from Plymouth Sound.
This film, introduced by Charles E. Stidwill, follows one traveller through a part of the West of England now served by the BBC's new television transmitter on North Hessary Tor on Dartmoor.
A film made with the co-operation of the Commander-in-Chief, Plymouth, Admiral Sir Alexander Madden K.C.B., C.B.E.
A series of true stories from a surgeon's casebook by George Sava.
"There is one case that above all claims a right to inclusion here, not merely for the tangled web of prejudice it revealed but also because that prejudice forced me to take risks....."
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