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from the Isle of Man
Introduced by DAVID MAHLOWE and including:
The White Stones: KATHLEEN KILLlP on good-luck signs and symbols in the Isle of Man
Music provided by the MANX FESTIVAL CHORUS conducted by JOHN BETHELL
The Flight of All Time: a fiftieth anniversary celebration of the achievement of Sir John Alcock and Sir Arthur Whitten Brown in their pioneering transatlantic flight
Among those paying tribute:
Peter Wheeler talks to Sir John's brother, CAPTAIN EDDIE ALCOCK who still holds the world record for flying hours; and MR. F. H. TEAGUE, winner of the Wireless World Prize for spotting the Vickers Vimy, remembers the unexpected excitement of the occasion


Introduced By: David Mahlowe
Unknown: Kathleen Killlp
Conducted By: John Bethell
Unknown: Sir John Alcock
Unknown: Sir Arthur Whitten
Talks: Peter Wheeler
Unknown: Captain Eddie Alcock

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