred Ekpenyon and Westminster Archives) and animation designed and animated by children and their parents working with Westminster Archives and animator Tom Hillenbrand.