A film in the series produced by the National Broadcasting Company of America and the U.S. Navy, with the Assistance of the Admiralty, and using film from both allied and enemy sources.
The story of the American submarines in the Pacific and their decisive successes against the Japanese merchant navy.
Film introduced by Michael Lewis, Professor of History at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich.
by Godfrey Harrison.
[Starring] Desmond Walter-Ellis
See 'Television Diary' page 15
Friend in restaurant:
Other parts played by:
Other parts played by:
A series of three programmes telefilmed in Baltimore, U.S.A., at the invitation of Johns Hopkins Science Review, in which Andrew Miller Jones reports on some aspects of scientific research in America.
The latest developments in radiology and the treatment of pneumonia in children will be illustrated by Dr. Russell H. Morgan of Johns Hopkins Hospital, who will shortly be coming to work in Guy's Hospital, London.
See 'Television Diary', page 15
Dr. Russell H.
Miss Miss Pat Hornsby-Smith M.P.
Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Health on behalf of the Conservative Party
Speaker (Party Political Broadcast):
Miss Pat Hornsby-Smith
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