'Vitamins as Necessities for Life' by Sir F. G. HOPKINS , D.Sc., LL.D., President of the Royal Society, and the Sir William Dunn Professor of Biochemistry in the University of Cambridge
(Daventry National Programme)
A Musical Voyage of Exploration into the lesser-known parts of this Rhythmic World
Planned by MARY DIANA MORGAN and Piloted, arranged for broadcasting, and produced by CYRIL WOOD
Among the Passengers will be :
Mr. Alladin Mr. S. Claus
Mr. J. Frost Mr. A. Baba
Mr. K. Crusoe
Miss R. R. Hood
Mr. R. Whittington and Notable Personages to be visited will include :
Mr. Hommo Friday Mr. D. King
Mr. Wolf Dame - and others too numerous to mention
Music by STANLEY C. MILLS and his ORCHESTRA
Miss R. R.
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