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Devised by Peter CresweII , and presented by him to, for, about (and largely by the personnel of), the Royal Navy. Produced by Peter Creswell and Peter Watts Items include :
' We Joined the Navy', by Sub-
Lieutenant Gerald Pawle , R.N.V.R. Part 3—' Jacks and Jills '
' What's the buzz ? ' Questions of Naval interest answered by the Briny Trust, organised by Cadet-Rating J. B. G. Thomas and (misre-) presented by his shipmates
' The ship's conceit a survey of talent on board H.M.S. ' Incredible '
' Ordinary Seaman " Tug " Wilson
Writes Home', by Lieutenant Eric D. Todd , R.N.V.R.
Sports summary; The ' Squeegee ' Band; Singing Wrens ; The
. Line-Shooter, etc. Original numbers by Ordinary Signalman Geoffrey Wright. Other contributors : Leading Writer Roland Blackburn , Leading Writer Nelson Linklater , Assistant Instructor W. G. Hutchison , Ordinary Seaman A. F. Dakin. Writer Russell Marsh


Unknown: Peter Cresweii
Produced By: Peter Creswell
Produced By: Peter Watts
Unknown: Lieutenant Gerald Pawle
Unknown: J. B. G. Thomas
Unknown: Lieutenant Eric D. Todd
Unknown: Signalman Geoffrey
Unknown: Roland Blackburn
Unknown: Nelson Linklater
Unknown: W. G. Hutchison
Unknown: A. F. Dakin.
Unknown: Russell Marsh

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